Forensic Science

Forensic Science

An Encyclopedia of History, Methods, and Techniques

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The only A-Z reference work on forensic science, one of the most intriguing and exciting fields in criminological studies.

âeuro;¢ 300+ A-Z entries covering all aspects of forensic science, including crime scene investigation, evidence identification, and the historical development of forensics

âeuro;¢ 30+ photographs illustrating techniques such as the examination of ink and handwriting, hairs and fibers, guns and ammunition, and foot and tire prints

âeuro;¢ Clear, descriptive entries, geared toward high school students and readers interested in criminology or criminal justice

âeuro;¢ Dozens of real life examples from the fields of criminology, justice, and forensic science, revealing the latest and most advanced techniques

Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2006.
ISBN: 9781576071946
Branch Call Number: 363.2503 T581
Characteristics: viii, 307 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Savage, Kathleen A.
Clark, Leigh A.


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