I've heard that many homicide detectives are overworked and struggling with the number of cases they have. I'd like to know, for a metropolitan city like Denver or Oklahoma City (population 1Mill-ish:
a) is that true?
b) how many open cases do they have at one time (an estimate)
c) Is it true they don't like to hand cases over to the FBI? Or if the FBI wants a case are they more than willing to hand it over because they're so overloaded?
Thanks in advance.
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