For introductory statistics courses taken by criminal justice majors at the undergraduate level.
Criminal justice as a major academic discipline has seen expansive growth over the past decade, and a strong undergraduate statistics book is essential for adherence to recent standards set by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Unlike other statistics books—which are often too complex and lengthy for undergraduates—this text makes statistical concepts digestible for criminal justice students, and covers the basics of criminal justice statistics in a typical 10-15 week course. The authors introduce criminal justice statistics by focusing on basic techniques, computations, and practical applications rather than on technical explanations and overly advanced techniques. It is also an accessible reference for criminal justice practitioners.
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