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Author Turvey, Brent E.
Title Forensic fraud [electronic resource] : evaluating law enforcement and forensic science cultures in the context of examiner misconduct / Brent E. Turvey.
Publication Info. Oxford, GB ; Waltham, MA : Academic Press, 2013.
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Contents Front Cover; Forensic Fraud: Evaluating Law Enforcementand ForensicScience Cultures inthe Contextof Examiner Misconduct; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 -- Introduction; BACKGROUND; DEFINITIONS OF KEY TERMS; RATIONALE; SCOPE AND ORIGINALITY; THESIS STATEMENTS AND THE PREVAILING WISDOM; APPROACH OVERVIEW; Chapter 2 -- Occupational Fraud; FRAUD AS A STATUTORY VIOLATION; DIFFERENTIATING FRAUD AND NEGLIGENCE; OCCUPATIONAL FRAUD; THE FRAUD TRIANGLE; TRAITS OF OCCUPATIONAL FRAUD PERPETRATORS; SUMMARY; Chapter 3 -- Forensic Science: A Primer; FORENSIC SCIENCE-DEFINED
CRIMINALISTICS: SOME RELEVANT BACKGROUND"REAL" FORENSIC SCIENTISTS; THE ROLE OF FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS; CARDINAL TRAITS OF THE FORENSIC EXAMINER; A TALE OF TWO CULTURES; SUMMARY; Chapter 4 -- Fraud in Law Enforcement Culture; LAW ENFORCEMENT DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS; LAW ENFORCEMENT DISCRETION AND INTEGRITY; CARDINAL TRAITS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT CULTURE; NOBLE CAUSE AND CORRUPTION; THE BLUE WALL OF SILENCE; THE USE OF DECEPTION; INTERNAL TOLERANCE FOR CRIMINALITY; FRAUD DIAMOND THEORY: ASSESSING COMMON FORMS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT FRAUD; SUMMARY; Chapter 5 -- Fraud and Scientific Culture
SCIENCE, SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE, AND THE SCIENTIFIC METHODSCIENCE AS FALSIFICATION; THE CARDINAL TRAITS OF SCIENTIFIC CULTURE; SCIENTIFIC FRAUD: TERMS AND DEFINITIONS; THE BABBAGE TYPOLOGY; SCIENTIFIC FRAUD: FROM HIGH PROFILE TO MUNDANE; THE FREQUENCY OF SCIENTIFIC FRAUD; FRAUD DIAMOND THEORY AND SCIENTIFIC MISCONDUCT; SUMMARY; Chapter 6 -- Contrasting Scientific Integrity with Law Enforcement Culture; DISPENSING WITH "BAD APPLE" THEORY; RELEVANT CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY: ROUTINE ACTIVITIES THEORY, DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION THEORY, AND ROLE STRAIN; OVERT PRESSURE TO CONFORM
CONTRASTING SCIENTIFIC VALUES AND LAW ENFORCEMENT CULTURESUMMARY; Chapter 7 -- Forensic Fraud: Prior Research; BACKGROUND: PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RESTRICTIONS AND FEAR OF RETALIATION; IDEOGRAPHIC RESEARCH: LOOSELY REFERENCED CASE STUDIES; MONOGRAPHS: CASE STUDIES WITH A THEME; NOMOTHETIC RESEARCH: GROUP STUDIES; SUMMARY; Chapter 8 -- Forensic Fraud, 2000-2010: Data and Frequency; SOURCES OF DATA; PARAMETERS FOR THE CURRENT DATA SET; EXCLUDED CASES; VARIABLES AND FREQUENCY RESULTS; SUMMARY; Chapter 9 -- Multivariate Analysis of Forensic Fraud, 2000-2010; STATISTICAL METHODS; CORRELATION MATRICES
HIERARCHICAL MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSIONIMMEDIATE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RELATED RESEARCH; LIMITATIONS; Chapter 10 -- Conclusions and Recommendations; SIGNIFICANT AND RELEVANT FINDINGS: A SUMMARY; PRE-NAS REPORT REFORM IN THE LITERATURE; THE NAS REPORT: LACK OF SCIENCE AND ERROR OVER FRAUD; FORENSIC REFORM SUGGESTED BY THE CURRENT RESEARCH; FUTURE RESEARCH; SUMMARY; Chapter 11 -- Crime Labs in Crisis, 2011-2012: Update and Discussion; LAB CRISIS #1: AUSTIN POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME LABORATORY (APDCL), TEXAS
Note Lab crisis #2: connecticut department of emergency services & public protection (despp), division of scientific services laborat...
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 07, 2013).
Subject Fraud investigation -- United States.
Criminal investigation.
Added Author Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: Turvey, Brent E. Forensic Fraud : Evaluating Law Enforcement and Forensic Science Cultures in the Context of Examiner Misconduct Burlington : Elsevier Science,c2013 9780124080737
ISBN 9780124080584 (electronic bk.)
0124080588 (electronic bk.)
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