Criminal Justice Technology in the 21st Century describes the ways technology is impacting criminal justice. Written by Laura Moriarty, this book represents the concerns of criminal justice teachers, practitioners and students, and is presented in four parts: criminal justice education and technology, law enforcement technology, corrections technology, and criminality and technology. Several chapters explore the level to which faculty are using computers in their teaching. Other chapters enlighten the reader on ways agencies are using the Web and automation to inform and interact with the public, hire and train staff, collect and manage data better, share data seamlessly, solve field problems, and classify and track offenders. From Charles C. Thomas Publishing, this book can be found at www.ccthomas.com.