- Complete manual for a Forensics Course
Have you ever wondered how a crime is solved? A crime scene investigator routinely uses science as an aid to solving crimes. There are about 40,000 forensic scientists in the U.S. today who work in over 400 crime laboratories to perform blood typing, DNA fingerprinting, trace material analysis, impression and ballistic analysis, and drug, poison, and chemical identification. This manual provides a composite of techniques, procedures, and protocols used by forensic scientists that are designed to provide your students with the basic building blocks of forensic investigation. Softcover, 120 pages.