It's becoming fairly commonplace to hear news accounts of old, seemingly
unsolvable murders being brought forward to justice. Emerging forensic
technology is often credited with breaking these "cold" cases.
However, rapid technological advances have often outpaced police
awareness of how it might be brought to bear in solving cases. If
the technology is available but the human interface with that technology
is lacking, significant opportunities might be squandered.
As a result of the demand for this type
of expertise, PPSC has joined forces with several retired homicide
detectives. Among this elite group there is over 125 years of
aggregate experience in investigating over a thousand homicides, suspicious deaths,
and officer involved shootings. Many of these investigators are
currently working with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Homicide Bureau, reviewing cold case DNA and "latent print" homicides. We
also are affiliated with a fully accredited DNA lab that produces
results much faster and less expensively than most labs do.
Leading this extraordinary group of forensic
specialists is renowned homicide and cold case detective,
Bumcrot. Detective Bumcrot
retired from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department after serving
34 years, the last 22 years assigned to the Homicide Bureau. Shortly
after retiring, he was signed to a contract by LASD Homicide Bureau to
train Homicide Detectives and review unsolved cases.
If you would like a “fresh pair of eyes” to look at any case, or if you think that a meeting would be
useful to discuss your case, please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs.
877-267-7772 Ext. 5