2 edition of Crime scene investigation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 439-448) and index.Internet Archive - 2Internet Archive 2
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|1. Introduction Role of the crime scene investigator in Forensic Science Jobs and descriptions Certification and professional development Expert witnesses Ethics and professionalism Physical evidence and the crime scene Associate evidence Class versus individual characteristics Natural variation Legal issues and the crime scene Search warrants Admissibility of evidence Frye v. United States Federal rules of evidence Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Chain of custody Documentation Scientific issues in crime scene investigation Controls Standards Overlapping roles. 2. The FBIs 12-step process Determining the scope of the crime scene Boundaries Multiple scenes CSI personal safety concerns Restricting access Interacting with detectives Initial walkthrough / preliminary assessment of the crime scene Identifying other resources Family members Witnesses Suspects at the scene. 3. Documenting the crime scene Photography Postprocessing of evidence photographs Sketches Title block and legends Measurements Searching the scene Search patterns Vehicle searches. 4. Fingerprints and palmprints Principles of fingerprints and palmprints Fingerprints as physical evidence Inked impressions Elimination prints suspect prints Fingerprinting the deceased Establishing identity Latent fingerprints IAFIS and latent print examinations. 5. Trace and impression evidence Hairs and fibers Glass, soil, paint, and other materials Gunshot residue Footwear impressions Tire impressions Bitemark impressions Impressions in snow. 6. Body fluid evidence DNA techniques and the impact of technological advances Probative value Touch DNA Blood Seminal fluid Urine Vaginal secretions Sexual assault: special considerations Locating, collecting, and preserving body fluid evidence At the crime scene From a victim or a suspect Condom trace evidence Toxicology. 7. Blood spatter evidence The nature of blood spatter evidence Documenting bloodstain pattern evidence Detecting invisible bloodstains Photographing the scene Interpreting evidence. 8. Firearms and toolmark evidence Bullets and shell casings Locating, collecting, packaging, and submission of evidence Trajectories and measurements Laser protractor kit Laser trajectory rod kit distance determination National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN) Gunshot residue testing Serial number restoration Toolmarks. 9. Arson and explosives Crime scene processing Area of origin Burn patterns Impact of fire suppression on the scene Why investigate fire scenes? Covering up another crime Product reliability Code violations Motor vehicle fire investigation Collection and preservation of arson evidence Accelerant-detection K-9 Electronic detectors and instruments Forensic light source / alternate light source Preservation of evidence Recovery of burned bodies Identification techniques Bomb scene investigations Locating and collecting evidence of explosive devices Post-blast investigation techniques. 10. The electronic crime scene Cybercrime: the Internet age Identity theft Spyware Internet crimes against children Pornography Predators Cyberstalking, cyberbullying, and other harassment Social networking sites and sexting Computer intrusions Scams Processing the electronic crime scene Computer hardware Individual computers Network computers Peripheral equipment Virtual evidence Cell phones Personal digital assistants Electronic pagers Fax and digital answering machines and caller-id devices Digital crime scene analysis. 11. Documentary evidence Procedures for handling and recording evidentiary documents Investigative techniques for examination of documents Machine-produced documents Handwriting identification Court acceptance of document examination Scientific validity and reliability Handwriting and forensic psychology applications Physical profiling Age Gender Handedness Literacy and occupation Physical and mental health Behavioral profiling Forensic linguistics, statement analysis, and handwriting Questioned document case study. 12. Motor vehicles as crime scenes Photography Hit-and-run cases Trace evidence Types of physical evidence Collection techniques Stolen vehicles Chop shops VIN locations Odometer tampering Processing exterior surfaces of vehicles Latent fingerprints Trace evidence Stolen property Contraband search Motor vehicles as weapons Documenting injuries Accidental death Suicide Homicide. 13. Death investigation Medicolegal death investigation Structure and bias Authorization The death / injury scene Preparation The autopsy the report Death certification Cause of death Manner of death Postmortem interval Pattern recognition Natural deaths Trauma Role of the CSI at autopsy Identifying remains. 14. Forensic anthropology, odontology, and entomology Determination of a skeletons age at death Maturation Degeneration Determination of a skeletons sex Pelvis Skull Rest of the skeleton Determination of race (ancestry) and stature from the skeleton Anthropometric measurements Stature: estimation of stature from the long bones Human dentition Anatomy of a tooth Entomology NamUs. 15. Documenting the actions of the CSI Case files Crime scene protocols Releasing the scene Cross-contamination The FBI crime laboratory Communicating with a crime lab Evidence submittal to a crime laboratory Case file preparation Working with the Prosecutors Office Court appearance and testimony Pretrial preparation Demonstrative exhibits Importance of physical evidence Ethical considerations Emerging trends.|
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This type of pattern can indicate multiple blows from a blunt object, because the first blow typically does not contact any blood.
Clayton, do not talk to witnesses.
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