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Introduction to the Scientific Method of Crime Scene Investigation,9781439859957
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Introduction to the Scientific Method of Crime Scene Investigation

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9781439859957

ISBN10:
1439859957
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
12/28/2011
Publisher(s):
Taylor & Franci
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A unique undergraduate text which bridges the gap between practical crime scene investigation and the theories of scientific method, this book advocates an understanding of the principles of science, the scientific method, logic, and experience as the only tools necessary to conduct a competent crime scene investigation. The book includes workshops and laboratory exercises designed to offer students and practitioners a format within which they can learn the hands-on aspects of processing a scene. Quizzes and exams in the appendix present students with challenges encountered at real scenes. An online version of the text includes a video of how-totechniques.


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