Synopses & Reviews
This manual is the undisputed authority on plain-talk report writing techniques. Interesting and easy-to-read, it provides hundreds of examples that show easier and better ways to write without any spelling or grammar lessons. It is valuable as a supplemental reader for investigations or police communications courses. Students will devour this book and gain an incredible understanding of the impact report writing has on the complex issues surrounding a case.
Table of Contents
1. What's the Problem? 2. The Best Approach. 3. "I" Won't Bite. 4. Who's Who? 5. Whidunit? 6. Words and Phrases. 7. Say What You Mean. 8. Living with your Report. 9. Sample Report. 10. Sample Report. 11. What Would Happen If?