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May 2010Volume 79Number 5
Developments in the eld and changingsocial expectations have made lawenorcement agencies reconsider andrene their processes or working withvictims o sexual violence.Interviewers o adolescent crime victimsmust understand how to handle thesespecial cases properly.
Options or ReportingSexual Violence
By Sabrina Garcia andMargaret Henderson
Interviewing CompliantAdolescent Victims
By Catherine S. Connelland Martha J. Finnegan
Fith Amendment Protectionand Break in Custody
By Kenneth A. Myers
9 Research ForumDowned-Ocer Rescueand Risk Perception20 Unusual WeaponSword Umbrella21 PerspectivePolice Suicide24 Bulletin ReportsMethamphetamine AbuseElectronic Crime ScenesBody Armor
Law enorcement ocers must have anunderstanding o the legal signicanceo a break in custody in terms o the Fith Amendment privilege againstcompelled sel-incrimination.