Best Reference Books – Crime Scene investigation-Importance, Location and Evaluation

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Crime Scene Investigation-Importance, Location and Evaluation subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Crime Scene Investigation-Importance, Location and Evaluation along with reviews.

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1. “Crime Scene” by Jonathan Kellerman and Jesse Kellerman
2. “Scene of the Crime” by Michael Lark and Sean Phillips
3. “Importance of Delivering Education to Prisoners in Reducing Crime Rate” by Mushtaq Amina
4. “Social Factors and Community Well-Being (SpringerBriefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research)” by Seung Jong Lee and Youngwha Kee

“Social Factors and Community Well-Being (SpringerBriefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research)” Book Review: This book examines the social factors that affect well-being and the relationship between them. It examines areas of social policy in terms of child welfare, social capital, effects of crime and gender equality. It deals with the relationship between welfare and the delivery of public services. Additionally, it also talks about the development of a communal sense and prosperity in nations. Drawing together views from around the world, it offers theoretical & practical explorations. It also adds a new perspective from connecting the idea of influencing society and results to the well-being community.

5. “Forensic Investigation of Unusual Firearms: Ballistic and Medico-Legal Evidence” by J K Sinha

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“Forensic Investigation of Unusual Firearms: Ballistic and Medico-Legal Evidence” Book Review: This book is useful for professionals in the field of forensic firearm/medicine and related. It is also used for prosecutors and defense counsel, Law agencies, and the courts. Students/researchers in forensic science/medicine, criminology, and law also find this book useful. It provides a forensic study of unusual firearms to help crime investigators minimize erroneous findings when such firearms are used. The book starts with an intro to unusual firearms and proceeds with a forensic investigation of bullets fired. Additionally, It discusses Forensic evidence and gun marks on the shots. Furthermore, the investigation into the rounds and the shooting charge is also discussed. It also expands on the timing of the shoot, identification of shooters, and evaluations of bullet holes.

6. “Death Investigator’s Handbook: A Field Guide to Crime Scene Processing, Forensic Evaluations and Investigative Techniques” by Louis N Eliopulos

“Death Investigator’s Handbook: A Field Guide to Crime Scene Processing, Forensic Evaluations and Investigative Techniques” Book Review: This book is very helpful for detectives, reporters, attorneys, and mystery buffs. It is also useful for pathologists, EMTs, Crime scene forensics, and PIs. In contrast to other books, This combines expert information from various scientific references and surveys into a single practical volume.

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7. “Evidence Found: An Approach to Crime Scene Investigation” by David Miranda

“Evidence Found: An Approach to Crime Scene Investigation” Book Review: This work provides a framework for identifying and modifying negative decision-making models. It also extends to an assessment of our own experience prior to a negative impact on an investigation. It includes basic concepts of evidence, research, and sequencing in order to avoid errors. It also reviews systemic domains/practices where mistakes may occur in a criminal investigation. This book provides an evidence matrix and also courtroom testimony. It provides guidance for dealing with common problems at crime scenes, including overnight searches.

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