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Missing Person/Cold Case Investigations

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Hosting Agency:

NESPIN

Location of  Training:

124 Grove Street

Franklin, MA 02038

Dates: August 17-18, 2017
Registration/Check-in:

Thursday, August 17, 2017

7:30AM - 8:00AM

Class Hours: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Recommended Hotel: TBA
Directions: www.mapquest.com
 
 

This 2-day course addresses two of the most frustrating scenarios that investigators can face in their careers, the person they could not find and the case they could not solve.

The first challenge a responding officer will encounter when receiving a missing person call is dealing with the fact that there is no obvious reason why the person has disappeared. Was there foul play? Was there an accident? Was the child a runaway? In the case of children, there should never be a conclusion that there probably is a good reason, until it has been proved by the child's return that there was one.  There has to be an immediate, well organized plan put in place to locate the child.  Your efforts to find the child are critical. In these emotional cases, you will be judged more on what you didn't do, than what you did do.

The FBI's Uniform Crime Report states that the "clearance rate" for homicide's 64.1 percent. That equates to a 1 in 3 chance that if a person is murdered in the United States, their murderer will not be identified by police. To put that in perspective, it is estimated that in our country there are over 200,000 unsolved murders. Why do they go unsolved? What more can be done? What efforts should be pursued? This course explores these questions and so much more that can aid the investigator in past Cold Cases and strategies to prevent future murders from being placed in the Cold Case file. Family members over time may accept the fact that their loved ones were murdered, but without your efforts, closure is not possible neither is the uncertainty that the murderer, isn't walking amongst them. 

 

Who should attend this course:

Patrol officers, newly assigned detectives and detective supervisors, crime scene technicians, and those interested in understanding their role as first responding officer.  This class may also interest experienced officers in regard to the latest investigatory procedures in unattended death scenes.

Content:

Day 1

 

  • Introduction to CART - What is it?
  • What does it have to do with Cold Cases?
  • Missing Children - Statistical Information
  • Case Solvability - Missing and Abducted Children
  • Motivational Factors
  • False Reports
  • Developmental Concerns
  • Victimology
  • Case Studies
  • Suspect ology
  • Crim Scene Analysis
  • Offender Typology
  • Pre-Peri-Post Offender Behavior
  • Heating Up Cold Cases
  • Solvability Factors
  • "Just One Piece Campaign"Cold Cases

 

Day 2

 

  • Cold Cases - What are They?
  • Historical Perspectives
  • Cold Cases - How Did They Get That Way?
  • Cold Case Squads
  • Understanding Homicide
  • Typologies
  • The Evaluation Process
  • Victimology
  • Investigative Strategies

 

 

     
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 299 US

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