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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
robbery
clues
crime
principle
robo
pistas
delito
principio
robbery
robo
clues
pistas
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Criminal Investigation - Lesson 1: Criminal Investigation
Who were the Bow Street Runners?
Why conduct Criminal Research?
Why were the Bow Street Runners import…
Who founded the Bow Street Runners?
The first well-known investigative body in England
Criminal Research is conducted to help improve the methods us…
They were the first modern detective force
Henry Fielding in 1750
Who were the Bow Street Runners?
The first well-known investigative body in England
Why conduct Criminal Research?
Criminal Research is conducted to help improve the methods us…
56 terms
Criminal Investigation
Surveillance
observation of places persons or vehic…
why do we surveillance
Visual surveillance
Clandestne police activity
to obtain evidence concerning identity and activities of susp…
to detect verify criminal criminal activity. identify suspect…
watching people places vehicles
Surveillance
Clandestne police activity
observation of places persons or vehic…
to obtain evidence concerning identity and activities of susp…
339 terms
Criminal Investigation
Thief catchers
2 classes of thief catchers
Constables
Bow street runner
recruited by LE to aid in catching criminals
1-hirelings, whose motivations were mercenary ... 2-social climb…
first police that worked only at night, who were paid by the…
started by Henry Fielding, were the first well-known investig…
Thief catchers
recruited by LE to aid in catching criminals
2 classes of thief catchers
1-hirelings, whose motivations were mercenary ... 2-social climb…
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Investigation
Crime
Corpus Delicti
Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has bee…
act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine, im…
literally means the body or substance of the crime, refers to…
level of proof required to obtain a conviction in a criminal…
Criminal Investigation
process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has bee…
Crime
act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine, im…
44 terms
criminal investigation
Material evidence
relevant evidence
competent evidence
Integrity of evidence
forms a substantive part of the case or has a legitimate and…
applies to the mater in question
has been properly collected, identified, filed and continuous…
refers to the requirement that any item introduced in court m…
Material evidence
forms a substantive part of the case or has a legitimate and…
relevant evidence
applies to the mater in question
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Criminal Investigation
Principle of Parsimony
Deductive Reasoning
Inductive Reasoning
Forensic Pathology
The simplest explanation for an event is normally the correct…
Reasoning that involves the moving from generalities to speci…
Takes a series of specific observations and tries to expand t…
- Establish the cause of Death... - Establishes Time of Death... -…
Principle of Parsimony
The simplest explanation for an event is normally the correct…
Deductive Reasoning
Reasoning that involves the moving from generalities to speci…
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Criminal Investigations Vocabulary
Abandonment
Abuse
Abuse of a Disabled Adult or Elderly P…
Actual Possession
A situation where the parent or legal custodian of a child ha…
Act that results in any [physical] [mental] or [sexual] injur…
Act by a caregiver that significantly impairs or is likely to…
The controlled substance is in the hand of or on the suspect,…
Abandonment
A situation where the parent or legal custodian of a child ha…
Abuse
Act that results in any [physical] [mental] or [sexual] injur…
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Criminal Investigation
Alphonse Bertillon
Thief Takers
Robert Peel
Killing Sprees
Was a French criminologist who first developed this anthropom…
In the 1700's, private police agents, referred to as __, were…
Required that all police officers be issued a badge number, t…
When looking at the types of wrongful deaths, __ involve murd…
Alphonse Bertillon
Was a French criminologist who first developed this anthropom…
Thief Takers
In the 1700's, private police agents, referred to as __, were…
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Criminal Investigation
Means the process of legally gathering…
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
An act or omission forbidden by law an…
Crime and their penalties are establis…
Criminal investigation
Bias
Crime
-State... -Federal statues... -Local ordinances
Means the process of legally gathering…
Criminal investigation
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
Bias
Criminal Investigation
Field Notes
Outline Notes
Verbatim Notes
Preliminary Report
notes taken by an officer at the scene of an investigation
arranges by a subject or time
precise quotes
1st report taken during an investigation, most common type of…
Field Notes
notes taken by an officer at the scene of an investigation
Outline Notes
arranges by a subject or time
Criminal Investigation
Sketches do not replace notes and phot…
Sketches provide a means of documentin…
The crime scene sketch can be used to…
Sketches provide ______ data for crime…
compliment
accurate
illustrate
factual
Sketches do not replace notes and phot…
compliment
Sketches provide a means of documentin…
accurate
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Criminal Investigation
criminal investigation
Bias
Crime
Circumstantial Evidence
is the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that…
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
An act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
Not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
criminal investigation
is the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that…
Bias
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
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Criminal Investigation
Which of the following is not part of…
Questions that must be answered by an…
Some steps in the follow-up investigat…
The NCIC contains many database files…
D) Is there a detailed admission about the suspect?
B) solvability factors.
D) A and B only
A) Unlocated suspect file.
Which of the following is not part of…
D) Is there a detailed admission about the suspect?
Questions that must be answered by an…
B) solvability factors.
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Criminal Investigation
Bias
Crime
Circumstantial Evidence
Complainant
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
An act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
Not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
Person requesting an investigation or that action is taken. I…
Bias
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
Crime
An act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
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Criminal Investigation Exam 2
physical evidence
trace evidence
Paul Kirk
impression evidence
anything with tangible qualities that provides information cr…
evidence not visible to the naked eye
father of modern criminalistics ... developed techniques for gat…
any object that causes an image of itself by penetrating anot…
physical evidence
anything with tangible qualities that provides information cr…
trace evidence
evidence not visible to the naked eye
203 terms
Criminal Investigation
Means the process of legally gathering…
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
An act or omission forbidden by law an…
Crime and their penalties are establis…
Criminal investigation
Bias
Crime
-State... -Federal statues... -Local ordinances
Means the process of legally gathering…
Criminal investigation
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
Bias
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Criminal Investigation
What is robbery?
Characteristics of typical robberies
Residential robberies
Commercial robberies
the felonious taking of anothers property, either directly fr…
committed by strangers ... commited with use of stolen items... com…
occurs in motel rooms, garages, elevator and private homes
stores, jewelry stores, liqour store,
What is robbery?
the felonious taking of anothers property, either directly fr…
Characteristics of typical robberies
committed by strangers ... commited with use of stolen items... com…
638 terms
Criminal Investigation
Means the process of legally gathering…
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
An act or omission forbidden by law an…
Crime and their penalties are establis…
Criminal investigation
Bias
Crime
-State
Means the process of legally gathering…
Criminal investigation
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
Bias
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Criminal Investigation
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
A decoy is:
A criminal investigation involves:
In the Unabomber investigation, which…
When all evidence confirms the guilt of a person
...
Accidental discoveries,The collection of evidence, Decision m…
the manafesto
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
When all evidence confirms the guilt of a person
A decoy is:
...
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Criminal Investigation Ch.17
Adware
Biometrics
Computer crime
Computer virus
...a type of spyware used by advertisers to gather consumer a…
... The statistical study of biological data such as fingerpr…
... That which involves the addition deletion change or left…
...a computer program created specifically to infect other pr…
Adware
...a type of spyware used by advertisers to gather consumer a…
Biometrics
... The statistical study of biological data such as fingerpr…
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Vocabulary About Criminal minds Investigation
Criminal Scene Investigation
Crime
Scene
Naval Criminal Investigative Service
การตรวจที่เกิดเหตุ
การกระทำที่ผิดศีลธรรม
ฉาก,ภาพ,เหตุการ์ณ
หน่วยสืบสวนสอบสวนอาชญกรรมแห่งนาวิกโยธิน
Criminal Scene Investigation
การตรวจที่เกิดเหตุ
Crime
การกระทำที่ผิดศีลธรรม
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Criminal Investigation
Dactylography
Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Enderby Cases
The study and comparison of fingerprints as a means of crimin…
A nucleic acid consisting of the molecules that carry the bod…
Federal Agency created in 1973, responsible for enforcing law…
Two rape-murder cases in England that involved the first use…
Dactylography
The study and comparison of fingerprints as a means of crimin…
Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)
A nucleic acid consisting of the molecules that carry the bod…
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Criminal Investigation
Forensic Pathology
Reactive Response
Proactive Response
Thief catchers: Hirelings & Social cli…
A sub-specialty of pathology that focuses on determining the…
Addressing crimes that have already happened
Conducted before a crime to prevent it
Thief catchers were recruited from the streets with hirelings…
Forensic Pathology
A sub-specialty of pathology that focuses on determining the…
Reactive Response
Addressing crimes that have already happened
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Criminal Investigation
The duty of one party to establish the…
One party must convince a judge or jur…
A defense to a criminal charge is in w…
A ruling my the judge based on the evi…
The Burden Of Proof
Burden Of Persuasion
Affirmative Defense
Direct Verdict
The duty of one party to establish the…
The Burden Of Proof
One party must convince a judge or jur…
Burden Of Persuasion
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Criminal Investigation- Chapter 4
Integrated Automated Fingerprint Ident…
3 Types of Fingerprints
Latent or Patent Fingerprints
Plastic Fingerprints
Computer composites of fingerprint records
1. Latent or Patent... 2. Plastic... 3. Visible or Dust
Invisible and developed with a fingerprint process
* Person touches a plastic like material and leaves an impres…
Integrated Automated Fingerprint Ident…
Computer composites of fingerprint records
3 Types of Fingerprints
1. Latent or Patent... 2. Plastic... 3. Visible or Dust
57 terms
Criminal Investigation
3 major scientific systems of biometri…
Objectives of criminal investigations
Two major components off criminal law
Three essential ingredients of arrest
1. Anthropometry (physical measurements). 2. Dactylography (f…
1. Discover the truth 2. Establish a crime was actually commi…
Substantive criminal law - elements that describe and define…
Intention, authority, custody.
3 major scientific systems of biometri…
1. Anthropometry (physical measurements). 2. Dactylography (f…
Objectives of criminal investigations
1. Discover the truth 2. Establish a crime was actually commi…
194 terms
Criminal Investigation
Means the process of legally gathering…
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
An act or omission forbidden by law an…
Crime and their penalties are establis…
Criminal investigation
Bias
Crime
-State... -Federal statues... -Local ordinances
Means the process of legally gathering…
Criminal investigation
Means a highly personal and unreasoned…
Bias
80 terms
Criminal Investigation
What is robbery?
Characteristics of typical robberies
Residential robberies
Commercial robberies
the felonious taking of anothers property, either directly fr…
committed by strangers ... commited with use of stolen items... com…
occurs in motel rooms, garages, elevator and private homes
stores, jewelry stores, liqour store,
What is robbery?
the felonious taking of anothers property, either directly fr…
Characteristics of typical robberies
committed by strangers ... commited with use of stolen items... com…
91 terms
Criminal investigation
criminal investigation
Evidence
Fact
Proof beyond a reasonable doubt
The process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
Anything to be offered in court to prove the truth or falsity…
Something known to be true
Level of proof required to obtain a conviction in a criminal…
criminal investigation
The process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
Evidence
Anything to be offered in court to prove the truth or falsity…
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Criminal Investigation- Chapter 4
Integrated Automated Fingerprint Ident…
3 Types of Fingerprints
Latent or Patent Fingerprints
Plastic Fingerprints
Computer composites of fingerprint records
1. Latent or Patent... 2. Plastic... 3. Visible or Dust
Invisible and developed with a fingerprint process
* Person touches a plastic like material and leaves an impres…
Integrated Automated Fingerprint Ident…
Computer composites of fingerprint records
3 Types of Fingerprints
1. Latent or Patent... 2. Plastic... 3. Visible or Dust
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Criminal investigation study guide
3rd degree felony
CART
$150
There must be a clear indication of ab…
If the suspect has a third conviction for petit theft, the co…
___ is a multi-agency child abduction team that permits law e…
A worthless check offense is a misdemeanor unless the amount…
To active the Florida AMBER Plan, what condition must exist.
3rd degree felony
If the suspect has a third conviction for petit theft, the co…
CART
___ is a multi-agency child abduction team that permits law e…
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 8
Proactive investigations typically inv…
What informant's information is probab…
What types of informants provide infor…
What is the best recommendation for ma…
Vise Crimes
Criminals and their associates
The perversely motivated informant
Frequent personal contact with them
Proactive investigations typically inv…
Vise Crimes
What informant's information is probab…
Criminals and their associates
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Chapter 1 Criminal Investigation
civil liability
community policing
crime
crime mapping
person's degree of risk of being sued; any person acting unde…
philosophy that the police must work with the community throu…
act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine, im…
focuses on the location of crimes—the hot spots where most cr…
civil liability
person's degree of risk of being sued; any person acting unde…
community policing
philosophy that the police must work with the community throu…
40 terms
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Investigation
Crime
Circumstantial Evidence
Corpus delecti
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
an act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
means the body or substance of the crime.
Criminal Investigation
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
Crime
an act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
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Criminal Investigation Ch. 1
analysis
arrest
reasonable doubt
circumstantial evidence
rendering information into a form that allows it to be used
cause to stop; bring into custody
The level of certainty a juror must have to find a defendant…
not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
analysis
rendering information into a form that allows it to be used
arrest
cause to stop; bring into custody
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Criminal Investigation Basic
crime
criminal law
prosecutor
defendant
A violation of criminal law for which some governmental autho…
The body of law used when one is charged with a criminal acti…
the person who does the accusing in a criminal trial, speakin…
In a criminal action, the person or party accused of an offen…
crime
A violation of criminal law for which some governmental autho…
criminal law
The body of law used when one is charged with a criminal acti…
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Criminal Investigation Test Final
Neil v. Briggers
Kirby rule
graham v connor
U.S. v Wade
5 factors of reliability ... 1.opportunity of the witness to vie…
A person who has not been formally charged with an offense is…
Use of force guidelines 1. Whether suspect poses an immediate…
Line up is a critical stage, this case the line up was after…
Neil v. Briggers
5 factors of reliability ... 1.opportunity of the witness to vie…
Kirby rule
A person who has not been formally charged with an offense is…
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Chapter 7 Criminal Investigations Vocabulary
Assault
Battery
Deadly weapon
Credible threat
Involves verbal threats without physical contact.
Move violence into the realm of physical contact, which is mo…
If the suspect uses or threatens to use it in a way likely to…
Is a threat made with the intent to cause the person, who is…
Assault
Involves verbal threats without physical contact.
Battery
Move violence into the realm of physical contact, which is mo…
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Criminal Investigation Ch. 14
Burls
Confidence Game
Corporate Crime
Cramming
The large gnarly root at the base of walnut trees, sought aft…
obtains money or property by a trick, device or swindle that…
crimes committed either by a corporation or by individuals ac…
billing consumers for unauthorized, misleading, or deceptive…
Burls
The large gnarly root at the base of walnut trees, sought aft…
Confidence Game
obtains money or property by a trick, device or swindle that…
35 terms
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Investigation
Bias
Crime
Circumstantial Evidence
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgement
An act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
Not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
Criminal Investigation
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
Bias
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgement
9 terms
Criminal investigation
Blinded presentation
Blind presentation (double blind)
Area search (5) methods
Suspect description by victim/witness
Presenter knows who the suspect is
Presenter does not know who the suspect is
Grid... Circular... Strip (best)... Spiral... Point to point
Sex... Race... Age... Height... Weight... Build... Hair color, length, style... Fa…
Blinded presentation
Presenter knows who the suspect is
Blind presentation (double blind)
Presenter does not know who the suspect is
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Criminal Investigation Ch. 21
Adversary system
Bench trial
Brackets
Brady rule
The justice system used in the United States; establishes cle…
A trial before the judge without a jury.
A testimony tactic that allows the witness some leeway and he…
Entitles the accused to information as provided by the statut…
Adversary system
The justice system used in the United States; establishes cle…
Bench trial
A trial before the judge without a jury.
69 terms
Criminal Investigation
Arrest
Arrest Warrant
When is a arrest warrant required?
Exceptions to the arrest warrant
When a person is taken into custody for the purpose of prosec…
A writ based on probable cause that is issued by a magistrate…
Police to enter a home ... the police to see an arrest in a 3rd…
Exigent circumstances... consent
Arrest
When a person is taken into custody for the purpose of prosec…
Arrest Warrant
A writ based on probable cause that is issued by a magistrate…
68 terms
Criminal Investigation
AMBER Alert
NCMEC
Confidential Informants
Hammered informant
Created as a way to disseminate information about a child abd…
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children "have you…
Those who actively assist law enforcement in an ongoing capac…
coerced by the police to provide information
AMBER Alert
Created as a way to disseminate information about a child abd…
NCMEC
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children "have you…
6 terms
Criminal Investigation
Arrest
Book
Evidence
Testimonial Evidence
The initial step in the criminal justice process, in which th…
To enter into police records a suspect's name and the crime f…
Proof;witness' testimony; written statements or physical obje…
Statements that witnesses make under oath, usually at trial.
Arrest
The initial step in the criminal justice process, in which th…
Book
To enter into police records a suspect's name and the crime f…
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Investigation process
goals of criminal investigation
Functions of investigators
Criminalist
The process of discovering, collecting, preparing, identifyin…
1. Determine whether a crime has been committed.... 2. Legally…
Provide emergency assistance... Secure crime scene ... Testify in c…
specialist trained in recording, identifying, and interpretin…
Criminal Investigation process
The process of discovering, collecting, preparing, identifyin…
goals of criminal investigation
1. Determine whether a crime has been committed.... 2. Legally…
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Criminal Investigation Ch. 2
Backing
Baseline Method
Compass-Point Method
Competent Photograph
marking photographs on their back with a felt-tip pen or labe…
Establishes a straight line from one fixed point to another f…
measures the angles between two lines
a photograph that accurately represents what it purports to r…
Backing
marking photographs on their back with a felt-tip pen or labe…
Baseline Method
Establishes a straight line from one fixed point to another f…
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
3 WAYS TO SUBMIT EVIDENCE
STORAGE BASICS
PLANT SUBMISSION
BIOHAZARD EVIDENCE INCLUDES
IN PERSON... DROP BOX... MAIL (APPROVED CARRIERS ONLY)
DRY- ROOM TEMPERATURE... LIQUID- REFRIGERATE... FROZEN- TISSUE, TEE…
ALL PLANTS MUST BE THOROUGHLY DRIED
SYRINGES... SHARP OBJECTS... ITEMS FROM BODY CAVITY... BLOOD SPATTER... A…
3 WAYS TO SUBMIT EVIDENCE
IN PERSON... DROP BOX... MAIL (APPROVED CARRIERS ONLY)
STORAGE BASICS
DRY- ROOM TEMPERATURE... LIQUID- REFRIGERATE... FROZEN- TISSUE, TEE…
182 terms
Criminal Investigation
Bias
Criminal Investigation
Crime
Circumstantial Evidence
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
An act or omission forbidden by law and punishable by a fine,…
Not based on actual personal knowledge or observation of the…
Bias
A highly personal and unreasoned distortion of judgment.
Criminal Investigation
the process of legally gathering evidence of a crime that has…
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