Criminalistics

An Introduction to Forensic Science

Author: Richard Saferstein

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 9780133458824

Category: Law

Page: 529

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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. This best-selling text, written for the non-scientist, is appropriate for a wide variety of students, including criminal justice, law enforcement, law, and more! Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science, 11e, strives to make the technology of the modern crime laboratory clear and comprehensible to the non-scientist. The nature of physical evidence is defined, and the limitations that technology and current knowledge i.
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Forensic Science

From the Crime Scene to the Crime Lab

Author: Richard Saferstein

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780134803722

Category: Crime scene searches

Page: 624

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Revised edition of the author's Forensic science, 2016.
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An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation

Author: Aric W. Dutelle

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 1284108147

Category: Law

Page: 646

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"An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation" serves to eliminate warped impressions influenced by the media, and clearly identifies and explains the crime scene investigative process, components, methods, and procedures.
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An Introduction to American Policing

Author: Dennis J. Stevens

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 1284110117

Category: Law

Page: 470

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"An Introduction to American Policing, Second Edition" connects the US criminal justice system, criminology, and law enforcement knowledge to the progress of the police community. It is the perfect resource for a Police Science course.
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Introduction to Forensic Chemistry

Author: Kelly M. Elkins

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0429845995

Category: Science

Page: 324

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Chemistry/Forensic Science Forensic chemistry is a subdiscipline of forensic science, its principles guide the analyses performed in modern forensic laboratories. Forensic chemistry’s roots lie in medico-legal investigation, toxicology and microscopy and have since led the development of modern forensic analytic techniques and practices for use in a variety of applications. Introduction to Forensic Chemistry is the perfect balance of testing methods and application. Unlike other competing books on the market, coverage is neither too simplistic, nor overly advanced making the book ideal for use in both undergraduate and graduate courses. The book introduces chemical tests, spectroscopy, advanced spectroscopy, and chromatography to students. The second half of the book addresses applications and methods to analyze and interpret controlled substances, trace evidence, questioned documents, firearms, explosives, environmental contaminants, toxins, and other topics. The book looks at innovations in the field over time including the latest development of new discernible chemical reactions, instrumental tools, methods, and more. Key features: Nearly 300 full-color figures illustrating key concepts and over 20 case studies Addresses all the essential topics without extraneous or overly advanced coverage Includes full pedagogy of chapter objectives, key terms, lab problems, end of chapter questions, and additional readings to emphasize key learning points Includes chemical structures and useful spectra as examples Fulfils the forensic chemistry course requirement in FEPAC-accredited programs Includes a chapter on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) materials Comprehensive and accessible, without being overly technical, Introduction to Forensic Chemistry will be a welcome addition to the field and an ideal text designed for both the student user and professor in mind. Course ancillaries including an Instructor’s Manual with Test Bank and chapter PowerPoint® lecture slides are available with qualified course adoption.
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A Day in the Life of an American Worker: 200 Trades and Professions through History [2 volumes]

Author: Nancy Quam-Wickham,Ben Tyler Elliott

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440845018

Category: History

Page: 790

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This introduction to the history of work in America illuminates the many important roles that men and women of all backgrounds have played in the formation of the United States. • Provides readers with a comprehensive survey of the history of work in America • Introduces readers to a variety of occupations that Americans have held, revealing how those jobs changed with the introduction of technology • Includes a variety of primary documents to enliven the past and provide a glimpse into how historians use documents to understand the past
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Criminal Investigation

Author: Ronald F. Becker,Aric W. Dutelle

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 1284082857

Category: Criminal investigation

Page: 442

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Where Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Come TogetherA crime has occurred. Now what? From the crime scene to the courtroom, Criminal Investigation walks students through the entire investigative process and the roles involved, including police officers, investigators, forensic personnel, defense lawyers, and prosecutors. This integrated approach paints a realistic picture of how crimes are actually solved with fascinating real-world examples. Featuring a new, full-color interior design, the Fifth Edition incorporates modern investigative methods and procedures for multiple crime types, including homicide, assault, robbery, theft, burglary, arson, terrorism, cybercrime, and a new chapter dedicated to underwater investigations. New sections discussing digital evidence, including cell phones and GPS, tracking technology, and social media keep students on the cutting-edge of investigative techniques and forensic science developments. The cohesive and accessible approach combined with practical applications make Criminal Investigation, Fifth Edition the easy choice for students pursuing careers in law enforcement and the criminal justice system.
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Forensic Examination of Fibres, Second Edition

Author: James Robertson

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 268

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This handbook covers all aspects of the forensic examination of fibres, from factors affecting deposition to the collection of evidence at the scene of the crime, the recovery of fibres in the forensic laboratory, and the technologies used to establish their origin and identity. Emphasis is placed on the practical applications of technology - such as chromatography, spectroscopy and mass spectrometry - to the analysis of fibres. The theory underlying the manufacture of fibres and their properties is also demonstrated.
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