In cases of childhood sexual abuse, it is common for victims to have trouble recovering memories. For those looking to investigate and prosecute these cases, the challenge becomes whether victims can recover memories and if they can stand up in court.
Chicago has seen a dramatic upsurge in violent crime and growing community distrust of city leadership and law enforcement. Learn why the agency created the Community Safety Team, but experienced backlash after an incident where officers weren't equipped with body cameras.
In July, hackers breached GEDMatch, an ancestry genealogy site. What impact could this have on law enforcement's ability to use genealogy sites to solve cold cases?
Police must be trained and prepared to respond to a protest and enforce the law when necessary. Learn about intervention and de-escalation tactics.
What circumstantial evidence exists in the unsolved murder of Rebekah Gould and is it enough to obtain a conviction in court? In the fifth and final planned episode of this series, Jennifer Bucholtz shares her list of circumstantial evidence she’s uncovered and who it points to as the most likely suspect.