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If you're a fiction writer and have crime scenes in your novel, get this book!
Any normal person who just wants to read this because they think forensics is cool, probably won't enjoy this since it's an actual handbook/textbook.
I wish I had paid attention to this before, but anyway... a book is always a book.
Good book for someone starting in Law Enforcement or studying in criminal justice.Published 4 months ago by Ted G. Byrd
The same as the book titled "Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation. I purchased it for my daughter
that is in the field of investigation. Read more
Acceptable price for my requirements.
Acceptable delivery schedule & reception for my requirements.
Contents as reviewed are acceptable for my requirements. Read more
This is a very in depth, detailed look at how forensic science is done in the FBI. This is not CSI kind of stuff, this is the actual "what to do" booklet on how to submit evidence... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Crazie Betty
The book is interesting. It gives plenty of instruction on how to collect and record evidence but not on what to do with it once you have it other than give you a number to call to... Read morePublished 19 months ago by ethen1964
This was a great reference, one that I used to gain more insight into my study of Public Safety Emergency Management, and Criminal Justice. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Phil Love
I am one of those people who are fascinated by the forensics procedures in TV shows like CSI. I wanted to read about actual FBI procedures.Published on November 27, 2012 by Barbara S.