Forensic Science for Beginners...
For many people, forensics is a fascinating but confusing field that is full of mystery and intrigue. Whether it's learning more about how criminal evidence is collected and stored or finding out how the legal system uses this information, everyone should explore the world of forensics. A skilled team of expert authors write all of our articles, which we hope will be informative and interesting to our huge and diverse readership.
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Analysing Evidence
Analysing Evidence: Hair and Fibres, Latent Prints, Toxicology, Serology: Bodily Fluids,...
Analysing the Body
Analysing the Body: Rigor Mortis and Lividity, Stomach Contents as a Means of Evidence,...
Ask Our Experts
Ask Our Experts: Are all Forensic Photographers SOCOs?, How Can a Bullet be Identified...
Case Book
Case Book: Forensic Cases: Colin Pitchfork, First Exoneration Through DNA,...
Collecting Evidence
Collecting Evidence: Recording and Preserving the Crime Scene,...
Future of Forensics
Future of Forensics: Forensics in the Water, X-ray Forensics for Guns,...
Pathology
Pathology: Determining Cause of Death, Blood Types, Bodily Fluids in Forensic...
Types of Forensics
Types of Forensics: Forensic Pathology, Forensic Toxicology, Forensic Entomology,...
Understanding Evidence
Understanding Evidence: Chemical Pollution of a Crime Scene, Und...
Understanding Injuries
Understanding Injuries: Ligature Marks, Toxic Gases, Entrance and Exit...
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  • knowitall
    Re: The Rate of Decay in a Corpse
    For those who did nor see thief relitives after they died. This is a good thing. This is not how you want to remember them and…
    1 February 2015
  • jack
    Re: How Can a Bullet be Identified from a Particular Gun?
    Let say i just bought a barrel from a store, then go home and replace that barrel from the…
    31 January 2015
  • Deepak
    Re: The Four Manners of Death
    Thank you very much Chris for advising me to find out from Australian Bureau of Statistics.Do you believe that sometimes medical…
    30 January 2015
  • ZOE110
    Re: The Rate of Decay in a Corpse
    My son was found dead on 30 July 2014. We think our son passed away on 28 July. I never got to see my Son. We live in a hot…
    29 January 2015
  • ExploreForensics
    Re: Suffocating and Smothering
    @Savinder - if you have this information, you should report this to the police.
    29 January 2015
  • Chris
    Re: The Four Manners of Death
    @Deepak - that must be very difficult for you and made all the more worse for the fact of not knowing. Have you thought about trying…
    28 January 2015
  • Savinder
    Re: Suffocating and Smothering
    a man told me on 8th January 2015 that he was being smothered by a man who closed his nose and lips to stop him from breathing from…
    27 January 2015
  • Deepak
    Re: The Four Manners of Death
    My Son on 02.01.2013 found floating face down in knee deep shallow water at Kirra Beach Coolangatta GOLD COAST Australia and performed…
    27 January 2015
  • Katie
    Re: Bodily Fluids in Forensic Science
    I'm a fiction writer researching for a novel. Is there a way to determine postmortem highly elevated levels of dopamine,…
    25 January 2015
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    Re: Forensic Medicine
    @Chocolate - I have included a link from the National Careers Service which should guide you in the right direction
    19 January 2015
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