LawTech Report Writing For Law Enforcement

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    This text is designed to provide college students, entry-level peace officers and criminal justice professionals, experienced peace officers and criminal justice professionals, and those aspiring to become criminal justice professionals with appropriate English language information and report writing techniques in a format that can be used on a daily basis. Interview & Interrogation with Eyewitness Testimony is an appropriate supplemental text for use in an extended class format.


    • Chapter 1 Introduction to Report Writing
    • Chapter 2 Characteristics of a Good Report
    • Chapter 3 Building Blocks in the Report Writing Process
    • Chapter 4 Chronological Order
    • Chapter 5 First vs. Third Person Style
    • Chapter 6 Clear and Concise Writing Style
    • Chapter 7 Rules of Grammar, Punctuation, and Mechanics
    • Chapter 8 Paragraphing
    • Chapter 9 Report Editing
    • Chapter 10 Report Formats & Style
    • Chapter 11 Checklist for Crime Report Narratives
    • Chapter 12 Correction Report Writing
    • Chapter 13 Suspect Descriptions
    • Chapter 14 Spelling
    • Chapter 15 Penmanship
    • Chapter 16 Glossary of Terms
    • Appendix Chapter Review Questions and Practical Exercises, Sample Police Reports, Sample Notes


    Joseph N. Davis, MPA: Joe retired as a Captain from the Orange County Sheriff's Department (CA) after nearly thirty years of service. His commands included the Airport Operations Division (John Wayne Airport Police Services & Air Support Bureau), Operation Support Division (Emergency Management, County Communications Center, & Sheriff's Communications Center), and the Central Jail Complex (Intake Release Center, Central Men's Jail and Central Women's Jails). He also served as the Chief of Police Services for the City of Laguna Niguel. He has a Masters Degree in Public Administration, is a graduate of the California Command College and FBI Incident Command School, has authored or co-authored ten college textbooks and police training books, has had articles published in both professional and general publications, spoken at national conferences, and been interviewed on national radio and television. Joe co-hosted and co-produced "Crime Time", the Sheriff's Department's public information television program which received a Los Angeles Area Emmy nomination, the PASS Award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, and the Communicator Crystal Award.
    LawTech Report Writing For Law Enforcement
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