For courses in Forensic Technology and Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation.
Written for courses in forensic technology and crime scene investigation, this field manual addresses the tasks performed by the person who identifies, photographs, documents, collects, preserves, and transports evidence at and from a crime scene. Covering a range of techniques and processes, it follows the guidelines established by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors and the International Association for Identification. The latest technological advancements are emphasized throughout and chapters includes numerous photographs, diagrams, learning objectives, case studies, lab exercises and more!
Table of Contents
1. Overview of Forensic Science
2. Forensic Photography
3. Crime Scene Diagrams
4. Physical Evidence Collection and Analysis
5. Fingerprint Classification and Processing
6. Crime Scene Processing
7. Special Case Crime Scenes
8. Vehicle Processing
9. Impression Evidence
10. Firearm Evidence
11. Bloodstain Pattern Documentation and Analysis
12. Controlled Substance Recognition
13. Suspect and Live Victim Processing
14. Postmortem Examination
15. Report Writing and Courtroom Testimony
A: MEASUREMENT CONVERSIONS AND EQUIVALIENTS
B: TRIGONOMETRIC TABLES–SINE AND TANGENT FUNCTIONS
C: THE FORENSIC TECHNICIAN’S CRIME SCENE KIT
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$37.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-508975-0