To Be a Crime Scene Investigator by Henry M. Holden

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If the devil’s in the details, then the crime scene investigator’s got him: conducting searches, collecting evidence, photographing, scrutinizing, analyzing—pursuing the culprit right down to the last scrap of proof. Whether you’d like to become a crime scene investigator or simply want to see what it takes, look no further than this book.  Like a top-notch forensics expert, author Henry M. Holden traces the path that crime scene investigators follow as they learn and ply their trade. His behind-the-scenes look takes us from application to training, crime scene to lab, revealing the fine points of securing, examining, and processing evidence; identifying victims, and reenacting the crime; conducting police lineups and interviews, and administering polygraphs; and forensics and evidence analysis. 
 

About Henry M. Holden

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Henry M. Holden is the author of fourteen adult books, including Zenith Press' To Be A U.S. Secret Service Agent and To Be An FBI Special Agent, thirteen children's books, and more than six hundred magazine articles on aviation history. In 1994, he received the New Jersey Institute of Technology Author's Award, and that same year Holden was mentioned in the Congressional Record for his works on women in aviation. Holden has been an aviation commentator for the History Channel and lives in northwestern New Jersey.
 
Published September 15, 2006 by Zenith Press. 144 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Crime, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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