Between the Chalk Lines: Perspective of a Female Detective

I’ve been waiting for this for a long time—to be able to talk with a female detective. I first got to chat with her during #cclivechat on Twitter and now she is here with us on Criminal Lines.

Between the Chalk Lines: Warming Up to Cold Cases

Today, I welcome as my guest, veteran Detective Sergeant Joe Giacalone. He’s commanding officer of a cold case squad and the author of the book titled The Criminal Investigative Function: A Guide for New Investigators.

Between the Chalk Lines: Forensically Speaking

Please welcome this evening, true crime author, Ken Lang. He is a 22 year law enforcement veteran and has served the last 15 years as a detective in the Criminal Investigation Division.

In addition to his current investigative assignment, Ken is also an active Forensic Artist, providing police agencies with composite sketches, post-mortem and age-enhancement drawings, and skull reconstructions.

Interview With Poet Michael Graves

In my own opinion, I don’t believe we take enough time to celebrate the art of poetry. I agonized over writing a post or doing an interview. Finally, I decided that an interview with a poet would be beneficial to all of us.

So, I tracked down my friend and asked him if he could do an interview and after a few days of playing email tag, I was happy to see he’d replied, yes.

Thank you, Michael.


Stay Focused and Give it Your ALL.

Here's a little inspiration!

Crime Writers’ Panel 11-2-12: Online Workshop

If you missed the free online workshop back in November ~ Here’s your chance to see it…

Crime Writers’ Workshop on Google+

Tonight is the night and I just wanted to send out reminders that there are four ways that you can contact the panel members during tonight’s workshop.

Crime Writers’ Panel Now on Google+

As a crime writer, nothing is more frustrating while doing research on the internet and not receiving an answer.

Crime Writers’ Panel for Upcoming Workshop

On November 2, 2012, Joe Giacalone and I will be hosting a FREE crime writers’ online workshop with the best investigators in law enforcement and forensics live on Google+ at 8pm eastern time.

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