This book is a training material that covers all aspects of Forensic Science with 30 chapters, explaining different types of crime scenes, the probable types of evidence expected, and the methods of its processing to preserve the integrity of crime scene clues. In order to merge theory with practice more than 26 case studies are incorporated to explain the role of physical evidence to identify the criminal which will stimulate the investigators thought process to crack the crime. This is also intended to serve as a text book for degree courses in Forensic science.Legal practitioners and all law enforcement agencies can also make use of this book to appreciate the evidence based on forensic aspects. This book is not only useful to appreciate the evidence based on forensic aspects in cases, but also it is useful as a textbook. Prosecutors and lawyers can make use of this book as a reference book and also as an authority on the subject. Justice B. Kemal Pasha The books written on Forensic Science so far have a Western Bias, from Snyder downwards. The examples given were from European case investigations. Police trainees were unfamiliar with weapons used in the West. Smt. Annamma John brings the Indian context in this book, which is helpful for police trainees in India. Alexander Jacob Director General of Police (Rtd.)
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY IN FORENSIC INVESTIGATION
A HANDBOOK WITH CASE STUDIES
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