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Park Ranger’s Guide to the Federal Criminal Code

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Park Ranger’s Guide to the Federal Criminal Code, 2013-2014 edition, thirteenth printing, Steven T. Kernes and Barbara Birkland

In 1987, this book was initially developed by a former National Park Service special agent. Now it is in its eleventh edition. This booklet is used by NPS Rangers and special agents, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, NPS Academy, and college NPS Academies. This reference has been developed specifically for use in the field while providing quick access to specific NPS codes and statutes. Considered by Park Rangers to be the top legal reference, this book is a professional resource. Provides the tools to identify the correct code or law and apply the elements of crime. Invaluable as a textbook, this publication is a comprehensive compilation of laws unique to the park service. The United States Code, Titles 16, 18, and 21, and the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 36, are combined within this pocketbook. Laws and regulations are cross referenced through an extensive index and through associated crimes which are listed after the statutes. No more flipping to the index to find a similar, associated, or related crime. Refer to the “associated crimes” found below the elements of the statutes for related offenses. A detailed glossary is provided to define terms and phrases.


Key book features include:
• NCIC codes are listed to assist with coding arrest records
• Elimination of comb-binding for ease of use
• Significant changes to 36 CFR and USC
• New design and size 3 5/8″ wide x 5 3/8″ high x 1/2″ thick
• Cross-referencing of related offenses
• Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations and Titles 16,18, & 21 of the United States Code
• Comprehensive glossary of terms specifically related to offenses and laws
• Detailed index provides quick access to the offenses

264 pp., $14.95 plus shipping and handling to USA residents
ISBN 13: 978-0-937935-40-8
ISBN: 0-937935-15-8
Weight 3.7oz.
Made in the USA
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