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Designed as a field guide providing instruction on how to document a crime scene, including sketching, mapping, searching, collecting, and preserving physical evidence. It also addresses how to document a crime scene using photography and videography.
Covers the entire mobile forensics investigation lifecycle - from evidence collection and data analysis to reporting and ethically presenting findings. Includes investigative procedures for the IoT (Internet of Things), drone-based devices, and the Cloud.
This book contains guidelines and best practices for keeping CSIs safe and conducting a thorough crime scene investigation when the scene involves the release of chemical, biological, explosive or radiological material.
Presents comprehensive international discussion of key issues and future directions within the forensic sciences. This book examines central issues within each discipline, providing perspective on current debate and exploring current and proposed research initiatives.
This book teaches you how to leverage Google's free tool to craft compelling location-based evidence for use in investigations and in the courtroom, including how to extract location-based data that can be used to display evidence in a compelling audio-visual way.
A web portal with links to an online crime map of Queensland from the Queensland Police Records and Information and Management Exchange (QPRIME), the Queensland Police annual statistics review and links to open data of policing records and GPS databases.