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Visual Mantracking for Law Enforcement and Search
Visual Mantracking for Law Enforcement and Search

Visual Mantracking for Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue

Product ID : 16577520


Galleon Product ID 16577520
UPC / ISBN 1536912719
Shipping Weight 0.87 lbs
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About Visual Mantracking For Law Enforcement And Search

Visual Mantracking for Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue is a guide catering to those who use human tracking skills as part of the law enforcement community. Professional tracker Fernando Moreira shares over 40 years of tracking experience with you. - Learn about the tools and equipment used in tracking - Learn how to use all your senses to track - Learn about the effects of aging on tracks - Develop skills to track at night - Learn about sign cutting - Learn about crime scene and evidence preservation - Learn what it takes to track in an urban environment About the Author The trail of a lost person or wanted criminal never goes cold when a trained man tracker follows the signs. Fernando Moreira is the master man tracker who wrote this book to reveal the secrets behind the process of finding people. Fernando is a third generation professional tracker whose skills are in constant demand by police and search and rescue agencies the world over. He continues to be involved with numerous search and rescue organizations and will respond to requests anywhere in the United States, particularly for missing children searches. What Fernando has practiced successfully for decades is explained point by point for the aspirant who needs the skills of tracking. Join him, chapter by chapter, and learn how to find anyone - anywhere. Biography by Frank Thayer, Professor Emeritus, Department of Journalism, New Mexico State University