Private Security and the Investigative ProcessBy
- Charles Nemeth
Undergraduate criminal justice and security students and private investigation professionals.
Paperback, 376 Pages
Published: August 1999
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
Security professionals in the field of investigative services need to wear many hats to be successful. This book is a fine start toward that end, as author Charles P. Nemeth presents a general picture of what a private investigator should learn, from personal abilities to office management. Especially worthwhile is the chapter on information collection, which would interest the novice and veteran investigator alike. As a primer for initiates into the world of investigation, the book is a success: it is clearly written, easily understood, and complete. - Security Management, July 2000