- Fraser, Jim
- Williams, Robin, 1946-
- Forensic sciences -- Great Britain
- 1843923114 (pbk.) :
- 9781843923114 (pbk.)
- 1843923122 (hbk.) :
- 9781843923121 (hbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface; 1 The contemporary landscape of forensic science, Jim Fraser (University of Strathclyde) and Robin Williams (University of Durham); Part 1 Forensic Science Practice Introduction, Jim Fraser and Robin Williams Section 1 Identifying individuals; 2 The current status of DNA profiling in the UK, Peter Gill (University of Oslo and University of Strathclyde) and Tim Clayton (Consultant Forensic Scientist); 3 Fingerprints, Christophe Champod (University of Lausanne) and Paul Chamberlain (Senior Forensic Scientist, Forensic Science Service and Chair of ENFSI); 4 Forensic anthropology and human identification from the skeleton, Martin Evison (University of Toronto) Section 2 Identifying and comparing materials; 5 Drugs of abuse, Niamh Nic Daeid and Hilary Buchanan (University of Strathclyde); 6 Body fluids in sexual offences, Julie Allard (Consultant Forensic Scientist, Forensic Science Service); 7 Trace evidence, Max M. Houck (Director, West Virginia University Forensic Science Service); 8 Marks, Terry Napier (Forensic supplier to police forces) Section 3 Reconstructing events; 9 Bloodstain pattern analysis, Adrian Wain (National Scientific Lead, Forensic Science Service) and Adrian Linacre (University of Strathclyde); 10 Fire investigation policies and practices in the UK, James Munday (Fellow, Forensic Science Society) and Mick Gardiner (Gardiner Associates Fire Ltd); Part 2 Forensic Science as Investigative Support Introduction, Jim Fraser and Robin Williams; 11 Forensic resources and criminal investigations, Amanda Cooper (Director of Information and Strategy, ACPO) and Lucy Mason (University of Oxford); 12 DNA databases, Bob Bramley (Former Chief Scientist, Forensic Science Service); 13 Using forensic science in major crime inquiries, David Barclay (Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen); 14 Forensic science in UK policing: strategies, tactics and effectiveness, Nick Tilley (Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL) and Michael Townsley (Griffith University); Part 3 Reasoning and the evaluation of scientific evidence Introduction, Jim Fraser and Robin Williams; 15 Statistics and forensic science, Colin Aitken (University of Edinburgh); 16 Understanding forensic science opinions, Graham Jackson (University of Abertay, Dundee); 17 The science of proof: forensic sceince evidence in English criminal trials, Paul Roberts (University of Nottingham); Part 4 Themes and Debates in Contemporary Forensic Science; 18 Forensic science and the internationalisation of policing, Tim Wilson (Northumbria University); 19 Forensic science, ethics and criminal justice, Sheila Willis (Director of Forensic Science Laboratory, Ireland); 20 Professional standards, public protection and the administration of justice, Alan Kershaw (Chairman, ILEX Professional Standards Ltd); 21 The development and enhancement of forensic expertise: higher education and in-service training, Claude Roux (University of Technology, Sydney) and James Robertson (Adjunct or Honorary Professor at three Universities); 22 The future(s) of forensic investigations, Robin Williams and Jim Fraser; Glossary; Index.
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