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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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January 04, 2008
Call for cell phone forensics the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Call for cell phone forensics

The functionality of cellular phones today rivals that of personal digital assistants (PDAs) and even... - Full Story
September 10, 2007
Deception detection: It's all in the attitude John E. Reid & Associates, Inc. - Interview and Interrogation Tips and Case Studies

Deception detection: It's all in the attitude

The role of a subject's attitudes in the detection of deception Early in John Reid’s career, he had a... - Full Story
August 06, 2007
The use of rationalization during an interrogation John E. Reid & Associates, Inc. - Interview and Interrogation Tips and Case Studies

The use of rationalization during an interrogation

Provided by John E. Reid & Associates Two conditions must be satisfied before a person decides to... - Full Story
July 18, 2007
Catching a suspect in a lie: Not always a symptom of guilt John E. Reid & Associates, Inc. - Interview and Interrogation Tips and Case Studies

Catching a suspect in a lie: Not always a symptom of guilt

Provided by John E. Reid & Associates A skilled investigator learns to withhold certain inside information... - Full Story
June 06, 2007
What's new in law enforcement technology: Part 2 Deputy Chief Eddie Reyes - Communications Interoperability
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What's new in law enforcement technology: Part 2

Part 2 of a 2-part series Editor’s note: In Part 1, PoliceOne columnist Capt. Eddie Reyes shared a debrief... - Full Story
June 02, 2007
What's new in law enforcement technology: Part 1 Deputy Chief Eddie Reyes - Communications Interoperability
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What's new in law enforcement technology: Part 1

Part 1 of a 2-part series Read part 2 I have just completed the ultimate excursion for public safety... - Full Story
November 30, 2006
The Tao of Research Dr. Brian Kinnaird - Using research to be a better officer & agency

The Tao of Research

To develop an understanding of anything, it is often in our best interest to develop an appreciation... - Full Story
May 12, 2006
5 tips for eliciting a subject's willingness to submit to a voluntary interview John E. Reid & Associates, Inc. - Interview and Interrogation Tips and Case Studies

5 tips for eliciting a subject's willingness to submit to a voluntary interview

Provided by John E. Reid & Associates In most instances, subjects will agree to answer an investigator's... - Full Story
May 08, 2006
How to ensure Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

How to ensure "fair, neutral and fact-finding" officer-involved shooting investigations

Part 1 of a 2-part series By PoliceOne columnist Chuck Remsberg for Force Science News Amid the myriad... - Full Story
November 21, 2005
10 tips for talking with kids Dr. Richard Weinblatt - Weinblatt's Tips

10 tips for talking with kids

When responding to calls for police service, children can at times be our best sources for information.... - Full Story



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