This is the latest edition of Michael Smith's original ACE best-seller, Coping with Crime on Campus. In addition to explaining complicated legal issues so that academic and security administrators call better deal with escalating crime, new chapters specifically cover college liability issues, response to crimes, buildings and crime, and ...
This is the latest edition of Michael Smith's original ACE best-seller, Coping with Crime on Campus. In addition to explaining complicated legal issues so that academic and security administrators call better deal with escalating crime, new chapters specifically cover college liability issues, response to crimes, buildings and crime, and strategies for coping with campus alcohol abuse. Special coverage now includes sex crime and how campuses are affected by it, as well as the latest court rulings and legislation that directly relate to how administrators deal with crime on campus, especially the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act. The authors discuss legal precedents drawn from actual court cases, strategies for reducing or preventing crimes, and guidelines and policies regarding search and seizure, theft, vandalism, human sexuality and crime, fraud, and more.
Very Good. No Jacket. 0029294401 Unstated First Edition, Stated 1st Printing, 1988. American Council on Education, New York. Printed in USA. No marks from past owners, not a former library book, not a remainder or book club, not clipped, Hardcover. Black cover with gilded titles on spine shows minimal wear. Clean inside pages and minimally soiled page edges (especially bottom edge near spine). Dust jacket shows mild wear, rubbing. Overall Very Good Condition. All books shipped within 24 hours with U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, each order is packaged in a new box with bubble wrap, and always your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Good in Very Good jacket. Used 246 pages, index. Book is clean inside & out, first page has tiny tear on side edge. Dustjacket is bright & clean, light scuff, old price sticker on front cover. Author surveys virtually all aspects of crime in the nation's colleges and universities, examining several hundred court cases, many of which have set legal precedents. These are analyzed, categorized, and interpreted for the non-lawyer, and represent such issues as: Human sexuality and crime; Search and seizure; Confessions, Fraud; Theft; Vandalism; Alcohol; Drugs; Avoiding civil liability; Help for crime victims.
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