Volume 33, Issue 3 (May 1988)
A Review of The Automobile Theft Investigator
The author has directed this book, “… to those just starting out in the field of automobile theft investigation and/or those who are contemplating entering this field.” He has made an attempt to cover the areas of major concern based on his own experiences. The content of each of the chapters is very basic, but the author has attempted to make it clear that there is much more to learn than could be covered in a book of this size. He repeats this caveat at the end of most of the 17 chapters. However, a major failing of the book is that no bibliography is given which would enable the neophyte to follow up and learn more from the original sources. The author has suggested that the student call on the proper agencies and associations to obtain additional information.