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by Tabatha Yeatts

Download Forensics: Solving the Crime (Innovators Series No. 9) ePub
  • ISBN 1881508757
  • ISBN13 978-1881508755
  • Language English
  • Author Tabatha Yeatts
  • Publisher Oliver Pr Inc (August 1, 2001)
  • Pages 144
  • Formats docx mobi txt mbr
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Education and Reference
  • Size ePub 1857 kb
  • Size Fb2 1233 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 762

Traces the development of the methods and technology used in criminal investigation through the lives and accomplishments of innovators in the field.

Series: Innovators Series No. 9 (Book 8). Hardcover: 144 pages. This book is great for anyone interested in forensic origin. It would also provide great information for a book report on the history of forensics.

Series: Innovators Series No. Publisher: Oliver Pr Inc (August 1, 2001). Using science to investigate crimes" can be found in the introduction of this book.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-137) and index. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

This book is great for anyone interested in forensic origin. The book is readable for grades 6th - 12th. I encourage any one who wants to learn more about forensics to check it out.

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Profiles eight pioneers in forensics, including James Marsh (toxicology), Henry Faulds (fingerprints), Albert Sherman Osborn (questioned documents), Charles Waite and Calvin Goddard . No current Talk conversations about this book.

Profiles eight pioneers in forensics, including James Marsh (toxicology), Henry Faulds (fingerprints), Albert Sherman Osborn (questioned documents), Charles Waite and Calvin Goddard (ballistics), Mildred Trotter (forensic anthropology), Jacques Penry (photo-FIT), and Alec Jeffreys (DNA fingerprints).

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This book is great for anyone interested in forensic origin. It would also provide great information for a book report on the history of forensics.
"Using science to investigate crimes" can be found in the introduction of this book. "James Marsh and Toxicology", "Henry Faulds and Fingerprints", "Albert Sherman Osborn and Questioned Documents", "Charles Waite and Calvin Goddard and Firearm Examination, "Mildred Trotter and Forensic Anthropology", "Jacques Penry and Photo-FIT", and "Alec Jeffreys and DNA Fingerprints" are chapters which not only show who discovered the forensic techniques but also give you background history, breakthroughs, and results of each method listed. "Forensics in the Future: Trends in Technology" is the wrap up and can be found in the back of the book.
The book is readable for grades 6th - 12th. I encourage any one who wants to learn more about forensics to check it out.
Domarivip
This book provides interesting and very informative info on the history of forensic science. It explores the many fields of forensics including: toxicology, fingerprints, forgery, ballistics, forensic anthropology, photo-FIT, and DNA analysis. It also inludes the big names and historic cases in the world of forensic investigation. Excellent photo's give it a very nice look as well. This book averaged a readabillity grade level of about 10.5. This book is great for anyone wanting to learn about forensics ranging in age from 6th grade to 12th.