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📒Necessary Force ✍ D. D. Ayres
✏Necessary Force Book Summary : It was supposed to be a sexy calendar shoot to raise money for K-9 service dogs. Photographer Georgie Flynn never expected to break all her personal rules and jump into bed with one of the hunky men posing. And after their steamy night together, she certainly never expected to see him again...despite their powerful connection. When she's targeted by a stalker and possible bomber, Georgie finds that her gorgeous one-night stand is the only one who can help. Brad Lawson, an FBI operative, and his K-9 bomb sniffing partner are assigned to protect the pretty photographer--and this time, he's determined to keep things professional. He just didn't count on their explosive connection rekindling. But with a deadly threat on the horizon, will he be able to keep his body's demands in check and complete his mission?
📒All Necessary Force ✍ Brad Taylor
✏All Necessary Force Book Summary : An attack is imminent. The Taskforce – a highly classified Special Forces unit – is left reeling. One of their own has been killed in action. Another is barely alive. There's only one option left... The Taskforce recruits Pike Logan, an unstable operator with an agenda of his own, when more disaster strikes. A weapon of unthinkable power heads to the US. The one area the Taskforce cannot operate in. Will their home turf be the one place the Taskforce is forbidden to save? Perfect for fans of Lee Child, James Deegan and David Baldacci. Praise for Brad Taylor: 'It's an excellent read, and I greatly enjoyed it' Nelson DeMille. 'Pike ranks right up there with Jason Bourne, Jack Reacher and Jack Bauer' John Lescroart. 'Logan is a tough, appealing hero you're sure to root for' Joseph Finder. 'Fresh plot, great actions, and Taylor clearly knows what he is writing about' Vince Flynn.
📒Understanding Police Use Of Force ✍ Geoffrey P. Alpert
✏Understanding Police Use of Force Book Summary : Whenever police officers come into contact with citizens there is a chance that the encounter will digress to one in which force is used on a suspect. Fortunately, most police activities do not involve the use of force. But those that do reflect important patterns of interaction between the officer and the citizen. This book examines those patterns. It begins with a brief survey of prior research, and then goes on to present data and findings. Among the data are the force factor applied - that is, the level of force used relative to suspect resistance - and data on the sequential order of incidents of force. The authors also examine police use of force from the suspect's perspective. In analyzing this data they put forward a conceptual framework, the Authority Maintenance Theory, for examining and assessing police use of force.
📒Necessary Evils ✍ Mark Freeman
✏Necessary Evils Book Summary : This book is about amnesties for grave international crimes that states adopt in moments of transition or social unrest. The subject is naturally controversial, especially in the age of the International Criminal Court. The goal of this book is to reframe and revitalise the global debate on the subject and to offer an original framework for resolving amnesty dilemmas when they arise. Most literature and jurisprudence on amnesties deal with only a small subset of state practice and sidestep the ambiguity of amnesty's position under international law. This book addresses the ambiguity head on and argues that amnesties of the broadest scope are sometimes defensible when adopted as a last recourse in contexts of mass violence. Drawing on an extensive amnesty database, the book offers detailed guidance on how to ensure that amnesties extend the minimum leniency possible, while imposing the maximum accountability on the beneficiaries.
✏Report of the Joint Fire Police Task force on Civil Unrest Book Summary :
📒The Reasonableness Of Christianity ✍ John Locke
✏The Reasonableness of Christianity Book Summary : With Discourse of Miracles and part of A Third Letter Concerning Toleration.
📒The Handbook Of The Law Of Visiting Forces ✍ Dieter Fleck
✏The Handbook of the Law of Visiting Forces Book Summary : This handbook elaborates clear status provisions for military and civilian personnel of foreign armed forces in a receiving state. It provides an up-to-date commentary on applicable status law provisions. Case studies describe and evaluate specific practice in Germany, Japan, Korea, Russia, and in former Yugoslavia. The status of UN Peacekeeping Forces and headquarters agreements of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) are discussed in separate chapters. Annexes provide the texts of key legal instruments.
📒Rethinking Criminal Law ✍ George P. Fletcher
✏Rethinking Criminal Law Book Summary : This is a reprint of a book first published by Little, Brown in 1978. George Fletcher is working on a new edition, which will be published by Oxford in three volumes, the first of which is scheduled to appear in January of 2001. Rethinking Criminal Law is still perhaps the most influential and often cited theoretical work on American criminal law. This reprint will keep this classic work available until the new edition can be published.
📒The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time ✍ Great Britain. Parliament
✏The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time Book Summary :
📒Afghan National Security Forces ✍ Anthony H. Cordesman
✏Afghan National Security Forces Book Summary : President Barack Obama's new strategy for Afghanistan is critically dependent on the transfer of security responsibility to the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). His speech announcing this strategy called for the transfer to begin in mid-2011. However, creating the Afghan forces needed to bring security and stability to the region is a far more difficult challenge than many realize and poses major challenges that will endure long after 2011.A successful effort to create effective Afghan forces, particularly forces that can largely replace the role of U.S. and allied forces, must overcome a legacy of more than eight years of critical failures in both force development and training, and in the broader course of the U.S. effort in Afghanistan. Such an effort must also be shaped as part of an integrated civil-military mission, and not treated simply as an exercise in generating more Afghan military and police forces. Success will be equally dependent on strategic patience. There is a significant probability that the ANSF will not be ready for any significant transfer of responsibility until well after 2011. Trying to expand Afghan forces too quickly, creating forces with inadequate force quality, and decoupling Afghan force development from efforts to deal with the broad weakness in Afghan governance and the Afghan justice system will lose the war. America's politicians, policymakers, and military leaders must accept this reality—and persuade the Afghan government and our allies to act accordingly—or the mission in Afghanistan cannot succeed.