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  • Medicolegal Neuropathologyby David Dolinak; Evan W. Matshes

    Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 294.00

    Medicolegal Neuropathology: A Color Atlas uniquely demonstrates and explains many neuropathologic findings in a way that will aid investigators of sudden and unexpected death integrate their own findings into the total case context. With helpful tips and reminders, as well as over 500 bold, colorful photographs, this well-organized resource helps you... more...

  • The Forensic Missionby E. K. Hein

    Wiley 2007; US$ 12.99

    Understanding forensics can be murder. But not with this novel approach. The Forensic Mission will draw you into a suspenseful mystery while you delve into forensic science and its role in solving crimes. Investigating a string of homicides, you'll search for clues alongside detectives at crime scenes and process evidence alongside technicians in... more...

  • Geological and Soil Evidenceby Kenneth Pye

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 129.95

    The forensic potential of geological and soil evidence has been recognized for more than a century, but recently these types of evidence are used much more widely as an investigative intelligence tool and as evidence in court. There is, however, still a poor understanding of the potential value and the limitations of geological and soil evidence among... more...

  • Investigating Infant Deathsby Bobbi Jo O'Neal

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 109.95

    It stands to reason that the most difficult cases to investigate are those in which the individual?s death was sudden, unexpected, and unexplained. Very few deaths occur where the deceased has no significant medical history, no trauma, no significant autopsy findings, and very little social history in which to investigate. Infant deaths almost always... more...

  • Essentials of Autopsy Practiceby Guy N. Rutty

    Springer 2006; US$ 209.00

    Talks about the essentials of autopsy practice, its various methods and modern trends. more...

  • Handbook of Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents, Second Editionby D. Hank Ellison

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 164.95

    Extensively revised and updated, this second edition of the bestselling Handbook of Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents goes well beyond the ?dirty thirty? commonly discussed agents and provides rapid access to a wide range of agents that can be used as weapons. This edition incorporates additional classes of agents, expands existing classes,... more...

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Forensics, 2Eby Alan PhD Axelrod; Guy J.D. Antinozzi

    DK Publishing 2007; US$ 18.95

    Get a clue about the most vital components of criminal investigation. This new edition offers the most up-do-date scientific investigation methods used by today's law enforcement agencies, including criminal profiling, lie detector technology, and DNA analyses, with an emphasis on forensic pathology, anthropology, and psychology. -Guy... more...

  • Animal Investigatorsby Laurel A. Neme; Richard Leakey

    Scribner 2009; US$ 25.00

    Inside the Clark R. Bavin U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory lies a rarely seen world, a CSI for wildlife, where a walk-in freezer contains carcasses and animal parts awaiting necropsies (animal autopsies); shelves and drawers hold pills, rugs, carvings, and countless other products made from parts of endangered animals; and a dedicated... more...

  • Never Suck a Dead Man's Handby Dana Kollmann

    Kensington Publishing Corp. 2008; US$ 12.00

    With plenty of insider's insight--and without pulling any punches--Dana Kollmann introduces the real science and the actual process of crime scene investigation as she recounts her life as a CSI in all its fascinating and gritty detail. Whether explaining rigor mortis or insect infestation rates, speeding to an accident scene or cautiously entering... more...

  • Policing, Surveillance Social Controlby Tim Newburn; Stephanie Hayman

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 54.95

    This book reports the result of research carried out in a busy London police station on the role and impact of closed-circuit television (CCTV) in the management and surveillance of suspects - the most thorough example of the use of CCTV by the police in the world. It focuses on the use of CCTV in a very different environment to that in which its impact... more...