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This profile was last updated on 7/13/12  and contains information from public web pages.

John Augustus Larson

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Police Officer

Local Address: Berkeley, California, United States
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By 1921, the PhD forensic scientist ..., 13 July 2012 [cached]
By 1921, the PhD forensic scientist and police officer John Larson found a way to take the question, blood pressure recording, question, blood pressure recording system up a notch by making the process continuous.
History of CVSA, 25 Nov 2006 [cached]
In 1920 John Larson, a Berkeley (CA) police officer, was the first to record at one time for the purpose of lie detection both breathing and blood pressure. He named his instrument the Polygraph (many writings). In 1923, the results of a polygraph test were admitted as evidence into a criminal proceeding.
John Larson - First Recording
LI cops praise their canine partners' police work (The Nassau County PBA), 10 July 2009 [cached]
But the close relationship the dog and his handler will enjoy begins with a getting-to-know-you period of sorts, said Police Officer John Larson, Thunder's handler.
When he first got the dog, Larson bonded with the dog, brushing him, walking him, giving the dog "probably his first bath that he's had in some time," Larson said.
Larson, an avid hunter, named Thunder after a brand of hunting supplies and picked the name before the dog joined the unit.
"My daughter thought it was a great name, drew a picture with the dog and the name, so that was it," Larson said.
Berkeley police officer John ... [cached]
Berkeley police officer John Larson created the first machine, basing it on the systolic blood pressure test pioneered by psychologist William Moulton Marston, who would later become a comic book writer and create Wonder Woman. :: Forensic Resources and Information :: Miscellaneous Crime Scene, 15 Dec 2007 [cached]
Berkeley, California police officer, John Larson develops the first working polygraph [Ref. 25, p. 32].
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