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Interview with Police Psychologist Dr. Mike Webster on son of a Vancouver millionaire Graham McMynn's kidnapping in Vancouver in 2006. Dr.Webster: I think it is important to remember that the cooperative witness or the informant regardless of the issues of reliability of their testimony still remain the primary source of investigative leads for the police and I think in the McMynn case from the outset their were an abundance of investigative leads. Q: What cases are best suited for releasing a photo or calling on the public for help really go full out as in the case in Armstrong? Dr.Webster: Again... click for more    (ID • 1783)

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mike webster police psychologist mcmynn kidnapping vancouver people crime law abductors investigation media television information www.realworldtelevision.com kelowna cameraman gary moore photojournalism www.realworldphotographs.com www.garymoorephotography.com okanagan videographer stock video archive www.realworldimage.com british columbia criminal investigations
Interview with Police Psychologist Dr. Mike Webster on son of a Vancouver millionaire Graham McMynn's kidnapping in Vancouver in 2006. Dr.Webster: I think it is important to remember that the cooperative witness or the informant regardless of the issues of reliability of their testimony still remain the primary source of investigative leads for the police and I think in the McMynn case from the outset their were an abundance of investigative leads. Q: What cases are best suited for releasing a photo or calling on the public for help really go full out as in the case in Armstrong? Dr.Webster: Again, those kinds of cases where you see photos released, where you see the police relying heavily on the public are those that don't have a lot of investigative leads at the outset of the file, the informant or the cooperative witness are one of the primary sources of information for the police and because of the access that the media has to the public because of their drawing power, especially television, the police when they are without a lot of investigative leads at the outset of a file will turn to the media and the media will of course increase the potential for reaching someone who has some information.
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