Investigation Report Form

Printing Instructions


When Cliffton Police Detective Elizabeth Goswell works a homicide, she starts by printing out a stack of C.O.P. Suspect Investigation Report forms to keep track of suspects, witnesses, clues, leads and notes. As a Deputy Investigator, you can too.

Aside from their intended purpose, Det. Goswell has been known to use Suspect Investigation forms to maintain dossiers on Cliff citizens who are not actual suspects in an ongoing investigation, but whose intriguing lives and buried secrets suggest that they will be implicated in future crimes.

It is easy to print these forms, simply follow these step-by-step instructions. Please read the instructions all the way through to make sure your printed forms are spaced correctly.

To Print Investigation Forms:

Good luck on your investigations!!

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It is not uncommon to run out of space on Investigation Reports. You can print up supplemental pages below to expand them (Det. Goswell also finds these "sups" handy for shopping lists).

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