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identification parade

a group of persons including one suspected of having committed a crime assembled for the purpose of discovering whether a witness can identify the suspect
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It means police will be able to slash the average of 10 weeks it takes to organise normal identification parades - using a suspect and other volunteers - to about one week.
VOLUNTEERS are needed for two identification parades taking place at Cardiff Central Police Station tomorrow.
Details of people who are willing to take part in identification parades that are held regularly at Bedworth and Rugby police stations, are being stored on the database.
Identification parades are mostly held in the day but occasionally at evenings and weekends.
Therefore, we are compiling a database of men and women of all shapes, sizes and ages who would be willing and available to take part in identification parades when required.
People who take part in identification parades are paid expenses of pounds 15.
POLICE are appealing for volunteers to take part in two identification parades in Bedworth on Wednesday.
MEN are needed to take part in two identification parades at Bedworth police station for a fee of pounds 8 a head.
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