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  1. Environmental Forensics

    By Robert D. Morrison

    Offering state-of-the-art techniques for both attorneys and environmental scientists, Environmental Forensics: Principles and Applications discusses non-chemical methods such as corrosion modeling, inventory reconciliation, and aerial photography interpretation. The book also covers chemical...

    Published September 28th 1999 by CRC Press

  2. Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes

    By Jerry Iannacci

    Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes offers front-line exposure. It is a reference text that affords the student, financial investigator or law enforcement professional a true insight into a wide spectrum of criminal activity involving financial crimes. This book brings the reader...

    Published September 28th 1999 by CRC Press

  3. Emergency Action for Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents

    By D. Hank Ellison

    A HazMat team evacuates five square miles of a city business district in response to a chemical spill. Ten city blocks away, a police special response team forms a perimeter around an office building where a terrorist threatens the release of a deadly chemical agent. Meanwhile, paramedics...

    Published September 27th 1999 by CRC Press

  4. Environmental Forensics

    A Glossary of Terms

    By Robert D. Morrison

    Environmental Forensics: A Glossary of Terms contains over 3,500 definitions and 1,500 acronyms. Compiled from common technical terms encountered in millions of pages of environmental reports over the past 15 years, this book contains regulatory phrases and acronyms; geologic, toxicological,...

    Published September 27th 1999 by CRC Press

  5. The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice

    By Richard A. Spurgeon Hall, Carolyn Brown Dennis, Tere L Chipman

    Ideal for anyone involved in the study of criminal justice, this book acquaints students with the philosophical concepts upon which ethical theory is based. It applies these ideas to specific issues and dilemmas within the criminal justice system. Its ultimate goal is to acquaint students with...

    Published September 23rd 1999 by CRC Press

  6. Footwear Impression Evidence

    Detection, Recovery and Examination, SECOND EDITION, 2nd Edition

    By William J. Bodziak

    Series: Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations

    Reviewed and recognized as the most authoritative source  in the field, this book describes the methods used worldwide to recover and identify footwear impressions from the scene of a crime. In this new edition,  everything, including the original twelve chapters,  bibliography, appendix, etc.,...

    Published September 16th 1999 by CRC Press

  7. Forensic Science Glossary

    By John C. Brenner

    In forensics, there is often a difficulty conveying critical scientific terms to investigators, attorneys, juries, and even court reporters. Forensic Science Glossary is a single source reference that contains the spelling and definitions of commonly used terms found in forensic environments. This...

    Published August 30th 1999 by CRC Press

  8. Forensic Pathology

    A Color Atlas on CD-ROM

    By Jay Dix

    A male homicide victim with a shotgun blast to the chest. A female drug addict who has overdosed on crack cocaine. An elderly woman with deep stab wounds to the neck. A two-year-old motor vehicle accident victim with blunt head trauma.For forensic pathologists, police detectives, and crime scene...

    Published July 28th 1999 by Chapman and Hall/CRC

  9. Forensic Examination of Hair

    Edited by James R. Robertson

    Series: International Forensic Science and Investigation

    The examination of human hairs in the forensic science setting is a highly specialist forensic discipline. To date the topic has not been covered in a single volume in which all aspects of hair examination are brought together. In this volume an international group of authors have dealt with all...

    Published June 9th 1999 by CRC Press

  10. Forensic Examination of Fibres, Second Edition

    By James R. Robertson, Claude Roux, Ken Wiggins

    Edited by Michael Grieve

    Series: International Forensic Science and Investigation

    This book is the definitive text for forensic scientists, police and lawyers who may be involved with the use of textile fibres to provide evidence in criminal cases. While covering the subject in detail from recovery of the evidence, through the different stages of laboratory examination, to...

    Published June 9th 1999 by CRC Press