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Brown family blasts prosecutor's handling of Ferguson case, pushes for federal charges

Brown family blasts prosecutor's handling of Ferguson case, pushes for federal charges

Attorneys for Michael Brown's family on Tuesday vowed to push for federal charges against Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson - Full Story

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Mo. officer shot, police searching for gunman

St. Louis County officials say shooting does not appear connected to protests in Ferguson - Full Story

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7 types of witnesses and how to interview them John Bowden - On Language, Communication, and Leadership

7 types of witnesses and how to interview them

Considering these seven types of witnesses before going into your investigation can maximize the results of your interviews - Full Story

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Why 'Tell me why you did it' is a failed technique Louis C. Senese - Interrogation Themes

Why 'Tell me why you did it' is a failed technique

Rather than ask the suspect why he committed the crime, tell him you believe you know why he did it — and offer your theme that psychologically (not legally) justifies, rationalizes, or minimizes the conduct - Full Story

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5 types of pattern evidence all investigators should know Moe Greenberg - Detective's Notebook

5 types of pattern evidence all investigators should know

While all evidence at a crime scene is important and must be considered, pattern evidence requires careful analysis — and sometimes specialized training — in order to properly interpret it - Full Story

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Why Officer Darren Wilson wasn't indicted Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Why Officer Darren Wilson wasn't indicted

A cop may use lethal force when he or she “reasonably believes that the action is in defense of human life, including the officer's own life” and in the Ferguson incident, that’s precisely what happened - Full Story

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Calif. suspect killed after shootout that wounded cop, bystander

A deadly gun battle between a man and police Saturday night ended with the suspect killed and multiple shot.

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Md. man tells cops, news crew he set house on fire

A look of astonishment came over police officers' faces when he confessed to setting the fire.

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Video: Md. man tells cops, news crew he set house on fire

A look of astonishment came over police officers' faces when he confessed to setting the fire - Full Story

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Examiner rules NYC police shooting a homicide

Examiner rules NYC police shooting a homicide

Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson has called the shooting "deeply troubling" and said it warrants "an immediate, fair and thorough investigation" - Full Story



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