AN EMINENTLY READABLE BOOK
The book places emphasis on the law enforcement agent, but does not overlook the private investigator who may be assigned to work in an undercover role in business or industry. The book has a good glossary section at the end, and two useful appendices...All in all, an eminently readable book. Heartily recommended to all engaged in law enforcement...
Undercover, Second Edition, 2000 by Carmine J. Motto and Dale L. June
CRC Press LLC, 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Raton, Florida 33431; ISBN 0-8493-1365-1; Pages 191; Hardcover, Price $49.95
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This is an instructive and entertaining book for those public and private investigators who are potential undercover agents. This is the much improved second edition, and approaches the topic from three angles: how to handle informants, how to investigate suspects, and the role of an undercover agent. Mr. Motto, the first author of the book was the recognized expert in undercover operations for the Secret Service. Dale L. June, the second author split his Secret Service career between protective assignments with the President and other high-ranking officials and dignitaries.
|...an eminently readable book. Heartily recommended to all engaged in law enforcement...|
The book places emphasis on the law enforcement agent, but does not overlook the private investigator who may be assigned to work in an undercover role in business or industry. The book has a good glossary section at the end, and two useful appendices. A chapter on Questions and Answers enlivens the book. Some examples:
And so on!
The answers provided are lucid and explanatory. All in all, an eminently readable book. Heartily recommended to all engaged in law enforcement.
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