Tag Archives: police

Cool Police Tech: 6 Emerging Advancements

Technology has infiltrated just about every aspect of modern life. And the pace by which technology advances is beyond rapid. While new technology – in many instances – improves our lives, it simultaneously enhances the nefarious pursuits of criminals. So, … Continue reading

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War Dogs: The Real Story Behind Police and Military Canines

Dogs are amazing animals. Fierce, loving, loyal and all-around awesome.  They’ve lived among us as companions for over 20,000 years. From the first grey wolves that bonded with ancient hunters to the canines that defended our soldiers on the battlefields … Continue reading

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Forensic Justice: 4 High-Profile Cold Murder Cases Solved by DNA

The continuing development of highly-accurate forensic science techniques is a fascinating study into the evolution of crime fighting and justice. Over the past decade, there’s been an explosion of cold cases being solved through the use of various forensic analysis … Continue reading

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Catch the Killer: 3 Historically Significant Criminal Profilers

Everyone seems to love a good criminal profiler story. A ruthless killer is on the loose. Law enforcement can’t seem to make any progress on the case. Then, some mastermind detective steps in. And using their investigation skills, along with … Continue reading

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KILLER ON THE LOOSE Chapter 15: Nick Bracco #Final #Thriller #MiniBlogSeries

KILLER ON THE LOOSE Final Chapter 15 – Nick Bracco Gary Ponzo Nick put his phone down and fist-bumped Matt.  “Emily found the missing girls,” he said with a big smile. Matt pointed to Karl Saxon who was answering questions … Continue reading

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Social Order: The Historical Evolution of Policing

Throughout civilized history, it has been vital for society to maintain some semblance of order with respect to crime. And, although, in ancient times, there existed no official, organized police function, people still managed to keep crime somewhat under control. … Continue reading

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8 Key Traits of Highly Effective Detectives

For many police officers, acquiring the title of detective is quite an accomplishment. And the reason is simple. As a detective – you have the opportunity to take charge, break the code, and piece together the puzzle of the crime. … Continue reading

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