Homicide

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  • PSYCHOLOGY 101: the mind of a shooter

    Understanding how a gunman thinks could help law enforcement prevent another shooting tragedy

    Article • June 15th, 2007

  • Hot On The Trail of Old, Cold Cases

    '...families desire accountability and need to know the facts of the case...you have to be passionate about what you do and self-motivated.'

    Article • June 4th, 2007

  • Cold Case DNA

    The National Institute of Justice is now providing grants to help solve more violent crimes with DNA evidence.

    Article • April 30th, 2007

  • Crime Scene Investigations

    By scanning an area for possible evidence, an officer with a thermal imager can find hidden evidence more quickly and efficiently.

    Article • April 25th, 2007

  • 'Every Victim--Every Time'

    Murder victims have their lives senselessly cut short by a criminal act. It is important to recall past successes but to also recognize failures.

    Article • April 2nd, 2007

  • A Graceful Exit?

    As a general rule there can be only one person in charge of the crime scene. Should it be the detective that is in charge of the investigation? How about the detective supervisor or commander? Does it really matter?

    Article • February 14th, 2007

  • Bloodstain Evidence is Critical

    First responders have to be aware of the vital nature of bloodstain evidence. Watch were you walk and what you move and touch.

    Article • January 22nd, 2007

  • An Eye On CRIME

    Using public surveillance cameras to capture homicides and other crimes.

    Article • November 12th, 2006

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