Book: Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation by Barry A. J. Fisher, David Fishercategories: Book, CSI, Forensic Science, Crime Scene, Police Science, Detective, Police Investigation, Fingerprints, DNA, Crime Scene Unit, Evidence, Criminalistics, Criminal Justice, Crime Scene Investigation
David R. Fisherabout this book: Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation is about the proper and effective use of science and technology in support of justice. This book is written for students of crime scene investigation, police investigators, CSIs, forensic scientists, and attorneys. The material in this book covers proper ways to examine crime scenes and collect a wide variety of physical evidence that may be encountered at crime scenes.
Scientific crime scene investigation aids detectives and other members of law enforcement in identifying suspects and victims of crimes, exonerating innocent persons, and bringing wrongdoers to justice. This eighth edition of Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation highlights new forensic technology and research that has been developed in recent years. The recent publication of the National Academy of Sciences' report, Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward, emphasized that crime scene investigation and forensic science are essential components of the criminal justice system and public safety. It is the duty of all stakeholders to keep them strong and vibrant.
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