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Bloodstains, Tyre Tracks and Soil Samples
Bloodstains, Tyre Tracks and Soil Samples
As well as fingerprints and physical evidence such as bodily fluids and definitive eyewitness testimony; bloodstains, tyre tracks and soil samples can also be used....
Establishing a Crime Scene
Establishing a Crime Scene
A crime scene is a location at which a crime has taken place and a location that may yield physical clues as to the nature of the crime and the person or persons…...
Fingerprints
Fingerprints
Fingerprints are unique to each indiviual and never change, which make them a very important piece of forensic evidence....
Forensic Photography
Forensic Photography
Scenes of Crime Officers (SOCO) are charged with the task of recording the scene of a crime using various means; one of the most common of them being photography....
Medico-Legal Photography
Medico-Legal Photography
This article looks at Medico-Legal Photography and how it is used to aid an expert witness in court...
Recording and Preserving the Crime Scene
Recording and Preserving the Crime Scene
Once a crime scene has been established it is important that all evidence is collated, catalogued and recorded for further reference. This task is normally performed…...
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