A 30-year veteran of law enforcement and the US military collaborated with several Veterans Affairs police officers in the development of the Veterans Affairs Police Guide to the Federal Criminal Code, 2017 edition.
Careful thought went into its design and extensive research resulted in a reference that meets the needs of Veterans Affairs law enforcement. It has been specifically developed for the VA police officer, special agent, criminal investigator, and inspector.
This is the only book on the market that includes Title 38 Code of Federal Regulations, and the United States Code, Titles 16, 18, 21 and 38. The CFR and USC are cross referenced throughout the book followed by an extensive index. Following many of the laws, “Associated Crimes” are listed which is a quick cross reference to similarrelated offenses.
A glossary is provided to define terms and phrases that relate to laws found in the book. Statutes are displayed and networked so enforcement officers can apply the appropriate law when time is critical. This handy pocket-sized guide provides easy direction for law enforcement while in the field. It is organized in a quick accessible format.
This book is a must for all Veterans Affairs law enforcement officers. It has been developed for and created by professional law enforcement members. Field and beta tests give this book the highest ratings for accuracy, easy use, and relevance. Every officer should have a personal copy and carry it while on duty
Key book features include:
• 231 laws condensed into 208 pages
• 16 USC, Conservation Laws, have been added to the 2017 edition
• Durable cover
• Cross-referencing of related offenses
• 3 5/8″ wide x 5 3/8″ high x 3/8″ thick
• Combines two large cumbersome legal books into one small handheld reference
• Rounded book corners for easy use
• Comprehensive glossary of terms specifically related to offenses and laws
• Detailed index provides quick access to the offenses
• Designed for field use
• Pocket size
• Made in the USA
• Weight: 3.5 oz
$16.95 plus $4.95 shipping and handling to USA residents
263 pages, ISBN: 978-0-937935-91-0