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6 Groundbreaking Moments in Criminal Justice

Throughout history, the criminal justice system—both domestic and abroad—has been consistently challenged to develop innovations to combat the growing threats that confront society. Here are six historical moments that forever changed how law and order is preserved. Photo courtesy of … Continue reading

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The Age of Technology and the Impact on Law Enforcement

Photo courtesy of intersog.com. Law enforcement’s utilization of contemporary hi-tech tools in preventing and combating crime is certainly not a new concept. But, what separates modern technology trends from those of yesteryear is the exceptional rapid pace in which technology … Continue reading

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FBI Profiling: Inside the Minds of Violent Criminals

Photo courtesy of cantebury.ac.uk. Throughout history, law enforcement has developed many tools to combat, and protect us against, the dangerous criminals who unfortunately live among us. Over the past 50 or so years, one such highly effective tool that has … Continue reading

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American Federal Justice: The FBI’s Top 5 Moments

Photo courtesy of mayatoday.com. The Birth of the FBI With no official name and only 34 agents, the Bureau was born on July 26, 1908. Teddy Roosevelt was the president at the time, and it was his Attorney General, Charles … Continue reading

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Forensic Scientist: A New Kind of Superhero in BODY OF THE CRIME

The definition of a hero is a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. What immediately comes to mind are those who keep us safe like soldiers, police officers, and emergency personnel, but a hero … Continue reading

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The Bystander Effect and What it Represents in Society Today

Originally posted on Author Jennifer Chase:
In my Emily Stone Series, my protagonist is a woman who has made the decision to get involved when she knows a crime is being committed. Emily Stone uses her intelligence, her intuition, and…

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Examining the Digits: Uncovering Tough Clues in Crime Investigations

Originally posted on Author Jennifer Chase:
There are forensic scientists discovering and applying new scientific techniques to help solve cases and uncovering clues in cold cases.  Since fingerprints are the most fragile pieces of evidence in a criminal investigation and…

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