Nov. 27, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear Police1 Member,
Police investigators have a variety of tools in their toolbox to assist with investigations. From specialist personnel to interview techniques and information sources, this month’s Investigations eNewsletter details how to best use the resources at hand to improve your effectiveness as an investigator.

Val Van Brocklin outlines how police investigators can navigate potential minefields associated with the use of confidential informants. We also detail how behavioral analysis interview techniques can help elicit confessions and why crime scene investigators should be viewed as an integral part of the investigations of an agency.
The Police1 Team
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