Policing in America: Exam Cram Wins PROSE Award
Policing in America: Exam Cram, the third in a new series of iTunes apps based on Elsevier books, was honored at the 37th annual PROSE Awards – the American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence. The app took top honors in the eProduct/Social Sciences category in February 2013.
Created from the classic textbook Policing in America by Larry Gaines and EKU Online Police Studies Coordinator Victor Kappeler, Policing in America: Exam Cram provides students with a set of user-friendly quizzes that test the student’s knowledge of policing basics, including personnel systems; organization and management; operations; discretion; use of force; culture and behavior; ethics and deviance; civil liability; and police-community relations.
“We’re honored to create a unique test prep tool for the iPhone and iPod touch, based on Gaines’s and Kappeler’s landmark textbook,” said Suzanne BeDell, Managing Director, Science and Technology Books, Elsevier. “With this new app, busy students will be able to easily prepare for their midterm and final exams, and those working in law enforcement and criminal justice can get a quick refresher on the basics in policing.”
Learn more about Policing in America: Exam Cram.
Published on August 27, 2013