May 22, 2018 | View as webpage
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Human trafficking is a global crisis that is on the rise in the United States. In 2016, the National Human Trafficking Hotline reported a 35 percent increase in cases over the previous year. As these tend to be covert crimes, police investigators must be alert to the signs of human trafficking so they can use the appropriate line of questioning.

In this month’s Investigations eNewsletter, Louis Senese provides a guide to interrogation themes for human trafficking cases that will get confessions. We also look at the specific victim interview techniques required for sexual assault cases, how ALS technology is shedding a different light on crime scenes, and how a free online toolkit can help address the rape kit backlog.
The Police1 Team
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Free online toolkit can help address rape kit backlog
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The SAKI Toolkit helps LE, prosecutors, victim advocates, criminal justice professionals and others address rape kit backlog.
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ALS technology sheds a different light on crime scenes
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