books about: surveillance
Entirely accurate and authentic
Having been a firefighter in the next town over, and occasionally responding to Providence, I can tell you this book is the real deal. Providence is a city in crisis, barely held together by its public safety teams. A must-read to understand urban fire and rescue today.
Ponder House Press
A Very Suprising Ending!
Fresh Frozen was a very interesting book. Not only did it go into the field of medical technology, but it also included a spy and a murder. In Fresh Frozen, Dr. Van Deman owns an Infertility Center in Mississippi. Tinker Murtagh is the spy I mentioned, but who would need to spy on an Infertility Center and who hired him? Police Officer Sarbeck and his wife are desperate to have a family; ...
Secrets of Computer Espionage: Tactics and Countermeasures
You and your computer face a dizzying array of security threats, writes tech consultant Joel McNamara. Competitors, cops, crooks and even disgruntled kin would love a peek at your hard drive. But don't hyperventilate just yet. If you calmly analyze the desirability and vulnerability of your secrets, you can figure out how to protect yourself. McNamara's prose is surprisingly clear given the ...
Secrets of a Back Alley ID Man: Fake ID Construction Techniques of the Underground
It's about time
Finally. A novelty ID construction book that deals with the meat of ID construction. Refreshingly, two chapters WERE NOT dedicated to lamination. I think we all know how to laminate. MUCH ATTENTION was paid to creating holograms (something we actually need to learn). The research was obvoiusly thorough and comprehensive. The author does not take credit for ideas that aren't his. All his sources ...
A Matter of Accountability: The True Story of the Pueblo Affair
The Lyons Press
An incident that echoes in current events
This book provides excellent coverage of the Pueblo incident from a number of viewpoints, including a number of the captured men as well as those involved in the crisis response and negotiations. I found this book provides compelling testimony in the debate over "questionable methods" in the current conflict. The brutal torture that the men of the Pueblo endured only managed to extract ...
I Am Not A Number!: Freeing America From the ID State
Claire Wolfe: Culture Hero
Claire Wolfe, Culture Hero The revised and expanded second addition of her recognized libertarian classic, I Am Not a Number! Freeing America from the ID State, is out now and even better than the first. She's written a bunch of other books, too. In fact that's the first question a person asks after reading one of them: "Is there more?" You find yourself wanting to take a couple of weeks off ...
How To Get Anything On Anybody
Publisher, Monitoring Times
"This giant, 600 page compendium contains more information than has ever been available to the public before, letting you know just how agencies can place your computer under surveillance, tracking your every keystroke; find you no matter what, including your assets, phone calls, court records, associates and marriages, driving license and records, and more. Learn how anyone can access your ...
The Surveillance (Intervention, Book 1)
A good read-- prequel to the Pliocene Exile Series
I found it interesting that Julian May viewed her Galactic Milieu Trilogy as her tour de force. She thought about it for years according to her interviews. She wrote the Pliocene Series as a means of introducing the reader to many of the concepts she thought might be difficult to digest without it. According to her, she wrote the first two books of the Pliocene Saga in like two months! ...
Computer Privacy Annoyances
Required reading for today's computerized society...
Privacy? Good luck! Even the slightest misstep on line (or anywhere else, for that matter) can open you up to privacy intrusions that you may not know about. Dan Tynan does a really good job in outlining these areas in Computer Privacy Annoyances. This is pretty much required reading for living in our heavily computerized society. Contents: Privacy At Risk; Privacy At Home; Privacy On The ...
Deadly Force Encounters: What Cops Need To Know To Mentally And Physically Prepare For And Survive A Gunfight
Loren W. Christensen
Stay safe - get this book!
Deadly Force Encounters by Dr. Artwohl and Loren Christensen is an excellent book detailing what law enforcement officers need to know in order to mentally and physically survive a lethal force encounter. Dr. Artwohl is a clinical psychologist and Mr. Christensen is a retired police officer with years of experience. The book begins with The Survival Triangle which breaks down to the physical, ...
Navigating The Legal Minefield of Private Investigations
Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc
This reference for private detectives and security personnel is also a great guide for lawyers who might be called upon to advise on the legal pitfalls of the investigative field. A myriad of subjects are covered, including search and seizure, legal use of trackers, surveillance issues, stalking, trespassing, eavesdropping and a host of other subjects. I recommend the book to anyone who has an ...
Pharmacoepidemiology: An Introduction
Harvey Whitney Books Company
An excellent full-spectrum labor quote reference.
This is a labor quotation sourcebook and provides an intriguing survey of issues of work and labor drawn from the experiences of the American labor movement. Writers and speakers will find this packed with quotes organized by topic, from civil rights, economics, politics and the law to the corporate world and unemployment. An excellent reference.
Modern Bounty Hunting: A Real-Life Guide for the Bail Fugitive Recovery Agent
Modern Bounty Hunting: A Real-Life Guide for the Bail Fugitive Recovery Agent
For anyone wanting information into the fugitive recovery and bail enforcement field, this book is a great start. Rex Vinator (author) gives great insight into the new laws governing bail enforcement. I think this book is the best book in its class towards starting a business in the recovery business. After reading this book I went out and caught my first skip after only three weeks. GET THIS ...
Behind the Badge
A page turner
Hard to put down once you get into it, especially if you're a cop. This gives a close-up look at the group-think of street cops from a participant observation perspective. It transitions easily and cops can relate to the personal stories, some humurous, some tragic.
Privacy For Sale: How Big Brother And Others Are Selling Your Private Secrets For Profit
Your Privacy Means $$$ To Unscrupulous Controllers
The book "Privacy for Sale, How Big Brother and Others AreSelling Your Private Secrets For Profit" by Michael Chesbro is awonderful resource for guarding against invasions of privacy in your home, your finances, your mail, your electronic communications and just about any other place someone might find it profitable to abscond with your personal information. This is happening in many places ...
Beyond Pepper Spray: The Complete Guide to Chemical Agents, Delivery Systems, and Protective Masks
Michael E. Conti
Great reference source!
Great source of material about this subject. Everything is covered and in great detail. Not just another book listing manufacturer's info, but includes the history of the products as well - interesting reading and great photos (old historical and new photos). Chapter on gas masks makes things clear as well.
The Phone Book: The Latest High-Tech Techniques And Equipment For Preventing Electronic Eavesdropping, ...
The Phone Book:
I recommend this book totally. Everyone should read it. We can send video back from Pluto, yet Americans imagine that telephony can't be used against them. We have a culture of denial that assumes technology is benign and that no one wants to use it against us. We are somewhat willing to distrust computer security because computers are recent additions to our life. We aren't at all willing to ...
Skid Row Beat
Incredibly funny, poignant and gross
I loved this book and so has everyone I have lent it to. I laughed, was moved and disgusted all in the same story. It's an incredible revelation of the human condition. The anecdotes, which range from one to four pages long, chronicle events from the 70's and 80's, as well as a few recent incidents, in an area one officer in the book called, "A place forgotten by God." Policing was indeed ...
Obsidian (Thorndike Press Large Print Clean Reads)
Don't miss Obsidian
Teagan Oliver's first novel is romance and suspense all rolled into one. You will enjoy the realistic portrayal of folks and surroundings in Coastal Maine. Looking forward to more books by Teagan!
The Seventies Now: Culture as Surveillance (New Americanists)
Duke University Press
A vivid description of American culture in the 1970's
This is an extremely educational and informative piece of work, especially regarding the details of the Nixon, Ford, Johnson and Carter administration, along with extensive information about the Vietnam War, WWI, WWII and the Watergate crisis. The literature section was fascinating. It was exciting to read the brilliant poetry of Adrienne Rich and John Ashbery. Rich's poetry touched ...
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