Jane Doe No More

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Ed MooreChief of Police
Saratoga, NY

During my thirty-two years in law enforcement I've concluded that sexual assault investigations are among the most difficult yet important crimes a police officer will investigate in their career. These assaults are very personal in nature, leaving the victim physically and emotionally traumatized, and pose special considerations for an investigative strategy by officers tasked with solving the crime and bringing the responsible offender to justice.

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Neil O'Leary

Mayor, City of Waterbury

Formerly Chief of Police, Waterbury, CT

As a law enforcement official for over 27 years I have seen a great deal of change with regard to the handling of sexual assault crimes. There have been tremendous advancements in forensic technology, and the police are better trained and more sensitive to the needs of the victims than ever before. However, it is an ongoing process and I believe more needs to be done.


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