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Forensics
Copyright © 2018  Barry M. Baker  
CareerPoliceOfficer.com
In association with Amazon.com
Crime novelist and former
police officer Nigel McCrery
provides an account of all
the major areas of forensic
science from around the
world over the past two
centuries. The book
weaves dramatic narrative
and scientific principles
together in a way that
allows readers to figure out
crimes along with the
experts.
Using lots of fascinating
case studies, forensics
expert Dr. D. P. Lyle clues
people in on everything
from determining cause and
time of death to
fingerprints, fibers, blood,
ballistics, forensic
computing, and forensic
psychology. With its clear,
entertaining explanations of
forensic procedures and
techniques, this book will be
an indispensable reference.
The Forensic Casebook
draws on interviews with
police personnel and
forensic scientists—
including animal examiners,
botanists, zoologists,
firearms specialists, and
autoposists—to uncover
the vast and detailed
underworkings of criminal
investigation.
Now revised and updated,
this comprehensive work,
long considered the top
textbook in the forensics
field, reaches far beyond
the scope of those
introductory texts that
concentrate primarily on
criminalistics. Covering a
range of fundamental
topics, it introduces
newcomers to the field while
providing the technical
detail necessary to
understand the field as a
science.
The Basics of Digital
Forensics provides a
foundation for people new
to the field of digital
forensics. This book
teaches you how to conduct
examinations by explaining
what digital forensics is, the
methodologies used, key
technical concepts and the
tools needed to perform
examinations. Details on
digital forensics for
computers, networks, cell
phones, GPS, the cloud,
and Internet are discussed.
In Dead Men Do Tell Tales,
Dr. Maples revisits his
strangest, most interesting,
and most horrific
investigations, from the
baffling cases of
conquistador Francisco
Pizarro and Vietnam MIAs
to the mysterious deaths of
President Zachary Taylor
and the family of Czar
Nicholas II.
Covering a range of
fundamental topics
essential to modern
forensic investigation, the
fourth edition of the
landmark text Forensic
Science: An Introduction to
Scientific and Investigative
Techniques presents
contributions from experts
in the field who discuss
case studies from their own
personal files.
Criminalistics is the
definitive source for
forensic science because it
makes the technology of
the modern crime
laboratory clear to the
non-scientist.  Written by a
well-known authority, the
text covers the
comprehensive realm of
forensics and its role in
criminal investigations.
Dr. Bill Bass, one of the
world's leading forensic
anthropologists, gained
international attention when
he built a forensic lab like
no other: The Body Farm.
Now, this master scientist
unlocks the gates of his lab
to reveal his most intriguing
cases-and to revisit the
Lindbergh kidnapping and
murder, fifty years after the
fact.
The FBI Handbook of Crime
Scene Forensics is the
official procedural guide for
law enforcement agencies,
attorneys, and tribunals
submitting evidence to the
FBI. This handbook outlines
the proper methods for
investigating crime scenes,
examining evidence
(bullets, computers, hairs,
inks, lubricants, ropes,
shoeprints, tire treads,
weapons of mass
destruction, and more).
Forensic Science: From the
Crime Scene to the Crime
Lab, Second Edition, is
designed to present forensic
science in a straightforward
and student-friendly format.
Ideal for students with limited
background in the sciences,
topics are arranged to
integrate scientific
methodology with actual
forensic applications.
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