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Practical Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction

Practical Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction by Ross M. Gardner
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An Introduction and History of Crime Scene Analysis

Distinguishing Crime Scene Analysis from Crime Scene Processing

Pioneers in Crime Scene Analysis: A History of the Discipline

The Future

Theoretical and Practical Considerations for Implementing Crime Scene Analysis

Who Qualifies as a Crime Scene Analyst?

Fundamental Beliefs for Crime Scene Analysis

When Is Crime Scene Analysis Employed?

Event Analysis: A Practical Methodology for Crime Scene Reconstruction

The Event Analysis Process

Resolving Significant Investigative Questions in CSR

Using the Event Analysis Worksheet

Event Analysis Worksheet Explained

Statement Analysis Using the Worksheets

Understanding Crime Scene Protocols and Their Effect

on Reconstruction

The Importance of the Crime Scene Investigator

Role of the Initial Responding Officer

Incorporating the Basic Crime Scene Activities into a Crime Scene Protocol

Applying Bloodstain Pattern Analysis to Crime Scene


A Background of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

Impact Angle and Directionality

Bloodstain Classification

Area of Origin Evaluations

Shooting Scene Processing and Reconstruction

Mathew Noedel

Understanding Ammunition

Understanding Firearms

Reconstruction Potential Associated with Firearms

Accidental versus Unintentional Discharge

Handling Firearms at a Scene

Recording Impacts and Ricochets

Gunshot Residue Examination

Processing Shooting Scenes

The Forensic Pathologist, the Body, and Crime Scene


Scott A Wagner, MD

Theory and Approach to Death Scene Investigation

The Body and the Death Scene

Writing Crime Scene Reconstruction Reports

Essential Report Elements

Arguments and Ethics

Deductive and Inductive Arguments

The Role of Logic in Crime Scene Analysis

An Ethical Approach to Crime Scene Analysis

Developing and Using Demonstrative Exhibits in Support of the Crime Scene Analysis

Iris Dalley

Collection of Data

Analysis of Data


CRC Press; June 2009
306 pages; ISBN 9781420065527
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Title: Practical Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction
Author: Ross M. Gardner; Tom Bevel
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