For the CSO, a good checklist will help keep you on track. While you’ll have to spend some time up front creating the checklist, it will save you time in the long run.
Security Identifiers (SIDs) are unique alphanumeric character strings of variable length that are assigned during the log-on-process to each user on a stand-alone system or to each user, group, and computer on a domain-controlled network.
Utility systems that support forensic science need to hit the mark and be, as Goldilocks said, just right. Skip the energy conserving features and you’ll spend more on utility bills indefinitely.
In this column the Safety Guys offer a few basic tips on safe use of compressed gas cylinders and preventing accidents and close calls.
By Tim Studt
Law enforcement groups are staying ahead of criminals’ ability to conceal information with the use of new data extraction tools.
Using metaphors to explain concepts and data enhances the scientific testimony’s impact, meaning, and memory-value.
By Douglas Page
Gunshot acoustics hold plenty of investigative promise, but analysis can be difficult even for experts.
Global DNA databasing trends are driving the need for cross-border data exchange, international loci-standardization, and efficient new technologies positioned to take DNA databases to a whole new level.
By Chris Asplen
On July 30th of this year, the constitutional question of arrestee DNA testing came a lot closer to getting resolved. It appears that King may well be the case upon which the Court determines whether law enforcement can take a biological sample from an individual arrested for, but not yet convicted of a crime.