Bridging the gap between practical crime scene investigation and scientific theory, Crime Scene Forensics: A Scientific Method Approach maintains that crime scene investigations are intensely intellectual exercises that marry scientific and investigative processes. Success in this field requires experience, creative thinking, logic, and the correct

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Part I: The Philosophy and Essentials of Crime Scene Forensics

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Part II: Forensic Archiving: Today's Eye for the Future

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Part III: Impression Evidence: Patterns of Identity

chapter 10|62 pages

Fingerprints II: On-Scene Considerations

chapter 11|32 pages

Pattern Evidence I: Footwear Impressions

chapter 12|22 pages

Pattern Evidence II: Vehicle-Involved Scenes

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Part IV: The Biological Crime Scene

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Part V: Microscenes and Trace Evidence

chapter 17|16 pages

Microscenes: Hair and Fibers

chapter 18|14 pages

Glass: A Multitasking Class of Evidence

chapter 19|14 pages

Soil and Paint as Evidence

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Part VI: Bang! It's a Shooting Incident Scene

chapter 20|32 pages

Introducing Shooting Scene Investigations

chapter 21|12 pages

Vehicles as Shooting Incident Crime Scenes

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Part VII: Miscellaneous Considerations and Specialized Scenes

chapter 22|16 pages

Fire Scenes: A Scientic Method Investigation

chapter 23|10 pages

Quality at the Crime Scene

chapter 24|12 pages

Collection and Preservation of Evidence

chapter 25|2 pages

Scientic and Technical Working Groups