2009 July – Law Enforcement Basics by Detective Peter McMahon

The July workshop was
Law Enforcement Basics
by Detective Peter McMahon

In this workshop, Detective McMahon explained basic police procedures, including how police handle crime scenes, investigate cases, interrogate witnesses, cooperate with other law enforcement agencies as well as answer any questions you umay have about law enforcement operates. Detective McMahon also regaled us about some of his more interesting cases!

About Detective McMahon: New York City Police Department Detective Peter McMahon is a 28 year veteran of the NYPD. Detective McMahon is a First Grade Detective currently assigned to the Brooklyn South Homicide Squad. He is the most senior Homicide Investigator in the department with over 20 years investigating murders in all five boroughs. Detective McMahon has participated in hundreds of investigations, including a number of high profile investigations. Detective McMahon has trained with the FBI in various advanced investigative tactics, has engaged in hundreds of investigations and conducted thousands of related interviews and interrogations. Detective McMahon has appeared on behalf of the New York City Police Department on various news shows as well as America’s Most Wanted.

DISCLAIMER: Detective McMahon is not appearing at Liberty States as a representative of the NPYD, but merely to share his personal views and observations of being a detective in a major city.

**Please note: There is about a 2 minute section of low volume introduction at the beginning of this recording. DO NOT turn it up as when Detective McMahon comes on it will be quite loud.**

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