Investigating the Almost Perfect Murders
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Anthony Nott MBE joined the Metropolitan Police in 1971, before transferring to the Dorset Police in 1976. He has been involved in the investigation of numerous homicides and was the senior investigating officer in the case of Russell Causley in 1996. The case was the subject of a four-part documentary series called The Investigator A British Crime Story' to which he contributed and was screened on ITV in July 2016. He has also written about his experiences in police reform in the Balkans and Middle East, while working on contracts with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He retired at the rank of detective superintendent.

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This is the autobiography of Anthony Nott, a detective who investigated serious crimes, including many murders and a mercy killing. Policing has changed considerably since the 1970s when Nott began his career, in the wake of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act following miscarriages of justice and a loss of trust in the police service. Each story is compelling and there are good details. One involves a criminal trial concerning events surrounding a football match. After the trial, members of the bar presented the trial judge with a signed match ball. On another occasion, a tramp was accidentally given the police station keys when he was released. Fortunately, he returned them. We also learn what police dream about and how the writer met a young Jon Snow. It is interesting how cases were pursued doggedly over many years and how the outcome was often helped by good luck alongside hard work. Solicitors do not feature much in the book - although the CPS and the bar do. Their roles are respected but do not seem to trouble the police much. The book gives an insight into the mind of the police officer and the criminal. How do you commit the perfect crime and get away with it? I suppose no one would know about the perfect crime as it would be undiscovered, but many people have tried and nearly got away with it. 4 out of 5 Stars.; - David Pickup, The Law Society Gazette

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