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Man Tracking In Law Enforcement Paperback – 2015
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This book is directed at the many uses of visual tracking in Law Enforcement. The author has applied this science of tracking throughout his law enforcement career and supported his teachings through actual case short stories. Simple and to the point. A wealth of knowledge about a science overlooked by most criminal justice departments and their training. A valuable force multiplier in both urban and rural settings promoting thorough investigations, officer safety and proper technique for rural operations in intelligence gathering, tracking armed and dangerous persons or search and rescue. Your most important resource is a well trained officer.
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He has a way to boil years of experience into well articulated simplistic teachings where the novice can understand the teaching points while the seasoned tracker can pick up on finer points that are best understood with dirt time under their belts. This book is a must for a well rounded study of tracking.
Wanted to let you know that I have read your book in two days. Finally a book not about combat tracking, but police tracking from an actual police officer with experience. Although there's litterly an ocean between our two jobs, it was nice to learn from your experiences which where totally regornizable.
I used the chapter about the difference between the different types of tracking extensively. So our Forensics guys do not feel threathend about our findings. Even stronger still, last I was asked to walk a track and I found a secondairy Crime Scene. With the wallet and phone of the suspect! I could give my findings to the crime scene unit and they will go further with it.
I also followed your advice and made contact with our district attorny and arranged a meeting. Becouse I was involved in multiple successes in which I could determine a offence, there was some difficulty with filing it in a good rapport. Also becouse its all new. A couple of student which study the effect of tracking on daily police work will join. So thanks to your advice I hope that tracking will not be an "art" but a skill which our judges have confidence.
My instructor was enthousiast about the book and if its correct will have allready contacted you about buying the book.
Thanks for everything and if you like I can keep you informed.
Please pay no attention to any grammar or language mistakes. I am writing this in the field after a couple of nightshifts.
Greetings from Rotterdam,
Dennis de Jongste
Police Department of Rotterdam