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Tips for breaking an alibi; Computer forensics on a budget

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Investigations Resources Investigation Products Newsletter Signup September 17, 2013
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In this month's eNews, John Bowden explains how failure to prove the alibi is not proof of guilt — you must break the alibi. Leischen Stelter tells of one case study where a partnership between correctional employees and investigators has led to the reduction of gang activity within the area.

Lastly, Tim Dees reviews Flashback Data, which offers computer forensics on a small department budget.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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Interview and interrogation: Breaking the alibi
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Columnist
A failure to prove the alibi is not proof the subject committed the crime. Our goal is to break the alibi. Challenging information
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Partnering with corrections for gang investigators
By Leischen Stelter, PoliceOne Columnist
One partnership in Virginia has led to better awareness of gang activities, solved multiple cases, and ultimately contributed to the reduction of gang activity. 7 steps
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Computer forensics on a small department budget
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Flashback Data has services designed to extract the data from damaged and/or encrypted storage media for as little as $500. Like a key under a mat
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