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Nutshell Studies: the extraordinary miniature crime scenes US police use to train detectives

PUBLISHED February 1, 2015

With its facade of new brick and tinted glass, the five-storey building in the west of downtown Baltimore could be the headquarters of an asset-management company or an executive-recruitment agency. In fact it is dedicated to the study of human death and its causes. This is the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) for the state of Maryland, and it is hosting its annual week-long seminar in homicide investigation for murder detectives from all over North America.

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