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Walk the Walk: How Three Police Chiefs Defied the Odds and Changed Cop Culture

This study belongs in social behavioral sciences collections. Ideal for scholars and general readers interested in this current, relevant, and much debated topic. Readers may want to pair this title with Jill Leovy’s Ghettoside, which examines the critical differences between murder investigations of Black victims vs. white ones.

Justice Statistics: An Extended Look at Crime in the United States 2022

A gold mine for researchers seeking data on crimes. The price should not deter libraries that have strong criminal justice and sociology collections as well as legal libraries. For those libraries that have the previous editions, this update is a must.

The Worst Thing We’ve Ever Done: One Juror’s Reckoning with Racial Injustice

Recommended for readers interested in criminal-justice reform.

Raising Lazarus: Hope, Justice, and the Future of America’s Overdose Crisis

An eye-opening exposé that encourages action and support for those experiencing substance-use disorder.

Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency

Propulsively narrated by Fliakos, Greenburg’s book tells a crypto true-crime story, and also critiques the complexities of financial privacy in the digital age.

Blood & Ink: The Scandalous Jazz Age Double Murder That Hooked America on True Crime

Followers of the Lindbergh kidnapping and O.J. Simpson trial will relish this story of an unsolved crime still open on the books.

The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder

This nail-biting account of a double-homicide cold case is still in the news today. An excellent addition to any true-crime collection.

The Ransomware Hunting Team: A Band of Misfits’ Improbable Crusade To Save the World from Cybercrime

Listeners may struggle to keep track of the many characters and side stories, but with the importance of cyberattacks in today’s world, this is an important purchase for any library.

Rikers: An Oral History

A phenomenal listen about one of the most notorious prisons in the U.S. It packs an emotional punch while providing hope for the future.
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