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March 2011
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this edition of the P1 Investigations eNews, Moe Greenberg digs into the unique considerations for investigating crimes with elderly victims — something that is becoming increasingly common with the "the graying" of America. Meanwhile, Tim Dees explores camera technology that could replace Luminol, and I talk with Rick Graham, who served as Chief of Detectives for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, about steps officers can take to ensure a homicide scene is well managed and protected.

All that, plus the top news in investigations for the past month.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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