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  • The Science of Crime Scenesby Max M. Houck; Frank Crispino; Terry McAdam

    Elsevier Science 2017; US$ 99.95

    The Science of Crime Scenes, Second Edition offers a science-based approach to crime scenes, emphasizing that understanding is more important than simply knowing. Without sacrificing technical details, the book adds significantly to the philosophy and theory of crime scene science. This new edition addresses the science behind the scenes and demonstrates... more...

  • Pioneers in Forensic Scienceby Kelly M. Pyrek

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 69.95

    This book highlights the contributions of leading forensic science practitioners, iconic figures who have been integral in both establishing current scientific and medicolegal practices and innovative evidence collection, testing, and analysis methods. Such professionals include Henry Lee, Michael Baden, William Bass, Jay Siegel, John Butler, Cyril... more...

  • Monitoring Detention, Custody, Torture and Ill-treatmentby Jason Payne-James; Jonathan Beynon; Duarte Vieira

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 89.95

    This landmark practical guide assists all those involved in monitoring detention conditions and investigating and preventing torture. The prestigious global author team identify the medical, legal and professional?frameworks?and international instruments applicable to those detained, and highlight how?torture or other cruel and inhuman degrading treatments... more...

  • Color Atlas and Manual of Microscopy for Criminalists, Chemists, and Conservatorsby Nicholas Petraco; Thomas Kubic

    CRC Press 2003; US$ 275.00

    Professionals in many disciplines, from archeology to forensic science and anthropology, must be able to identify organic and inorganic fibers and particles. In a single source, this book presents a range of simple methods to help readers quickly characterize and identify a broad range of materials. Covering substances such as hair and fibers, minerals... more...

  • Geoforensicsby Alastair Ruffell; Jennifer McKinley

    Wiley 2008; US$ 175.95 US$ 158.36

    This book is a comprehensive introduction to the application of geoscience to criminal investigations. Clearly structured throughout, the text follows a path from the large-scale application of remote sensing, landforms and geophysics in the first half to the increasingly small-scale examination of rock and soils to trace amounts of material.... more...

  • Introduction to Criminalisticsby Barry A. J. Fisher; William J. Tilstone; Catherine Woytowicz

    Elsevier Science 2009; US$ 103.00

    Introduction to Criminalistics covers the basics of Criminalistics in a textbook for a one or two semester course, with the intention of preparing the student for a future in forensic science. The role of the Criminalist is to analyze, compare, identify, and interpret physical evidence in the crime lab. These crime labs, or forensic labs, have... more...

  • Psychic Criminologyby Whitney Hibbard; Raymond W. Worring

    Charles C Thomas 2002; US$ 29.95

    Practical and authoritative, this book is a comprehensive manual of operations for using psychics in criminal investigations. The authors base the material on several decades of personal experience and on other first-person accounts from law enforcement personnel. After establishing the need for such an operations manual, the text presents a short... more...

  • CSI for the First Responderby Jan LeMay

    CRC Press 2016; US$ 68.95

    Critical to the successful apprehension and prosecution of criminals, the job of collecting evidence at a crime scene requires knowledge, technical skills, patience, and perseverance. Often this task falls on just one individual — the officer on routine patrol duties who is the first to arrive at the scene of a crime. Written by an expert with seventeen... more...

  • Forensic Chemistry Handbookby Lawrence Kobilinsky

    Wiley 2011; US$ 137.00 US$ 123.30

    A concise, robust introduction to the various topics covered by the discipline of forensic chemistry The Forensic Chemistry Handbook focuses on topics in each of the major chemistry-related areas of forensic science. With chapter authors that span the forensic chemistry field, this book exposes readers to the state of the art on subjects such... more...

  • Crime Reconstructionby W. Jerry Chisum; Brent E. Turvey

    Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 89.95

    Crime Reconstruction, Second Edition is an updated guide to the interpretation of physical evidence, written for the advanced student of forensic science, the practicing forensic generalist and those with multiple forensic specialists. It is designed to assist reconstructionists with understanding their role in the justice system; the development... more...