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100 1  Shaler, Robert C 
245 10 Crime Scene Forensics :|bA Scientific Method Approach 
264  1 Washington :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (628 pages) 
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505 0  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 
520    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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