The Scotland Yard Files: Milestones in Crime Detection
Keith Skinner and Alan Moss have selected 12 fascinating 'firsts' from the history of the world-famous Scotland Yard, including the first 'wanted' poster in the press, the first successful use of identification parades and the first conviction based on ballistics evidence.
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