*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Becoming a great homicide detective; 4 tenets of precision policing
February 22, 2022 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences
Dear Police1 Member,

For nine seasons spanning 144 episodes, Lt. Joe Kenda starred in "Homicide Hunter" on the Investigation Discovery channel. His new series “American Detective with Lt. Joe Kenda” is now streaming on Discovery+. In today's newsletter, Kenda sits down with Police1's Policing Matters podcast host Jim Dudley to discuss what makes a successful homicide detective.

Additional content looks at interview techniques for "smash-and-grab" suspects and the role of precision policing in apprehending chronic offenders.

Stay safe,

— The Police1 Team
Smash-and-grab crooks: How to grab confessions
By Louis C. Senese 
This crime carries with it two goals for the investigator
Precision policing: The next law enforcement era
By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. 
A principle of precision policing is to respond to micro criminal populations rather than subject larger populations to police sweeps hoping to catch chronic offenders
'Homicide Hunter' Lt. Joe Kenda on what it takes to be a great detective
By Policing Matters Podcast 
"Criminals think they are so smart. The problem for them is the police are smarter. Detectives resolve things. They don't give up." - Lt. Joe Kenda
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Cyber tips are subject to the private search doctrine
By Ken Wallentine  
A recent case demonstrates the role of the private search doctrine in the new age of technology and the possibility of online searches
Decision not to conduct DNA testing didn't defeat conviction
By Ken Wallentine  
Does failure to collect DNA evidence change the outcome of a recent case or will eyewitness accounts be sufficient?
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