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By Laura J. Moriarty

Legal Justice know-how within the twenty first Century describes the ways in which know-how is impacting legal justice. it's the first educational quantity of its type, and due to that, it serves as an important primer within the literature. The publication represents the worries of legal justice lecturers, practitioners, and scholars, and it truly is offered in 4 elements: felony justice schooling and know-how, legislations enforcement expertise, corrections expertise, and criminal activity and expertise. scholars, educators, and practitioners will locate this version necessary because it presents useful wisdom approximately diversified expertise that's important on many degrees. the second one version includes 9 new chapters. a number of chapters discover the extent to which college are utilizing desktops of their educating. different chapters enlighten the reader at the ways in which felony justice businesses are utilizing the area broad net and automation to notify and engage with the general public, rent and teach employees, acquire and deal with information greater, proportion information 'seamlessly,' clear up box difficulties, and classify and song offenders. Chapters additionally speak about how the electronic age is generating new techno-crimes whose results are past comprehension. This ebook is inspiring studying for everybody in legal justice. no matter if one's niche or paintings is police, courts, or corrections, the essence of every bankruptcy may be thought of and mentioned as a topic being confronted somewhere else within the felony justice procedure.

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Although technology can make our lives more efficient, people may distrust new technologies and often lack the confidence to learn how to use those technologies. In 1997, the co-authors of this chapter conducted a study of criminal justice and criminology professors to determine their likelihood to use new technologies to teach their students (Myers & Myers, 1998). The intent of the study 36 Criminal Justice Technology in the 21st Century was to determine the degree of computer literacy among criminal justice and criminology professors as they prepared future practitioners and scholars for the field.

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Students who are located too far from universities and colleges to obtain an education can now attend school via distance education. The software tools of Blackboard™ and WebCT™ permit professors to teach students all over the world using chat rooms and discussion boards (Myers, 2003). The technology age has created a great potential for the advancement of the field of criminology and criminal justice, for both practitioners and educators. Although technology can make our lives more efficient, people may distrust new technologies and often lack the confidence to learn how to use those technologies.

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