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Forensic Epidemiology: Integrating Public Health And Law Enforcement
by Sana Loue
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763738492, Hardcover)Events on local, national, and international levels have highlighted the need for joint investigation and collaboration between public health and law enforcement. Domestic violence and partner homicide, intentional infection of individuals with HIV, and the anthrax attacks of 2001 are examples that underscore the need for forensic epidemiology in the investigation of criminal acts. Forensic Epidemiology focuses specifically on the integration of the principles and methods of epidemiology with law enforcement functions in the administrative and criminal contexts. Ideal for students and professionals in public health, criminology, and law, this book challenges the reader to examine various policy questions and to contemplate their own values as scientists, legislators, policymakers, and individuals.
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