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Title: Police book and house protection shield manual
12 Months: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Dawkins, William Aaron, 1881- Cahalane, Cornelius Francis, 1875- Police rehearse and treatment
Topics: Home defense league, New York Drill and minor strategies Police
Publisher: New York, E.P. Dutton & Company
Contributing Library: Prelinger Library
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our item, and attempt to determine whatever you can of thecircumstances surrounding the theft, so the membersof the Department who take within the situation from your own reportwill be able to continue intelligently. If you do not make amemorandum of all of the product details, it’s going to be necessaryto send another officer to find all of them out ahead of the Depart-ment can continue effectively. Significant amounts of wisdom is employed on scene ofthe crime. It may possibly be discovered that in the event that you arrest the thiefon suspicion instantly, and before adequate evidencehas already been obtained to justify it, he’ll escape belief;for, whenever a crook understands he could be suspected, he can maybe not doanything to corroborate those suspicions. This kind of a cir-cumstance, you need to immediately telephone the reality tothe station-house in order for a detective can be assigned to thecase. Being in plain clothes, along with his identity unknown,he can secure evidence that you simply, together with your office understood,might never be able to get. 139 POLICE RESEEVE AND RESIDENCE DEFENSE GUARD
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