Early one January morning, four masked men invade a Cleveland home, robbing the inhabitants at gunpoint. But the burglary doesn't go as planned and one of the intruders is shot to death.
A quiet Cleveland neighborhood ignites into a war zone as a gun battle breaks out at night. Chaos ensues as neighbors duck for cover from the barrage of bullets flying back and forth.
Detectives Tim Entenok and Tom Armelli are called to the scene of a grizzly family shooting. Two adults and three young children have been killed.
Many fingerprints are almost impossible to extract when the surface they are on is not smooth. That's when investigators turn to Mikrosil.
Rochester PD employs some of the most advanced technological tools available. If the surveillance cameras are RPD's eyes on the street, Shot Spotter is their ears. Microphones placed throughout the city allow police to recognize and record gunfire and keep a log of the time and location of the shots.
A team of anthropologists and coroners investigate bones found at a crime scene. Through analysis and identification, they are able to determine whether the remains found at the crime scene scientifically share the characteristics of human bone.
With a state of the art control room monitoring over 50 cameras stationed throughout the city, Investigators are able to spot criminal activity on the streets. Each camera records continuously and can read the license plates of passing vehicles.
Forensic Tools: Ground Disturbance Tracking DogSynopsis Jessica Klein and k9 Officer James Turner explain how they use ground disturbance tracking dogs to canvas crime scenes.
Detective Baynes talks about being a dectective.
In a Crime 360 Forensic Tools video, Jessica Kline of Richmond Forensics explains the types of dogs that her team utilizes and Officer James Turner takes a ground disturbance dog out with him on the hunt for a runaway suspect.
Crime 360 video: Dr. Curt Jones shows us how the S.E.M. can identify the smallest particle left at the scene of the crime.
In a Crime 360 video, Forensic Tools, Jessica Kline of Richmond Forensics explains that the Leica System freezes the crime scene in time by using a laser to record millions of data points that provide a 3D image of the crime scene.
Richmond Detective Conrad Simms is introduced in this Crime 360 video, Character Profile. Detective Simms states how he has been in Homicide for 16 years and discusses how he has been involved in almost every kind of investigation.
In a Crime 360 video, meet Cleveland homicide Detective Walley Everett, who has been a policeman for 26 years and who has unfortunately seen terrible things. Formerly from Detroit, Everett was moved to Cleveland to help out the homicide department.
Detective Veverka tells us about why people become police officers, and working with a partner.
In Cleveland, detectives put an eye in the sky to search areas that are too large or too rugged to feasibly search on foot. The helicopter’s cameras use enhanced imaging to zoom in on small areas on the ground and to search for heat signatures.
Two men who live next to each other in a housing project get into a deadly argument. One is shot and killed. Detectives Crewell and Williams take the two men's girlfriends back to headquarters to find out what happened. One story tells of murder, the
In a Crime 360 video, Animating the Crime, Visual Effects Supervisor Eli Jarra of Entity Effects discusses how he and his team recreate 3D versions of the crime from both the victim and murderer?s point of view.
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