Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Eric Ray shares some big news and then shares a story about the dictionary. Glenn Langenburg brings another Super Fan into the fold as the Double Loop Podcast website starts to come together and some new research from Australia (see below). They both then revisit the discussion on investigative leads. It’s important to understand the distinction between reporting AFIS hits as preliminary without verification and a true “investigative lead” where there are only limited features in agreement.

This episode is sponsored by Go Evidence Laboratories.

New Research out of Australia

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