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NCJ Number: 147817 Find in a Library
Title: SEVENTH BASIC INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUE
Author(s): R A Nossen
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 50
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Document: PDF
Type: Training (Aid/Material)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The author explains an approach to the investigation of organized crime and white collar crime suspects.
Abstract: The approach, introduced in 1970, features a seventh basic investigative tool in addition to the six age-old techniques used by criminal investigators. If properly applied, it can greatly enhance investigation of cases in which illegal profit and greed are the primary motives-- cases that otherwise would be deferred to the Internal Revenue Service or even dropped. Information about a suspect's financial transactions can also prove useful to solving other cases. Topics covered in this handbook include the net-worth-expenditures principle--what it means, and how it can be used in investigations. Also, there are practical exercises covering various possibilities, and a discussion of certain sources of information: records of banks, stockbrokers, travelers cheques, and major credit cards. 21 illustrations
Main Term(s): Criminology
Index Term(s): Organized crime investigation; Police; White collar crime investigation training
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