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January 21, 2014

Fact-Finding in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is understanding if the fact-finding investigative process which is reasonable, logical, and common sensical was applied. Sexual assault investigations are complex and any tool the law enforcement investigator can take from his/her toolbox i.e. the fact-finding investigative process, will assist the investigator in determining if a crime did or didn’t take place should be utilized. The investigator must then follow the fact-finding investigative process, protocols, and procedures in order to properly and lawfully determine what the witnesses and sexual offender have to offer in investigating the sexual assault allegation. The investigator’s credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the fact-finding investigative process is not properly and lawfully applied. If the credibility and reliability of the application of the fact-finding investigative process is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of utilizing the fact-finding investigative process in a sexual assault investigation.
January 21, 2014

Crimes in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is understanding if the legislative body has enacted laws which are reasonable, logical, and common sensical. Sexual assault investigations are complex and any tool the law enforcement investigator can take from his/her toolbox i.e. specific crimes, will assist the investigator determine if a crime did or didn’t take place. The investigator must then follow investigative protocols and procedures in order to properly and lawfully determine what the witnesses and sexual offender have to offer in investigating the sexual assault allegation. The investigator’s credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the sex crime(s) are not properly and lawfully applied. If the credibility and reliability of the application of such laws are questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of utilizing the crime(s) in a sexual assault investigation.
January 20, 2014

Paradigm in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is utilizing the paradigm process of identifying, apprehending, interrogating, and prosecuting the sexual offender. Therefore, the law enforcement investigator must determine as soon as possible how the paradigm investigative process will assist the investigator. Sexual assault investigations are complex and any tool the law enforcement investigator can take from his/her toolbox i.e. a paradigm, will assist the investigator determine if a crime did or didn’t take place. The investigator must then follow investigative protocols and procedures in order to properly and lawfully determine what the witnesses and sexual offender have to offer in investigating the sexual assault allegation. The investigators credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the paradigm investigative process is not followed. If the credibility and reliability of the investigative paradigm process is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of utilizing the investigative paradigm process in a sexual assault investigation.
January 20, 2014

Evidence in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is if the investigator can determine if the sexual assault which is being alleged is supported with any type of physical, biological, and medical evidence. Therefore, the law enforcement investigator must determine as soon as possible if the victim, witnesses, and the sexual offender can be linked by one another when it comes to evidence which was left on their persons or at the crime scene. The investigator has to ask the witnesses the difficult questions to try and understand that the information they have may lead them to any types of evidence. The investigator’s credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if he/she have difficulty in demonstrating their search for evidence was thorough, complete, and intelligent. The credibility and reliability of the investigator’s reasoning and logic may be called into question which may then allow a sexual offender to be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of evidence in a sexual assault investigation.
January 17, 2014

Logical in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is if the investigator can determine if the sexual assault which is being alleged is reasonable and logical. Therefore, the law enforcement investigator must determine as soon as possible if the victim, witnesses, and the sexual offender can provide facts which are logical. Sometimes the investigator has to ask the witnesses the difficult questions to try and understand that the information they have is logical. The investigator’s credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if he/she have difficulty in demonstrating the alleged crime in fact is logical. The credibility and reliability of the investigator’s reasoning and logic may be called into question which may then allow a sexual offender to be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of logic in a sexual assault investigation.
January 16, 2014

Competence in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is the competence of the law enforcement sexual assault investigator. Therefore, the law enforcement investigator must demonstrate at all times that he/she are competent in all aspects of the sexual assault investigation and forensic interviews. Most sexual assaults are can be complex. The investigator must then obtain the necessary education, training, and experience in order to be competent in conducting a sexual assault investigation. The investigator can follow investigative protocols and procedures in order to properly and lawfully perform their investigative duties and responsibilities. The investigator’s credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the investigative process is not followed. If the credibility and reliability of the investigator’s competence is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of the competency of the sexual assault investigator, sexual assault investigation, and forensic interviewing.
January 15, 2014

Interrogation in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is the interrogation process of the sexual offender. Therefore, the law enforcement investigator must perform the sexual assault investigation, identify, apprehend, and interrogation the alleged sexual offender. The investigator must then follow investigative interrogation protocols and procedures in order to properly and lawfully interrogate the alleged sexual offender. The investigators credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the investigative interrogation process is not followed. If the credibility and reliability of the interrogation is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of identification in a sexual assault investigation.
January 14, 2014

Intuition in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. One of the major aspects of determining if a crime was committed and by whom, is the law enforcement investigator’s ability to be intuitive at all times during the sexual assault investigation. Intuition is defined as “the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning…we shall allow our intuition to guide us.” If a Special Assault Unit investigator understands how his/her intuition is guiding them in their pursuit of establishing if a crime did or didn’t take place, then they have a gift which others will admire and may learn from. There are many reasons an investigator should follow their intuition, but most importantly knowing when that ‘gut feeling’ is accurate and meaningful. The investigators credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if they fail to act upon their intuition. If the credibility and reliability of the investigator’s intuition is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of identification in a sexual assault investigation.
January 14, 2014

Interviewing in Sexual Assault Investigations

In a sexual assault investigation the law enforcement investigator’s mental approach should be to determine if a crime was or wasn’t committed. The law enforcement profession brings about situations where their contacts with individuals in their community sets-up scenarios where the investigator interviews those they come in contact with. Interviewing is taught at the basic police academy and continues into the field training program and once the investigator is assigned to patrol or the detective division. Interviewing is the backbone of law enforcement investigative protocol and procedures in order to obtain information about what transpired between the parties. If the investigator is incapable of interviewing individuals in a competent, thorough, completed, and intelligent manner, the ability to understand what took place in an event maybe compromised. Therefore, investigators need to obtain the necessary and needed education and training in order to reach a level of competence. The investigators credibility as a law enforcement officer will be questioned if the interview protocol, procedure, and process are not followed. If the credibility and reliability of the interview is questionable then a sexual offender may be released back into the community and/or an innocent person can be sent to jail/prison for a crime he/she didn’t commit. In this video Lawrence W. Daly, Chief Sexual Assault Investigative Educator for the One Daly Corporation raises several issues surrounding the concerns of identification in a sexual assault investigation.



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