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Experiencing Corrections by Lee Michael Johnson (Editor)Experiencing Corrections: Lessons from the Field is a collection of essays written by scholars in the academic community with practical experience in corrections. Each essay contains the author's valuable and insightful reflections on their efforts to achieve important objectives while they were employed in the field. They review the types of knowledge (both academic and expert) that have been garnered by those who have been correctional practitioners and are now academic scholars. In retrospectively applying their theories and perspectives to corrections, it is hoped that a marriage between academics and practice can be developed.
Publication Date: 2011-01-01
Real-Resumes for Police, Law Enforcement, and Security Jobs by Anne McKinneyTitle shows resumes and cover letters of people who wish to enter the police, law enforcement, and security fields. The most effective job hunting strategies are revealed, and there is also a section which discusses how to transfer police, law enforcement, and security skills into other industries. There are more than 100 real resumes and cover letters shown as examples, and the purpose of the book is to give models or examples for people to use in creating their own resumes and cover letters designed to obtain employment in security, police, or law enforcement. Resumes shown include those of fireman, policemen, police chief, corrections officer, detective, deputy sheriff, police captain, security guard, personal protection specialist, and many others.