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Innovation Exchange

NCJ Number
166168
Journal
Innovation Exchange Issue: 5 Dated: (Summer 1995) Pages: complete issue
Editor(s)
R Geva, N Shapira
Date Published
1995
Length
62 pages
Annotation
This publication describes innovations in Israeli law enforcement, crime prevention, incarceration, and legislation.
Abstract
The innovations are categorized according to technology, management, crime prevention, identification and investigation, international cooperation, corrections, and research. Specific attention is paid to bomb disposal, new technology and equipment, communication improvements, satellite signals, rifle testing, the impact of the Middle East process on the Israel National Police, total quality management in the police organization, and police violence. Crime prevention initiatives are also examined, as well as the training of police arson investigators, the use of dogs in arson investigations, automatic fingerprint identification, rescue by mass spectrometry, parent education in prisons, prisoner rights, aggression, the employment of released inmates, crime prevention and rehabilitation through religion, and the criminal justice system in the 21st century. Photographs