If the devil’s in the details, then the crime scene investigator’s got him: conducting searches, collecting evidence, photographing, scrutinizing, analyzingpursuing 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.
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Published September 15, 2006
by Zenith Press.
History, Education & Reference, Crime, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences.