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ID parades and photos

This topic deals with identification of people who are suspected of being involved in a crime.

Identification parades (also called 'line-ups') and photographs are used so witnesses can identify people who are suspected of being involved in a crime. This topic also explains the use of photographs of suspects and offenders.

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