Finding the missing and unknown: Novel educational approaches to warming up cold cases

Professor Caroline Sturdy-Colls, Associate Professor Jo Turner, Associate Professor Rachel Bolton-King, Dr Sam Spence and Emma Tilley have co-authored an article with Karsten Bettels (Police Academy Lower Saxony), Dave Grimstead (Locate International), Cheryl Allsop (University of South Wales), Anna Chaussée (University of Winchester), Brendan Chapman (Murdoch University), David Keatley (Murdoch University) and Annette Marquardt (State Attorney Department Verden) on cold cases.

“In recent years, students in police academies and higher education institutions around the world have worked together to analyse cold cases including long-term missing persons cases in collaboration with investigators and prosecutors. In 2020, three European organisations, the Police Expert Network on Missing Persons (PEN-MP), AMBER Alert Europe and Locate International, succeeded in connecting these educational organisations enabling them to work collectively on cases and conduct cold case analyses (CCA) across international borders.”

You can read the article, ‘Finding the missing and unknown: Novel educational approaches to warming up cold cases’ on Science Direct here.

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