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                                           LAW AND CRIME




                  FORTHCOMING                     Power and Restraint               Ghost Guns
                Copycat Crime                   The Moral Dimensions              Hobbyists, Hackers,
                                                of Police Work                    and the Homemade
              How Media, Technology,                                              Weapons Revolution
              and Digital Culture Inspire         2ND EDITION |     HOWARD COHEN,
                                                MICHAEL FELDBERG, AND
              Criminal Behavior                 MONICA M. MOLL                              MARK A. TALLMAN
              and Violence
                        JACQUELINE B. HELFGOTT














                                                                                   August 2020 ,  232pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                 April 2021 ,  140pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7737-7      Hardcover: 978-1-4408-6564-0
                                                                                   $39.00 ,  £29.00 ,  €33,00
                                                 $49.00 ,  £37.00 ,  €41,00       eBook: 978-1-4408-6565-7
               July 2022 ,  250pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   eBook: 978-1-4408-7738-4
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-6420-9
               $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €42,00         Thoroughly revised and updated, this   “ Tallman’s point is clear: The
              eBook: 978-1-4408-6421-6                                              trend to create guns that state
                                                edition of the classic casebook on police
                                                ethics explores the moral complexities   and federal governments
                Details the new phenomena of copycat   of situations faced by law enforcement   cannot trace is growing.
                                                                                                        ”
              crime inspired by technology and the   officers every day across the  —The New York Times, October 9, 2020
              hyperreality fueled in some people by   United States.
              digital culture and video games.                                      With thorough analysis and balanced
                                                  FEATURES                        reporting, Ghost Guns: Hobbyists,
                FEATURES                        •  Clarifies the basis for judgments of   Hackers, and the Homemade Weapons
              •  Includes detailed information from   police behavior             Revolution is an essential resource
                research and police reports showing                               for readers seeking to understand the
                how media and technology influence   •  Features case studies of actual law   rise of homemade firearms and future
                copycat criminals                 enforcement situations with complex   options for managing them.
              •  Examines the ways social media is   ethical considerations
                used as a vehicle for "performance                                  FEATURES
                crimes" by perpetrators           HOWARD COHEN,  PhD, is senior   •  Provides readers with informative
              •  Explains the effects of instant media   associate of AASCU Consulting   background on DIY gun laws and
                                                and chancellor emeritus of Purdue
                coverage that goes global on    University Northwest.               legislative trends and fascinating
                the Internet                                                        descriptions of legal and illegal
                                                MICHAEL FELDBERG,  PhD, is          practices with homemade weapons
              •  Includes a detailed appendix of U.S.   executive director of the George
                copycat and media-inspired crimes   Washington Institute for Religious   around the world
                                                Freedom and founder of the        •  Presents in-depth explanations of
                                                Institute for the Humanities and    the consumer appeal, technology,
                JACQUELINE B. HELFGOTT , PhD                                        economics, politics, and enforcement
              MA, is professor and director of   Law Enforcement Training.
              the Department of Criminal Justice,   MONICA M. MOLL,  PhD, is director  challenges behind America's
              Criminology and Foresics's Crime  of public safety at The Ohio        quickly growing DIY gun-making
              and Justice Research Center,      State University.                   phenomenon
              Seattle University.
                                                                                    MARK A. TALLMAN , PhD, ABCP, CIPS,
                                                                                  RSO, WFR, is a security educator,
                                                                                  researcher, and consultant.
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