The Criminal Investigative Function -1st Ed: A Guide for New Investigators

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Looseleaf Law Publications, Dec 1, 2010 - Law - 202 pages
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A candid, real-world look at investigations, from crime scene to courtroom, shared by an ACTUAL investigator. No ivory tower theory. Just the real deal! A seasoned investigator taps his years of street experience to teach you the: - Core qualities that make for a great investigator - Important legalities that impact investigations - Crime scene protocols that must be followed - Best follow-up investigation strategies - Keys to dealing with eyewitnesses - Aspects of Interview and Interrogation - Steps in solving Major Crimes Each chapter includes summary questions for discussion and review.

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When Joseph Giacalone's textbook, The Criminal Investigative Function, arrived at my home, I immediately sat down to begin reading it. I was impressed that someone could turn a textbook into a page ... Read full review

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