Collecting impression evidence is definitely worth the effort—once you do so, you have duplicate evidence that can help make your case.
Artifacts are items of data or information left behind after a specific activity occurs on a system. Any USB device attached to a system will leave artifacts in several locations.
What options exist to better store items that not only provide more storage but also provide an economy of space? Depending on what is being stored there are a number of products to help facilitate that need.
No, we are not talking about a new state lottery. We are talking about Lockout/Tagout, the process by which equipment is put into a safe condition so repairs or maintenance can take place.
This article is intended to update the reader on the latest touch and transfer DNA research and attempts to answer some of the most common questions that are asked regarding the topic.
By Mike Voelker
Photography illustrating your case report can strengthen your case and corroborate your narrative.
By Anthony Iten
A study on the effects of time and temperature on the recovery of latent prints from computer paper and plastic bottles.
By Douglas Page
New chemical forensics test could help track down terrorists responsible for nerve gas attacks.
By Chris Asplen
A dynamic fairly unique to the U.S. system of justice is the extensive impact that victim advocacy has on policy, legislation, and funding.
By Michael Cole
In order that research be carried out in forensic science, it is essential that there is research degree provision, particularly up to and including doctoral level, for the profession.