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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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Millionaire NYC madam claimed law enforcement ties

Bragged her contacts would tip her off if under investigation - Full Story

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NASCAR helps get hit-and-run confession

Driver Kevin Conway put victim's picture on his car during a race in September - Full Story

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Ad: $1M 'per head' for dead officers

Maplewood City (Mo.) Police officers are investigating an alarming ad posted to Craigslist - Full Story

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Consider the 'gentle interrogation'

Consider the 'gentle interrogation'

The classic interrogation does not give the subject a choice. It makes the subject concede to the investigator. The investigator states, “You did it,” and demands, requests, or cajoles the subject to agree. - Full Story

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Consider the 'gentle interrogation' John Bowden - On Language, Communication, and Leadership

Consider the 'gentle interrogation'

The Coordinated Behavioral Response is an investigative philosophy where the investigator responds appropriately to the behavior exhibited by the subject - Full Story

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Seattle Police declare 'public safety emergency'

In every precinct of the city, police are heightening violence prevention efforts - Full Story

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Chief: Ala. cop killer had handcuff key

Officer Steven Green died two weeks ago at the hands of Lawrence Wallace Jr., who escaped his handcuffs as he was transported to jail - Full Story

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Ga. officers addressing growing human trafficking problem

Ga. officers addressing growing human trafficking problem

Atlanta one of 14 cities with highest number of child prostitutes in U.S. - Full Story

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One creative approach to breaking down language barriers

One creative approach to breaking down language barriers

For officers responding to calls, unless there is a translator nearby or the officer speaks the foreign language, valuable time and critical information can be lost. - Full Story

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Video: Cop fires TASER at fleeing Fla. woman

Daniel Cole was named Pinellas Trooper of the Year in 2000 and has been with the Florida Highway Patrol since 1998 - Full Story



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