Denial Presentation II

Denial Presentation II - Taking Control of Denial and...

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Taking Control of Denial and Defeat Alicia Deal CJ 694 Serial Murder Dr. Robert Keppel Sam Houston State University
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Summary a Advance Planning l Investigating Related Cases l Consistency in Personnel Allocation l Communications and Media Relations l Media Liaison l Internal Communications l Communications Can Make Serendipity Happen l Case Review l The Model
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Introduction a Problems of Denial and Defeat plague Task Force investigations l Question: What are the positive, proactive steps that need to be taken in order to overcome these problems? l Answer: Mulitiagency Investigative Team(MAIT)--a multiagency investigative team approach l “This agency recognizes that the pooling and coordination of resources among regional law enforcement and criminal justice agencies are often the most effective and efficient means of investigating selected major crimes” (MAIT- Model Policy, 1994).
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Advance Planning a The single most critical problem: official and collective denial of serial killer's existence l Be Prepared l The creation of an organizational structure that would be prepared for when a serial killer is recognized and acknowledged l organizational guidelines for how the agency will handle the investigation
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