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Lab tech charged with Yale student's murder in case of 'workplace violence'

By Ray Henry and Michael Hill Associated PressNEW HAVEN, Conn. — Raymond Clark III appeared in... - Full Story


Airline employees arrested for using commercial aircraft to ship drugs

Press release courtesy of the U.S. Drug Enforcement AdministrationSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Twenty-three... - Full Story


FBI, ATF agents feud over bomb investigations

FBI, ATF agents feud over bomb investigations

By Devlin Barrett Associated PressWASHINGTON — Agents of the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,... - Full Story


Colo. man denies link to terror plot

By P. Solomon Banda and Tom Hays Associated PressAURORA, Colo. — A Colorado airport shuttle driver... - Full Story


Conn. police find 'person of interest' in Yale slaying

Associated PressNEW HAVEN, Conn. — Police investigating the slaying of a Yale graduate student... - Full Story


Cold case training the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Cold case training

Fall traditionally means back-to-school time for children and teachers across the country. This fall, an... - Full Story


Gangs use social media to find members

When you join social-networking sites like Facebook, be careful who you become friends with. More gang members are joining the networks and operating online.
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FBI warns police depts after NYC anti-terror raid

Associated PressNEW YORK — Counterterrorism officials are warning police departments around the... - Full Story


Five tips for successful criminal interrogation

Sgt. Steve Schrimpf of the Greeley (Colo.) Police Department has spent years conducting interviews and criminal interrogations. Schrimpf, who also major crimes investigator for his department from 2000-2006, tells PoliceOne that he’s found a few techniques that have really worked for him during the conduct of an interview or interrogation. - Full Story


Infant death investigations

Infant death investigations

By Michael Perez Aurora (Ill.) Police Department (ret.)Cops are, by nature and by action, protectors... - Full Story

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