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The secret world of crime analysis

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When Wiltshire Police found the remains of Sian O'Callaghan and Becky Godden-Edwards last month, the force took the unusual step of announcing that it was working with the Serious Crime Analysis Section, a little-known unit that looks into the most serious sexual attacks and stranger killings.

The BBC's Danny Shaw has been given a unique insight into the unit that investigates the "gravest crimes" in society.


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