"Fundamentals of Forensic Practice: Mental Health and Criminal Law" by Richard Rogers

Forensic psychologists and psychiatrists are increasingly asked to provide expertise to courts and attorneys in the criminal justice system. To do so effectively, they must stay abreast of important advances in the understanding of legal standards as well as new developments in sophisticated measures and the methods for their assessment. Fundamentals of Forensic Practice is designed to address the critical issues that are faced by mental health experts in their role of conducting assessments, presenting findings, and preparing for challenges to admissibility and credibility.

Uniquely practical and comprehensive, this volume operationalizes legal standards and describes empirically validated methods for their evaluation. Not only is this essential for mental health professionals, but it is equally valuable to criminal attorneys. Lawyers require both clinical knowledge and understanding of legal standards in order to prepare their own experts and to challenge those on the opposing side.

For both clinical and legal experts Fundamentals of Forensic Practice offers a full view of all phases of criminal proceedings:

- Pretrialdiversion, determinations of bail, waivers of Miranda rights, and the capacity to consent to searches.

- Trialcompetency to stand rial and criminal responsibility. Beyond insanity, the latter addresses mens rea, automatism, and psychological context evidence, such as battered-woman syndrome.

- Post-trialsentencing, capital sentencing, competency to be executed, and other post-conviction issues.

Other key features include:

- Chapters on specific criminal issues in a consistent format, with comprehensive coverage of legal standards and relevant clinical methods

- Guidelines for conducting more effective forensic evaluations

- In-depth coverage of specialized assessments, eg. malingering, sexual predator cases, and the insanity defense.

- A detailed overview of direct and cross-examination strategies

This book is the second collaboration between Rogers and Shuman. As individual authors, each received the American Psychiatric Associations prestigious Guttmacher Award for their outstanding contributions to forensic psychiatry.

"Wireless Crime and Forensic Investigation" by Gregory Kipper

Security is always a concern with any new technology. When we think security we typically think of stopping an attacker from breaking in or gaining access. However, based on the broad reach of wireless, stopping someone from passively listening is just as critical. Intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and forensics are just a few of the key areas that must be understood and applied to proactively solve the wireless problem. From short text messaging to war driving, Wireless Crime and Forensic Investigation explores all aspects of wireless technology, how it is used in daily life, and how it will be used in the future. The book provides a one-stop resource on the types of wireless crimes that are being committed and forensic investigation techniques for wireless devices and wireless networks. The author's straightforward and easy to read style seamlessly integrates the topics of wireless security and computer forensics.

He provides a solid understanding of modern wireless technologies, wireless security techniques and wireless crime techniques, as well as conducting forensic analysis on wireless devices and networks. Each chapter, while part of a greater whole, can stand on its own, making researching wireless technologies, security, crime, or forensics easy. With a problem space as big and complex as wireless, proactive measures must be put in place, and put in place immediately. To protect your organization, you need to be well versed in the new technology sooner rather than later. You can pay now or you can pay later. Later always costs more. This book not only has all the information required to become proficient in wireless technology, but also provides the information required for conducting a forensic analysis in a wireless environment.

"Computer and Intrusion Forensics" by Rod McKemmish, Byron Collie, Olivier Vel, de, Alison Anderson

A comprehensive and broad introduction to computer and intrusion forensics, this practical book helps you master the tools, techniques and underlying concepts you need to know, covering the areas of law enforcement, national security and corporate fraud. The book presents case studies from around the world, and treats key emerging areas such as stego-forensics, image identification, authorship categorization, link discovery and data mining. You also learn the principles and processes for effectively handling evidence from digital sources and law enforcement considerations in dealing with computer-related crimes, as well as how the effectiveness of computer forensics procedures may be influenced by organizational security policy.

The book opens with a comprehensive introduction to computer and intrusion forensics and relates them to computer security in general and computer network security. It details the current practice of computer forensics and its role in combating computer crime, and examines the relationship between intrusion detection and intrusion forensics. What's more, the book explores the most important new areas for future research in computer forensics. This leading-edge resource is an indispensable reference for working professionals and post-graduate students alike.

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