Karin Ahrman, who has a 13-year-old son, received a flyer in her mailbox notifying her that a registered sex offender had moved in a few houses away. She talks to us about her fight to inform her community about their need for vigilance against sexual offenders.
Deb Davis of Paws With a Cause, a group that works with six Michigan Department of Corrections facilities to train service and assistance dogs, talks to us about how inmates train the dogs and what inmates and prisons get out of their program.
One of the most important jobs for investigators who find a fresh corpse at a crime scene is to narrow the window for time of death so detectives can better zero in on suspects. But ascertaining time of death is easier said than done.
Captain Roger Sankerdial, now 16 years into his service and working out of the 114th precinct in Astoria, Queens, shares the experience of being deployed on September 11, a mere ten weeks after beginning his police training, with writer Adam Janos.