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The crime scene : how forensic science works

Autore: W Mark Dale; Wendy S Becker
Editore: New York : Kaplan Pub., ©2007.
Edizione/Formato:   book_printbook : English
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Provides information about the forensic profession and examines how forensic science is used in criminal investigations, such as collecting evidence at a crime scene, processing a vehicle, and examining firearms.
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Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: W Mark Dale; Wendy S Becker
ISBN: 9781427796325 1427796327
Numero OCLC: 154760687
Descrizione: xiv, 257 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Contenuti: Crime scene situation --
First responder --
Team responsibilities at the crime scene --
Basic principles of evidence collection, preservation, and documentation --
Specific methods of evidence collection, preservation, and documentation --
Latent fingerprints and blood --
Collection and protection of questioned documents, fibers, and firearms --
Collection of impressions, hair, and toxicology specimens --
Evidence from the autopsy --
Processing a vehicle --
Introduction to evidence receiving : drug chemistry --
Biology --
Examining firearms and tool marks --
Toxicology, hair, and fibers --
The case triage team and hypothesis development --
Legal issues --
New forensic technology --
Police and laboratory culture --
Becoming a forensic professional.
Responsabilità: W. Mark Dale and Wendy S. Becker.
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Provides information about the forensic profession and examines how forensic science is used in criminal investigations, such as collecting evidence at a crime scene, processing a vehicle, and examining firearms.

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