Author Shaler, Robert C
Title Crime Scene Forensics : A Scientific Method Approach
Imprint Washington : Taylor & Francis Group, 2011
©2012
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Note Front Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Author -- Part I: The Philosophy and Essentials of Crime Scene Forensics -- 1. Crime Scene Forensics: Philosophy, Practice, and Teaching -- 2. The Scientific Method, Bias, and Reasoning -- 3. Management Basics: The Investigative Glue -- 4. The Fundamental Principles of Evidence -- 5. Searching the Scene: Logic in Action -- Part II: Forensic Archiving: Today's Eye for the Future -- 6. The Principles of Forensic Photography -- 7. The Paper Trail: Case Files, Worksheets, Notes, and Sketches -- 8. Videography: The Forensic Documentary -- Part III: Impression Evidence: Patterns of Identity -- 9. Fingerprints I: The Intellectual Ingredients -- 10. Fingerprints II : On-Scene Considerations -- 11. Pattern Evidence I: Footwear Impressions -- 12. Pattern Evidence II : Vehicle-Involved Scenes -- Part IV: The Biological Crime Scene -- 13. The Biological Crime Scene: It's Not Just about DNA -- 14. Introduction to Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: The Basics -- 15. Mass Fatality Events, Bioweapons, and Microbial Forensics -- 16. Forensic Entomology: Bugs and the Postmortem Interval -- Part V: Microscenes and Trace Evidence -- 17. Microscenes: Hair and Fibers -- 18. Glass: A Multitasking Class of Evidence -- 19. Soil and Paint as Evidence -- Part VI: Bang! It's a Shooting Incident Scene -- 20. Introducing Shooting Scene Investigations -- 21. Vehicles as Shooting Incident Crime Scenes -- Part VII: Miscellaneous Considerations and Specialized Scenes -- 22. Fire Scenes: A Scientific Method Investigation -- 23. Quality at the Crime Scene -- 24. Collection and Preservation of Evidence -- 25. Scientific and Technical Working Groups -- Glossary
The Philosophy and Essentials of Crime Scene ForensicsCrime Scene Forensics: Philosophy, Practice, and Teaching The Scientific Method, Bias, and Reasoning Management Basics: The Investigative Glue The Fundamental Principles of Evidence Searching the Scene: Logic in Action Forensic Archiving: Today's Eye for the FutureThe Principles of Forensic Photography The Paper Trail: Case Files, Worksheets, Notes, and Sketches Videography: The Forensic Documentary Impression Evidence: Patterns of IdentityFingerprints: The Intellectual Ingredients Fingerprints II: On-Scene Considerations Pattern Evidence I: Footwear Impressions Pattern Evidence II: Vehicle-Involved Scenes The Biological Crime SceneThe Biological Crime Scene: It's Not Just About DN A Introduction to Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: The Basics Mass Fatality Events, Bioweapons, and Microbial Forensics Forensic Entomology: Bugs and the Postmortem Interval Microscenes and Trace EvidenceMicroscenes: Hair and Fibers Glass: A Multitasking Class of Evidence Soil and Paint as Evidence Bang! It's a Shooting Incident SceneIntroducing Shooting Scene Investigations Vehicles as Shooting Incident Crime Scenes Miscellaneous Considerations and Specialized ScenesFire Scenes: A Scientific Method Investigation Quality at the Crime Scene Collection and Preservation of Evidence Scientific and Technical Working Groups Glossary Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Shaler, Robert C. Crime Scene Forensics : A Scientific Method Approach Washington : Taylor & Francis Group,c2011 9781439859957
Subject Crime scene searches.;Crime scenes.;Criminal investigation.;Forensic sciences
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