Is there a particular
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Det. Mullins and Det Mason and Det Ibarra LOVE!!!! will re-watch episodes with the 3!
My favorite confession
In Miami, Tamayo has style to burn. De La Torriente was pretty cool too, "Cuban Cigars, Cuban Sandwiches
I also love the older black lady supervisor
A lot of the Dallas Detectives
I haven't watched the show for long, and I probably don't have the detective's name right, but I think it is Morris Selis and his female partner. They seem very knowledgeable about how to go about finding the missing in Chicago, where I guess more go missing per hour than in any other city in this country. They know the streets and neighborhoods from years of experience, work very well together and know how to relate well to the families of the missing, as well as to the ones who are fortunate enough to be found. I do think it is important to have a female partner, in general, because so often the team is dealing with females, and, as I've said in other places, it will generally be the women, especially the mothers and grandmothers, who won't give up.
Chicago, where I lived for a short time, presents a special problem in winter, of course, and the show points this out. I'm not sure which other cities as far north you've covered. Chicago presents, of course, a plethora of other special problems for detectives that are unique. Houston also has different languages detectives deal with, immigration, especially illegal, lots of gangs and crime of all kinds. Whatever city you focus on next, please never leave out Chicago! Also, with Illinois' debt problems, there are likely difficulties for the police. I have long thought how brave the police, in general, are but especially in big cities and especially in such melting pots as Chicago and Houston, as well as NYC, as we remember the fine responders in 9-11. I have worked in the Chicago inner city for a short time and think a career as a detective in missing persons would be really fascinating and, at times, rewarding. I would like to know how those of us who live in Illinois not far away can help, in addition to Crimestoppers and the FBI tips line. I love the FBI and will report anything of interest re missing persons to them.
Be safe, carry on your good work and let us know how we can help. I have been very concerned about the kids on the streets there and all the gang violence and the fine officers who have been killed. All citizens need to be involved. I have thought about helping through mothers' groups in the neighborhoods.
I want to give Detective Manny Castillo, a mention he doesn't really stick out much at first, although he is in loads of episodes, but after u have watched the show a bit, u see little flashes from him. He has a real big heart, the one that did it for me was when he was interviewing the Latino Chica on thanks giving day, this is the lady who had murdered the guy in the car on his birthday. They held hands and broke bread together, and afterwards she confessed to him, even thou he felt her pain, he never stopped being a cop, or lost site of the fact that he was doing it for the family of the murder victim, very powerful stuff. He looks like a little terrier, he like a good deal of the officers in most of the homicide squads had been in the armed forces b4 becoming a cop. I also think all the black officers are a credit to their communities they all looks so proud, Chris Anderson is a stand out for me, he mentioned once how hard his mother had been on him as a youth, trying to keep him away from the street, she did a great job. I think it's fantastic that there are so many black officers featured in the show, as unfortunately quite a good % on the perps are black, and I think it helps to balance out the impression, it's good for young black lads to see such good role models too IMHO.
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I have many, but Lieutenant
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Yes i have several detectives
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