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Skeletal remains found in bushland in Londonderry believed to be human - The Daily Telegraph

Skeletal remains found in bushland in Londonderry believed to be human - The Daily Telegraph | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldSkeletal remains found in bushland in Londonderry believed to be humanThe Daily TelegraphPicture: John Grainger Source: The Daily Telegraph POLICE and forensic experts are investigating human remains found by bushwalkers in...
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Forensics links 3 French motorbike attacks - CBS News

Forensics links 3 French motorbike attacks - CBS News | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukForensics links 3 French motorbike attacksCBS NewsInvestigators said Monday that forensic tests have shown the same weapon was used in all three attacks.
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Marine Mystery Crime Novels by Pauline Rowson: CSI Portsmouth a ...

Marine Mystery Crime Novels by Pauline Rowson: CSI Portsmouth a ... | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
The morning programme consisted of talks from former Detective Superintendent and crime writer Bob Bridgestock, fingerprint expert Jane Aston from Hampshire Police Fingerprint Bureau, Lucy Wainwright, forensic ...
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Police back club fingerprinting

Police back club fingerprinting | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Police encourage more nightclubs to use digital technology, such as scanning people's fingerprints, to help tackle problems with revellers.
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Crime History: St. Louis police first to use fingerprints - Washington Examiner

Crime History: St. Louis police first to use fingerprints - Washington Examiner | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Crime History: St. Louis police first to use fingerprintsWashington ExaminerOn this day, Oct. 28, in 1904, the St. Louis Police Department is credited with being the first US police department to use fingerprinting.
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Cold Case: Mildred Porter murder 1/20/1987 Hemet, CA ...

Cold Case: Mildred Porter murder 1/20/1987 Hemet, CA ... | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Cold Case: Mildred Porter murder 1/20/1987 Hemet, CA *Fingerprints from crime scene matches Keith Allen Pipes; he has been arrested and charged*. Mildred Porter .... Forensic Psychology Graduate Program · The National ...
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What is forensic biology « Hanneby.com

What is forensic biology « Hanneby.com | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Forensic science encompasses numerous subdisciplines including forensic biology, forensic chemistry, forensic pathology, forensic toxicology, forensic odontology (dentistry), forensic anthropology, and forensic physics.
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Forensics expert called in - Grand Island Independent

Forensics expert called in - Grand Island Independent | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Forensics expert called inGrand Island IndependentA forensics expert from Nebraska Wesleyan University arrived in Grand Island Thursday to assist in investigation of the human skeletal remains unearthed during construction near North Road and Old...
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Investigator tried to warn of serial killer, Pickton inquiry told - Toronto Star

Investigator tried to warn of serial killer, Pickton inquiry told - Toronto Star | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Investigator tried to warn of serial killer, Pickton inquiry toldToronto StarVANCOUVER—A senior Vancouver police investigator who pioneered geographic criminal profiling tried to warn residents in the Downtown Eastside that a serial killer was on ...
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Michael Short's curator insight, March 26, 2014 4:37 PM

An investigator tryed to warn thet people of a serial killer that targets woman this teachs me that some men are sick and need to be stop to save the lives of the people

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What's the Deal With Racial Profiling? - University at Buffalo The Spectrum

What's the Deal With Racial Profiling? - University at Buffalo The Spectrum | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
What's the Deal With Racial Profiling?University at Buffalo The SpectrumWhile what happened to Abassi is offensive and unnecessary, it was not criminal. Airlines rely, however, on a massive federal agency for their security.
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Crime expert John Douglas on the Knox-Sollecito prosecution

JD: Criminal investigative analysis or what you call "criminal profiling" is the overall process whereby crimes are reviewed in their totality. It involves the process of criminal investigative analysis both by behavior and ...
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What Are Crime Scene Forensics

Crime scene forensics is perhaps the best known career in forensics, probably because of the popularity of numerous television programs which are built around this theme. Many individuals watch these shows and have a ...
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Live Scan Fingerprinting Plus

Live Scan Fingerprinting Plus | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Live Scan Fingerprinting, Notary Public, Passport Photos, Lamination service, Fax sending & Receiving, Color and Black & white Copies, Business Cards, Signs and Banners, Website Design and Hosting, School Supplies, Office Supplies, Computer...
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Email Advice – How to become a CSI (crime scene investigator)? | Forensic Nexus - The Information Portal for Forensic Science

Email Advice – How to become a CSI (crime scene investigator)? | Forensic Nexus - The Information Portal for Forensic Science | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Received an email from a high student interested in pursuing a career as a CSI and provided advice. (RT @forensicnexus2012Email Advice – How to become a CSI (crime scene investigator)?
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Forensics Links Three French Motorbike Attacks - NewsChannel5.com

Forensics Links Three French Motorbike Attacks - NewsChannel5.com | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
CTV.caForensics Links Three French Motorbike AttacksNewsChannel5.comInvestigators said Monday that forensic tests have shown the same weapon was used in all three attacks.
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Digital Forensics: the cloud challenge - Business Cloud News

Digital Forensics: the cloud challenge - Business Cloud News | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Digital Forensics: the cloud challengeBusiness Cloud NewsHandling the glut of data engulfing the world's network of data centres and servers is one of the IT industry's biggest challenges, especially if you're involved in the process of digital...
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Can you tell a psychopath by the way they speak? | The Hot Word ...

Can you tell a psychopath by the way they speak? | The Hot Word ... | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
The real world application of these conclusions may seem far fetched, but police departments and investigators hope to use craigslist or facebook posts to determine psychological profiles of suspects or potential criminals.
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OCHS CQU (Kimberly Van Lathum)'s curator insight, March 18, 2015 9:35 PM

It's only short but details an interesting thought. 
Can we tell if a person has psychopathic tendencies just by the way they speak?

Probably, but I'm not certain.  

 

In any case, I'd like to think I would have a significantly more solid answer in five years time.  At 17 years of age I have to admit my career choices change on almost a daily basis, however I am sure that whatever I end up doing, it will be in an effort to help people in a legal/law enforcement context.  I'm enrolled in the Accident Forensics program, but by using it as a ' stepping stone' as such into the police force I'm confident I will have a solid backing for whatever direction i decide to travel.  The whole prospect of bring peace and consolation to a victim or their family is, for me, a massive motivator.  

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How exactly does Fingerprinting Function? | KennethJW

Fingerprinting technique is also known as dactyloscopy. It's a method in which, finger prints of the baby seem to be knowingly or maybe mindlessly procured and additionally captured inside of a extraordinary advanced ...
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Second body carried out of NW Tallahassee home - Tallahassee.com

Second body carried out of NW Tallahassee home - Tallahassee.com | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Second body carried out of NW Tallahassee homeTallahassee.comA small crowd of family members is on scene, watching members of the TPD forensics team go between the house and the lab-van and waiting for TPD to release more details of what happened...
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FBI agents talk about David Parker Ray's 'toy box' - KOB.com

FBI agents talk about David Parker Ray's 'toy box' - KOB.com | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
FBI agents talk about David Parker Ray's 'toy box'KOB.comKOB Eyewitness News talked with the FBI's forensic experts who have worked the case for the past 12 years about their experience investigating what Ray called, “his toy box,” or, “Satan's den.”...
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Fingerprinting, Blood Analysis All Part of SOU's Forensic Workshop ...

Fingerprinting, Blood Analysis All Part of SOU's Forensic Workshop ... | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Fingerprinting, Blood Analysis All Part of SOU's Forensic Workshop. Andrew Vargas, a Phoenix High School student, works with Southern Oregon University Chemistry Professor Douglas Chapman during the 2010 forensics ...
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Fingerprinting In School | Tim And Angi's Blog

Fingerprinting In School | Tim And Angi's Blog | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
This is just another reason why homeschooling was the best choice for us. Look at what a school district in Florida is doing according to WJHG. Roll call is.
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Memory Forensics: Where to Start | DFI News

Memory Forensics: Where to Start | DFI News | forensic science and criminology | Scoop.it
Have you ever received an image of RAM as part of a forensic case, but didn't really know where to begin in the analysis process?
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Jackson Death Trial Showcases iPhone Forensic Capabilities - NEWS.GNOM.ES (press release)

Jackson Death Trial Showcases iPhone Forensic CapabilitiesNEWS.GNOM.ES (press release)ES/ — “iPhone users would be stunned to learn the amount of recoverable data we can get”, says Mark McLaughlin of Los Angeles based Computer Forensics...
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Amanda Knox: now DNA evidence is on trial - Daily Mail (blog)

Amanda Knox: now DNA evidence is on trialDaily Mail (blog)Since the British geneticist Alec Jeffries pioneered the technique of forensic genetic fingerprinting in the 1980s, there is no doubt that hundreds of guilty murderers, rapists and thugs have...
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