6 Introduction to Forensic Science and Criminalistics
Author : Gaensslen, Robert E. Gaensslen, Robert E.
The book’s unifying vision of the role of forensic science in the justice system and of the role of the professional forensic scientist is clearly introduced in the first two chapters and reinforced throughout the text. Each chapter discusses a key case in the field and references other “real world” applications of the techniques described. The text’s premise is that being a scientist is not required for understanding and using forensic science, but that a greater understanding of science lends itself to better use of the techniques of forensic science.
5 Forensic Science: From the Crime Scene to the Crime Lab
Author : Richard Saferstein
Forensic Science: From theCrime Scene to the Crime Lab is intended to gift forensic science in an exceedingly very simple to grasp format. A book in forensic science will quickly overwhelm readers who have very little or no course work in basic science. whereas a book in Forensic Science cannot avoid a discussion of some basic science principles, it are often worn out a fashion that doesn’t confuse the coed.
4 Forensic Science: An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques
Author : Stuart H. James
Written by highly esteemed forensic scientists and legal practitioners, Forensic Science: An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques, Second Edition covers the newest theories and practices in areas like DNA testing, toxicology, chemistry of explosives and arson, and vehicle accident reconstruction. This second edition offers a cutting-edge presentation of criminalistics and connected laboratory subjects, as well as several exciting new options.