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How to Catch a Killer : The Forensics of Crime

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ISBN: 9781789466973
AuthorGallop, Angela
Pub Date29/08/2024
BindingTrade PB
CountryIRL
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Quick overview However gifted a particular forensic scientist or police officer might be, crimes are solved by teams, not individuals. In this unique and fascinating book, world-renowned forensic scientist Dr Angela Gallop and highly acclaimed former Detective Chief Superintendent and Head of CID for West Yorkshire Police Chris Gregg provide intriguing insights into some of the many cases they have helped to solve as well as looking at other high-profile cases where their individual skills could have saved time - and lives.
€17.61

For the first time Chris and Angela have come together to share their bespoke perspectives on the art and science of policing.

They will look at various areas of law enforcement and consider how best their own expertise was - or could have been - deployed. A joint venture by two leading proponents in the international fight against serious crime. One representing the views, the history and the procedures of the police.

The other representing the peak achievements of forensic science. Two voices. Two areas of expertise.

One goal: To catch a killer...

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For the first time Chris and Angela have come together to share their bespoke perspectives on the art and science of policing.

They will look at various areas of law enforcement and consider how best their own expertise was - or could have been - deployed. A joint venture by two leading proponents in the international fight against serious crime. One representing the views, the history and the procedures of the police.

The other representing the peak achievements of forensic science. Two voices. Two areas of expertise.

One goal: To catch a killer...

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