Ch 06 - THE FOLLOW UP Types of information important to the...

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THE FOLLOW UP Types of information important to the investigator Incident report/supplement reports Leads Neighborhood canvas Re-interview victims / witnesses Book in reports Data bases
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The Follow up cont. These reports answer many questions such as how, what, when, where, and why They generally also include witness statements.
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FIELD INTERVIEW/INFORMATION REPORTS A field interview/information card (FI Cards) is filled out when patrolling officers identify persons or vehicles that are suspicious to them but are not connected to any particular offense. (Source: Courtesy Springfield, Missouri, Police Department)
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INVESTIGATIVE SOLVABILITY FACTORS Factors used to screen and evaluate the info in an offense report to determine if there is sufficient information to warrant an arrest Can the identity of the suspect/s be established through: Can a suspect be named Can a suspect be identified Can a suspect be described Is there another reason which leads you to believe that the offense should be
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course CJUS 4346 taught by Professor Moyle during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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Ch 06 - THE FOLLOW UP Types of information important to the...

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