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Investigating Sovereign Citizens; Crime lab improves efficiency 400 percent

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Dear Member,

In this month's eNews, we offer 10 tips on the best ways to investigate Sovereign Citizens. They prove to be an investigative challenge, because most of their personal identification information are fradulent documents. We also introduce you to the "Lean Six Sigma," a new process created by a New York crime lab that promises to improve efficiency 400 percent!

Last but not least, PoliceOne Member Nick Perna offers up a tip on how to combat gang problems in a smaller department, and we review using the computer and phone application Evernote as an investigative tool.

—Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Investigations Strategies
10 tips for investigating Sovereign Citizens
By Moe Greenberg, PoliceOne Contributor
Sovereign Citizens can be an investigative challenge — much of their personal identification information is fraudulent documents. Proceed with caution
Investigations Issues
Crime lab improves efficiency with new process
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Since implementing the principles of "Lean Manufacturing" and "Six Sigma" processes, a New York crime lab has not only significantly streamlined case-work, but now projects to process 400 percent more cases. Lean Six Sigma
Investigations First Person
Combating gang problems in a smaller department
By Detective Nick Perna, PoliceOne Member
As officers we understand that there is what we would like to do and, on the flip side, what we actually can accomplish. One cut at a time

Investigations Technology
Using Evernote as an investigative tool
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Evernote is a Web-based information system that has applications for just about every operating system, so you can upload, edit, and view your files from anywhere. Organizational heaven
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