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By Brian Lane

All through historical past, there were criminals infamous for his or her crimes and judges recognized for upholding the legislation. This impressive number of especially commissioned photos exhibits how those crimes have been devoted, detected and judged. due to the fact that Cain murdered Abel societies have constructed legislation that dictate the methods humans may still behave. in spite of the fact that, each land has its lawbreakers from the assassins of historical Rome to the web pirates of this day. even though crime has persevered, the technique of detecting crimes became extra effective because the improvement of forensic technology. See how lines of blood, dust, or dermis, and strands of hair or fibers have resulted in the id of a felony

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Ninety-five percent of a frogman’s work is done in zero visibility, relying entirely on touch. Divers recover not only weapons but also vehicles and bodies. Armor to protect hands in close combat Possible murder weapon CROWD CONTROL In any situation where rioting crowds cannot be managed by regular police, specially trained€and equipped officers are sent to the scene to restore order. In Japan, the riot police squad (above) is known for its efficiency. HIGHWAY PATROL High speed and maneuverability have made motorcycles an essential vehicle for the€police.

Müller claimed that€while he left the car to remove a hedgehog from the road, the vehicle burst into flames, killing his wife. Remains of a gasoline can found in the car and proof that Müller had been having a love affair suggested arson. Müller was found guilty of murder and€sentenced to six years in prison. IDENTIFYING THE GASES Officers use Dräger tubes to identify gases in the air. A tube of chemicals is€inserted in the pump. Air is sucked through the tube by pressing the pump. If a€gas is present, the chemicals will change color.

Officer’s raincoat is kept in this leather pouch Police horses are exposed to loud recordings of crowds and bands to get them€used€to noise Riders spend half their working week grooming horses and cleaning their equipment MOUNTED POLICE Many countries have a mounted police branch, usually used to control crowds and to perform ceremonial duties. The first British horse patrol was a pair of mounted Bow Street Runners (p. 10) in 1763. In 1805, a larger patrol was introduced. ” Today London’s Metropolitan Police has a patrol of about 200 horses.

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