hot spots where crime occurs.
developing leads through the use of city maps and districts.
the use of maps to direct officers to the scene.
triangulating cell phone usage with criminal activity.
motion to allow discovery from defense.
to establish that a crime was committed
to establish when the crime was committed
to identify who committed the crime
to punish the offender
expedient in scope.
narrow in scope.
broad in scope.
prearranged by warrant.
sneezing and destroying the print.
selecting the wrong powder.
in flagrante delicto
identify the person who is to be arrested.
identify those responsible for a crime and eliminate the innocent from suspicion.
ensure proper punishment.
eliminate the innocent.
interview all witnesses at once.
give first consideration to eyewitnesses.
give the Miranda warning first.
interview the victim or complainant first.
two to three individuals.
four to five individuals.
six to seven individuals.
five to ten individuals.
that race can be considered among other factors to use in developing suspects
that only agents of the same race as a suspect can work undercover to avoid racism charges
that race can never be used as a factor in developing suspects
that racial profiling is always illegal
increases in frequency.
increases in severity.
increases in both severity and frequency.
decreases in both severity and frequency.
two of the three.
all three, plus intent.
the international implications.
the need for labor.
the individual’s freedom of choice.
whether trust can be established between the victim and the investigator.
whether the victim is willing to prosecute.
the investigator’s willingness to accept a blind report.
whether the victim is willing to commit immediately to an investigation.
signs of malnourishment
records from 911 call centers
an unreasonable delay in seeking medical attention, because the injuries may have been caused by abuse
all of these choices
begging and stealing food.
being wary of adults.
frequent hunger and poor hygiene.
recover or protect property.
apprehend the hostage taker.
none of these choices.
They are committed by strangers rather than by acquaintances.
The offender lives within a few miles (five or ten) of the robbery.
Youths committing them tend to operate in groups and to use strong-arm tactics more frequently than do adults.
Middle-aged and older people tend to be the victims.
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