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Investigative Psychology: The Canter Approach. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Bringing Method to the Madness. His office processes about 16,000 investigations every year. The book has the benefit of both a terrific writer and an expert who can offer wonderful insights into criminal investigation from his many years as a professional. Author by : Andrew J. The Courts and the Polygraph.
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