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Crime scene investigator.

Crime scene investigator.

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Published by Tangerine Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesFun pack
ContributionsTangerine Press.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2007/45927 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17952354M
ISBN 100439790514
LC Control Number2006277950
OCLC/WorldCa137335068

First, a book that tells about the science of crime scene investigation: Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation, 8th Edition by Barry A.J. Fisher (J ) Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation, Eighth Edition examines concepts, field-tested techniques and procedures, and technical information concerning crime scene investigation. This. The Forensic Crime Scene: A Visual Guide, Second Edition presents knowledgeable chapters on crime scene investigation, the various types of documentation, scene reconstruction, and the value of evidence and proper evidence onally, a companion site hosts video and additional instructional materials. The primary goal of this book is to provide visual instruction on the correct.

  Forensic Science - Subject Guide: E- and Print Books: Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) & Evidence A guide to scholarly information sources and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries' services - supporting instruction and research in forensic scienceAuthor: Kiyomi Deards. Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory Manual provides information, examples, and exercises for all aspects of crime scene investigation. The exercises will teach the proper techniques for securing, documenting, and searching a crime scene, how to visualize or enhance the evidence found, how to package and preserve the evidence, and how to reconstruct what happened at the crime scene.

  Crime Scene Investigtor offers a unique insight into the work and thinking of a major expert in the captivating field of forensic science. Semi-autobiographical, it charts the development of one individual and the science of crime scene investigation, with real life stories, the horror and the humour, human endeavour at its very best and : Little, Brown Book Group. A. Law-Enforcement Officer» Secure the crime scene and direct activity B. Crime-Scene Investigator»Searches for, collects, documents, and examines evidence from the scene; also takes photos and makes sketches C. Detective»Interrogate suspects, interview witnesses, check everyone's stories D. Medical Examiner or Coroner» Determines time and cause of death of the victim.


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