The encyclopedia of crime scene investigation
|Format:||Print Book 2008|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Recent years have brought numerous developments in crime and crime fighting, such as DNA evidence, designer drugs, computer viruses, and online fraud and theft. As criminals get more sophisticated, police must develop new techniques to stop them.""The Encyclopedia of Crime Scene Investigation"" is a comprehensive, accessible reference to one of today's most fascinating topics. More than 300 clearly written entries cover all aspects of crime scene investigations, including ballistics, counterfeiting, forensic medicine, firearms, hijacking, identification, poisons, scandals, sex crimes, smuggling, tool marks, and trace evidence. This comprehensive reference also features many case studies that highlight facets of criminal investigation, as well as historical and biographical entries about key breakthroughs and pioneers in the field of forensic science.
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|Series||Facts on File crime library.|
Crime scene searches
Criminal investigation -- Encyclopedias.
Evidence, Criminal -- Encyclopedias.
|Publisher|| New York :Facts on File,2008
|Other Titles|| Crime scene investigation
xvi, 334 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-318) and index.