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Vevay Police Department has new faces, busy year during 2017 …

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Case of the dead cats in condominium: Veterinary Department collects evidence and carcasses

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 7 ― With the precision of a Crime Scene Investigation forensics team, several personnel from the Veterinary Department collected evidence of the alleged poisoning of several cats at the Sri Kenangan Condominium in Wangsa Maju last Friday.

Acting on a complaint by residents, they arrived in a four-wheel drive bearing the logo of the department and their equipment included a weighing scale, gloves and evidence bags.

Several dead cats and kittens were found in the condominium on New Year’s Day. However, this was not the first case of dead cats found in the compound.

Over the course of several months, a total of 19 cats and several birds have been discovered in the condominium leading some residents to believe a serial cat killer lived among them.

https://sg.news.yahoo.com/case-dead-cats-condominium-veterinary-department-collects-evidence-232300490.html

Police Department gives tour of headquarters – Wilmington Star News

The tours were held Tuesday and Thursday as part of October’s Crime Prevention Month.

WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Police Department opened it’s doors for tours to the community this week.

The tours were held Tuesday and Thursday as part of October’s Crime Prevention Month.

“We realized people are really curious about what’s happening in this building, so we decided to offer some tours,” said WPD spokeswoman Linda Rawley Thompson. WPD moved into its current headquarters on Bess Street in late 2006.

Rawley Thompson led the tour through the 60,000 square foot facility that includes Crime Scene Investigation offices, holding cells, The Sting Center and interrogation rooms.

“(My son) is in a phase now where he’s all about police and crooks and when he’s playing with his Legos it’s always some sort of crime going in the police Lego land, we saw this on Facebook and said

Read more at: http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171012/police-department-gives-tour-of-headquarters

Police Department gives tour of headquarters

The tours were held Tuesday and Thursday as part of October’s Crime Prevention Month.

WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Police Department opened it’s doors for tours to the community this week.

The tours were held Tuesday and Thursday as part of October’s Crime Prevention Month.

“We realized people are really curious about what’s happening in this building, so we decided to offer some tours,” said WPD spokeswoman Linda Rawley Thompson. WPD moved into its current headquarters on Bess Street in late 2006.

Rawley Thompson led the tour through the 60,000 square foot facility that includes Crime Scene Investigation offices, holding cells, The Sting Center and interrogation rooms.

“(My son) is in a phase now where he’s all about police and crooks and when he’s playing with his Legos it’s always some sort of crime going in the police Lego land, we saw this on Facebook and said

Read more at: http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171012/police-department-gives-tour-of-headquarters

University of Indianapolis Department of Criminal Justice celebrates 45th anniversary

UIndy hosted the Indianapolis-Marion County Forensics Services Agency for a training exercise on Thursday, August 17, 2017. (Photo: D. Todd Moore, University of Indianapolis)

The University of Indianapolis Department of Criminal Justice marks an important milestone during Homecoming Weekend. The University is celebrating the department’s 45th anniversary, making it one of the longest-running criminal justice programs in the state.

An anniversary celebration will be held from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, at the President’s Home (4051 Otterbein Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 46227). Register here for this event.

Guests will learn about the future Criminal Justice Education Lab, which will provide a space for training simulations for UIndy students as well as city police departments and investigators. Students, faculty and alumni are invited to enjoy special crime lab activities with long-time faculty member Dennis Williams, new faculty member Bruce Biggs and University of Indianapolis President Emeritus Gene

Read more at: http://news.uindy.edu/2017/09/29/university-of-indianapolis-department-of-criminal-justice-celebrates-45th-anniversary/

Los Alamos Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division Driven To Solve Cases

Los Alamos Police Det. Sgt. James Rodriguez is proud of the Department’s Criminal Investigations Division. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com

Los Alamos Police Department Det. Sgt. James Rodriguez remembers police officers coming to speak as guests at his high school in Loving and says he found what they had to say about the job intriguing. Even when he studied mechanical engineering at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., law enforcement was always in the back of his mind.

Rodriguez returned to New Mexico after a year and because he was still not old enough to be a police officer, he became a detention officer at the Dona Ana County Detention Center and soon went on to graduate from the Las Cruces Police Department’s Training Academy in 2004.

In 2005, Rodriguez and his wife Darlene moved to Los Alamos where they both

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