Joseph Giacolone is a veteran Detective Sergeant and Commanding Officer of a Cold Case Squad that has investigated hundreds of homicides and missing persons. Joe is also the author of the Criminal Investigative Function: A Guide for New Investigators. A decorated officer who won the Medal of Valor, he’s also an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice where he teaches courses in Criminal Justice and Criminal Investigation. Last time he appeared, our very-engaging guest touched upon the area of witness and suspect interviews, using incredible examples ripped from headlines we all know. Joe was nice enough to agree to return for an entire program dedicated to police interrogation in theory and practice, and if you didn’t get to hear him before, don’t dare miss his fascinating and entertaining encore!
This will take place, as usual, at the Muhlenberg Library, with the program beginning by 6:30pm. Address and more details at the Chapter Meetings page. This will be a joint meeting with MWA-NY, and is free and open to the public.
See you Thursday for Interrogation: A Command Performance!