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The Essential Guide for Recruits and Experienced Officers

  • Planning, organizing, and writing professional reports
  • Pre-Test and Post-Test with answer keys
  • Bullet style
  • Sentence skills
  • Usage and grammar
  • Sample police and corrections reports
  • Extensive practice exercises and answers
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Praise for Criminal Justice Report Writing:

I wish I’d had this in my hands prior to my first report….With your book I would have had a valuable resource.

William Fienga, Correctional Probation Senior Officer, Florida Department of Corrections

I would have loved to have had a book like yours when I was active.

      Karl B. King, Lieutenant, Florida Highway Patrol, retired

7 thoughts on “Contact Jean Reynolds

  1. aldwin

    Ma’am Jean I’am a Police Officer in the Philippines. How can I buy the book of Criminal Justice Report Writing?

  2. Mary T Nagel

    Hi Jean,
    We are actually working on how to write reports in CJ 202 @ Southern New Hampshire University. I love this field and I wish I would of decided it back in my younger years.

    1. Jean Post author

      Hi, Mary!
      I’m so pleased that you’re enjoying the criminal justice field. I hope you’ll find many useful tips at this website.

  3. Traquan Jackson

    On 6/18/16, at 1305, I was dispatched to a robbery on 32 High top road. I arrived on scene at approximately 1307. I immediately ran over to the victim, to investigate. The victim told me that a unidentified white male walked in the store and demanded cash. The victim said he didn’t give the man the money at first, then the male reached into his pants and pulled out a gun. The victim told me that the suspect said, ” Give the damn money or I’m going to blow your head off.” The victim told me he was afraid, so he open the register and gave him the money. The suspect ran out the door with the money. Then the victim called the police. I asked the victim for his ID. The victim’s name is Joe Doe (DOB 01/07/1985 32 Pine Valley St.). Joe told me the suspect got away with $500 and his wallet. He said he was last seen running westbound on Temple. Joe told me, ” he is a white male, 5’2, no facial hair, with a tiger tattoo on his right shoulder and he had on black jeans, yellow tank top, and he had black glock.” I put a be on the lookout on the radio for units in the area.

  4. Traquan Jackson

    Approximately at 1504, I, was dispatched to a domestic disturbance at 43 High Valley Rd. I arrived on scene at 1506, I observed George Watts (DOB 7/3/94, 43 High Valley Rd) standing outside banging on the door. I called to him, “Sir come here!” George looked at me, and started to run. I chased after him. I called for backup. George jumped three fences before I caught him.

    Approximately 1512, Officer James and Officer Joe, arrived on scene. Officer James took George back to the scene. Officer Joe questioned the witness, and took down her information. I questioned George on what had happened here tonight. He said me a simple arguments gone back. George told me he was coming home from work and Sarah called him to tell him about the electric bill. George yelled at her, and she didn’t like it. George arrived home then Sarah locked the door. George banging and kicked the door. George also screamed.

    Officer Joe told me Sarah was upset about how he yelled at her. Sarah does not want to press charges. Sarah is sad about the whole thing.

    George was put in Officer James patrol car. George was charged with evading the police. Officer James transported George to jail. I went back to the station to book him.

  5. jdancer

    I appreciate the capital letters – this report is much more professional. Good writing! One problem: You used passive voice in the last paragraph. Who put George into the patrol car, and who charged him? That information might be important if there’s a court case.


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