Understanding Surveillance Technologies Spy Devices,Their Origins and Applications

This book was designed to set the groundwork for learning about surveillance
technologies. The basic stepping stones presented here will make
it easier to understand more advanced texts devoted to individual technologies
such as radar, sonar, video cameras, and genetic profiling.
Understanding Surveillance Technologies is the first comprehensive, introductory
overview of the field of surveillance devices. It comprises 18
chapters and includes more than 700 photos and illustrations. It is suitable
for college surveillance courses, professional recruiting programs,
and as a reference for beginning professionals in the fields of law enforcement,
forensics, and military surveillance. It has been designed with a
flexible, modular format. The chapters can be read in almost any order
and chapters that share common topics are cross-referenced to alert the



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