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Believe No One By Roy Herridge

Believe No One
by Roy Herridge

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When Roy Herridge retired from the Metropolitan Police he possessed the most commendations for police work ever awarded to a UK police officer. This account of his experiences shows not only the nuts and bolts of detective work, but also the use of new techniques such as DNA fingerprinting.
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Believe No One by Roy Herridge

When Roy Herridge retired from the Metropolitan Police in 1991 he possessed the most commendations for police work ever awarded to a UK police officer. The cases he handled included the Ealing vicarage rape, the starving to death of four-year-old Heidi Koseda, the first black supergrass (Errol Walker), and Operation Shampoo - a drugs-ring case from which Herridge was ordered to withdraw and about which he still feels bitter. This account of his experiences in the force shows not only the nuts and bolts of detective work, but also the use of new techniques such as DNA fingerprinting and psycholgical profiling.

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Believe No One by Roy Herridge
Roy Herridge
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Little, Brown & Company
1993-09-09
246
0316905631
9780316905633
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