UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATIONS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
UNDERCOVER OPERATIONS
A Manual For The Private Investigator
By Kingdon Peter Anderson
 
Each year employee theft and narcotics abuse cost companies billions of dollars in losses. Covert operations can address these problems without attracting unwanted attention. Learn all about an intriguing, lucrative line of work in this unique guide to the corporate undercover world. Covers infiltrating the workplace, establishing a cover identity and maintaining personal safety. Find out how to negotiate fees with clients, prepare written reports, preserve the confidentiality of the investigation and avoid pitfalls such as entrapment and inadmissable evidence. 6 1/2 X 8 1/2, 88 pages. $10.00


 
GOING UNDERCOVER
Secrets And Sound Advice For The Undercover Officer
By Jerry VanCook
 
Weather you are an experienced undercover officer or just starting out, Jerry VanCook's 14 years of undercover police work in narcotics, stolen property, murder conspiracy and other crimes can help you fine-tune your skills so you can merge with murders, drug dealers and other cutthroats on their turf in order to gain their trust and make the bust.
 
Going Undercover provides clear instructions for developing an alternative identity with personality flexible enough to work from the barroom to the boardroom. You'll learn how to deal with such vital aspects of undercover ops as handling wary, greedy or double-crossing informants, covering the inevitable mistakes you'll make while undercover, choosing the appropriate weapons to carry in case things go wrong; and much more. Called "a bible for police survival" by Jim Cirillo of NYDP's Stakeout Unit (Ret.). 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, softcover, photos, 304 pages. $25.00


DEEP COVER
Police Intelligence Operations
by Burt Rapp

The Police undercover officer moves in a shadowy world of informers, drug traffickers, corrupt officials and petty hoodlums. By gathering and recording seemingly trivial and unrelated pieces of information, he patches together a network of sources and compiles a data base that can assist officers throughout the force. This guide covers setting up, staffing and securing an intelligence unit; building trust and interagency cooperation; informants, informers and other sources; civil rights issues; and much more. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, softcover, 136pp. $14.00


DECOY OPS
Fighting Street Crime Undercover
by Capt. Charles Beene, Ret.

With street crime running rampant, courts and prisons overflowing and convicted criminals being put back on the streets in ever greater numbers, the safety of citizens is seriously threatened. Innovative police departments are facing the problem with units that go undercover in decoy roles, blend with units that go undercover in decoy roles. blend in with the street population and beat the bad guys at their own game.

This book, written by the man who led the Street Crime Unit decoy program in San Francisco, describes how such units are organized, staffed and supervised and reveals the unconventional tactics used to catch street criminals who are not susceptible to traditional uniformed patrol methods. This book is an ye-opening account of how and why decoy units work, complete with photos of decoy ops in progress. It's also a valuable lesson in how the criminal mid works and what the average citizen can do to avoid becoming a victim. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, softcover, photos, 120pp. $15.95


 

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