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Undercover [electronic resource] : police surveillance in America / Gary T. Marx.
Marx, Gary T.
Berkeley : University of California Press, c1988.
1 online resource (312 p.)
Providing a rich picture of past and present undercover work, and drawing on unpublished documents and interviews with the FBI and local police, this penetrating study examines the variety of undercover operations and the ethical issues and empirical assumptions raised when the state officially sanctions deception and trickery and allows its agents to participate in crime.
"A Twentieth Century Fund book."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-272) and index.
1. The Changing Nature of Undercover Work
2. A Selective History of Undercover Practices
3. The Current Context
4. Types and Dimensions
5. The Complexity of Virtue
6. Intended Consequences of Undercover Work
7. Unintended Consequences: Targets, Third Parties, and Informers
8. Unintended Consequences: Police
9. Controlling Undercover Operations
10. The New Surveillance
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Undercover : police surveillance in America / Gary T. Marx.
Undercover [electronic resource] : Police Surveillance in America.