The Practice of Crime Scene Investigation

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John Horswell (Editor), "The Practice of Crime Scene Investigation", CRC Press | 2004 Year | ISBN: 1565042093 | PDF | 23 Mb | 418 Pages

Crime scene investigation involves the use of scientific methods, physical evidence, deductive reasoning, and their interrelationships, in order to determine and establish the series of events surrounding a crime. The Practice of Crime Scene Investigation is an up-to-date book which covers a number of forensic subjects ranging from dealing with trauma victims, fingerprinting, photofit technology, the role of the pathologist and ballistic expert, to specialist crime scene examinations such as clandestine laboratories, sexual assault, arson and explosives.This book also provides the reader with the latest information on education and training, quality systems accreditation and quality assurance. Written by authors specifically chosen for their expertise in this specialized field, The Practice of Crime Scene Investigation is a valuable tool and reference for all people interested in the world of forensic science, and the broader application of the justice system.