At the end of last month, I wrote a post outlining what a uniform response officer would do when initially attending a crime scene where a murder has taken place. (You can find that first post Here.) Today I’m going to talk about what the investigating detectives are going to look at when they turn […]
What To Do When Attending A Crime Scene
Back in May I wrote a post on the working relationships of police officers and stated that it would be the first in a series of posts on policing. I haven’t yet followed up on that. This is now that second post. And from now on, I shall try to be a bit more regular […]
Police Working Relationships
Two weeks ago I told you I’d recently retired from the police having served just over 15 years. It was a medical retirement so it wasn’t a choice, more a life necessity. Today I’m going to start a series of posts talking about policing. What it’s really like. So, hopefully, if you love crime fiction […]
Police Horse Training – Tougher Than Getting Into The Navy Seals!
In the world of crime fiction, we hear a lot of talk about the protagonist, usually a police detective, the background and history of them and who they rely on within their roles. Usually of the human kind. But what about the equine police element. Ever wonder how they are trained and how difficult it […]
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