Police: Criminal Investigations
Criminal Investigation Defined, The Structure Of Criminal Investigations, Sources Of Information And Evidence In Criminal InvestigationsConclusion
This entry provides an overview of the criminal investigation process and investigative methods. The focus of the discussion is on definitional issues along with the identification and evaluation of the types and sources of information often used in criminal investigations.
This discussion has provided an overview of the criminal investigation process and the role, function, and utility of various types and sources of evidence within the process. With these understandings, one may be able to better appreciate the complexities of criminal evidence and the criminal investigation process.
STEVEN G. BRANDL
See also CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS; ENTRAPMENT; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION: HISTORY; POLICE: HANDLING OF JUVENILES; POLICE: HISTORY; POLICE: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT; POLICE: POLICE OFFICER BEHAVIOR; POLICE: POLICING COMPLAINANTLESS CRIMES; POLICE: PRIVATE POLICE AND INDUSTRIAL SECURITY; POLICE: SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS (SWAT) TEAMS; SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE; URBAN POLICE.
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