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The Police Investigations topic area furnishes cops with the latest news, information and strategies used in closing a case and putting bad guys behind bars. Whether you are a patrol officer arriving first on the scene or a detective searching for leads on a cold case, this touches on everything that happens between the suspect’s crimes to the final conviction.
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Off-duty NY cop shot in attempted carjacking

Officer was in car with his family when two men pulled up in another vehicle armed with guns - Full Story

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NM officials plan for more training after dispatcher hung up

The Albuquerque Fire Department will undergo more training after dispatcher told 911 caller to 'deal with it yourself' - Full Story

Videos

Traffic stop of Chattanooga shooter

Police released dashcam footage of gunman being pulled over on April 20 and undergoing roadside sobriety checks.

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Video: Police release footage of Chattanooga shooter's DUI stop

Police released dashcam footage of gunman being pulled over on April 20 and undergoing roadside sobriety checks - Full Story

Videos

Cincinnati cop pleads not guilty to murder charge

People in the courtroom audience erupted into cheers and clapping when bond was set at $1 million.

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US court says Ill. drug-sniffing dog fails the smell test

Judges are concerned that dogs who always signal for drugs might give police 'pretext' to search anyone's car - Full Story

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Court nixes release of NY in-custody death testimony

Court says the public can't see the testimony a grand jury heard before declining to indict a police officer - Full Story

Columns

How investigators can overcome the challenges of a phone interview Moe Greenberg - Detective's Notebook

How investigators can overcome the challenges of a phone interview

In a telephone interview, an officer or investigator can ask pointed questions, direct the interview as needed, address ambivalence and elicit as much information as possible - Full Story

Columns

How DNA technology is being used to solve property crimes Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

How DNA technology is being used to solve property crimes

Closing cases like the mystery of “the Gypsy Hill murders” makes national news, but using DNA technology has the potential to solve even ‘mundane’ crimes like property theft - Full Story

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Review: NYPD body camera program should record more stops

A body camera pilot program raised a variety of questions about how to best monitor police and community interactions - Full Story



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Finding the Missing Finding the Missing
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National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs
Be Advised... Be Advised...
with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief