Difference between revisions of "Modus operandi"

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[[Police]] detectives and insurance fraud investigators find that each criminal frequently follows a [[pattern]]. A burglar may always enter by a second-story rear window or steal a bicycle attached loosely to a parking meter.  Their pattern is their modus operandi, a [[Latin]] term.
 
[[Police]] detectives and insurance fraud investigators find that each criminal frequently follows a [[pattern]]. A burglar may always enter by a second-story rear window or steal a bicycle attached loosely to a parking meter.  Their pattern is their modus operandi, a [[Latin]] term.
  
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Latest revision as of 18:42, 22 June 2013

Modus operandi (M.O.)

Police detectives and insurance fraud investigators find that each criminal frequently follows a pattern. A burglar may always enter by a second-story rear window or steal a bicycle attached loosely to a parking meter. Their pattern is their modus operandi, a Latin term.