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January 2010
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In the PoliceOne Investigations eNews, you'll find the latest news and information related to developments in investigation tools and techniques.

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One of the primary purposes of the bait question is to determine whether or not the subject will change his original statement, alibi or relationship to the crime scene. The bait question is actually composed of four components ... Full column

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Illinois State Police Sgt. Patrick Collins collected no forensics evidence (not fingerprints, unfinished drinks or clothes) from the scene. Collins allegedly also let Peterson sit in on what may have been a vital interview ... Full story

Officers can’t fingerprint everyone they encounter to make a proper identification and often must rely on the information that the subject provides. Here’s a tip to help you be sure you’re getting their true identity ... Full tip


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