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    • Stopped for a Traffic Ticket: A Getaway Scale Index 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Sentry, 1979)
      Have you ever wondered why you wind up each year with more traffic tickets than your friends whom you consider worse drivers than you are? The chances are they talk their way out of them, at least some. They know how to ...
    • Police Training and Police Professionalism in Egypt 

      Souryal, Sam (Police Chief, 1983-04)
      A small portion of the police community in the U. S. are familiar with Egypt beyond perhaps being the "cradle of ancient civilization", a developing nation, a Muslim society, and the birthplace of President Sadat who ...
    • Law, Crime and Society in Islamic Jurisprudence 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1987-12)
      Judging the religiosity of individuals 1s difficult in itself, is often misleading, and is biblically condemned. Juding the religiosity of societies can be easier since in their aggregate, and in comparison with each other, ...
    • Comments on the Essence of Management 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Justice Professional, 1988)
      The purpose of this article is to articulate the essence of management "outside the shop," through a process of fine tuning based on contrasting its tenets with those of the traditionally better known concept of organization. ...
    • Criminal Justice and Policing in the Kingdom of Nepal 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Journal of CJ International, 1988-03)
      Nestled in the cradle of the highest mountains on earth, it is not surprising that Nepal has come to be known as the kingdom where deities mingle with mortals. In the Nepalese Himalaya, called the "Abode of the Gods," there ...
    • The United Nations Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Offenders: An Overview With Specific Reference to the Situation in Developing Countries 

      Souryal, Sam S. (1995-03)
      Anyone who reads the newspapers or watches the miracle of CNN on television cannot escape noting the atrocities committed against prisoners in so many parts of the world. Just recently, atrocities have been reported by the ...
    • A White Paper on Teaching Excellence in Criminal Justice 

      Souryal, Sam S. (2008)
      This paper reiterates two classic academic propositions: First, intellect without a disciplined mind is worthless and a disciplined mind without intellect is dangerous. This proposition suggests that regardless of faculty ...
    • Reflections on the Roots of Plato's Republic And the Emergence of the Just State 

      Souryal, Sam S. (2011)
      In 399 B.C., Plato, at the age of 28, left Athens after the death of his mentor Socrates and traveled to Egypt. There is no historical data as to where he went in Egypt, who he met, or what he learned. This article traces ...
    • Demythelogizing Personal Loyalty to Superiors 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Critical Criminology, 2011)
      This article examines the practice of personal loyalty to superiors, in general, and in criminal justice agencies, in particular. While practitioners are taught that their primarily loyalty is to the United States Constitution, ...
    • Potential of Turning Community-Oriented Policing into a Force of Civility and Democracy 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Al-Fikr Al-Shurti, 2011-04)
      This article suggests changing the mission of Community-Oriented policing officers by making them agents of civility and re-enforcers of democracy by teaching them Liberal Arts including (i.e. reasoning, logic, discretion, ...
    • The Sensibility of Turning Community-Oriented Policing into a Force of Civility and Democracy 

      Souryal, Sam S. (Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 2011-12)
      This article suggests changing the mission of Community-Oriented policing officers by making them agents of civility and re-enforcers of democracy by teaching them Liberal Arts including (i.e. reasoning, logic, discretion ...