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Monday, June 9, 2014

Developing an Investigative Plan

By Michelle Hoffmann
 Each crime that is committed, while the crime itself may be individual in nature, can be investigated by breaking it down and using the same step by step process.  An example of this process in action could be the string of daytime robberies which have been occurring in one area of City X.  They can be investigated by using these steps as the basis for the creation of a strategic operational plan which can be followed by the investigating officers to ensure a complete and comprehensive analysis and determine if there is a pattern or if these robberies are even connected.  The plan would look something like the following:   
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