Joseph L. Giacalone is a retired NYPD Sergeant and internationally recognized expert with an extensive background in criminal investigations. You've seen Joseph Giacalone on several Investigation Discovery Channel shows. Here is your opportunity to speak and interact with Joe yourself.
Caveats of Death Investigations: Time of Death Every death should be treated as a homicide until the investigation and evidence proves otherwise. Investigators have to deal with many things at the beginning of a death investigation to enable the medical examiner (coroner) to make the proper manner of death classification. Everything from ensuring the crime [...]
FBI UCR Logo - FBI.gov FBI UCR - Uniform Crime Report The FBI finalized the 2017 Uniform Crime Report (UCR) yesterday. The UCR collects data from law enforcement agencies across the country. There are nearly 18,000 agencies and not all of them report. Reporting statistics for the UCR is voluntary, so it is [...]
Gilbert Family Attorney John Ray on WRCN 103.9 FM The Gilbert Family attorney, John Ray, took out some time to call-in to the Crime Report on Long Island News Radio, WRCN 103.9 FM. Mr. Ray has been one of the strongest voices pushing the Long Island Serial Killer (LISK) case forward. He has not been [...]
Published Op-Eds in June 2018 I started on a path to further my publication list by writing Op-Eds. I have written two Op-Eds in my life, but I wanted to make a concerted effort. That hard work has paid off. This past June, I had three (3) Op-Eds published by three different newspapers. To say [...]
Image Searches for Law Enforcement They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For law enforcement investigators, they can be worth a lot more than that. Social media is creating the largest facial recognition software database right under our noses. Individuals that rail against the government for privacy infringement are the same ones that [...]
2018 Joseph L. Giacalone Carpenter v. The United States Tody, The U.S. Supreme Court decided that the police must obtain a search warrant for suspect cell tower information. In a narrow 5-4 decision, the USSC upheld safeguards of the 4th Amendment for all citizens. The original case emanated from Detroit. The FBI had [...]