Practical homicide investigation; tactics, procedures, and forensic techniques, 4th ed.9780849333033
Practical homicide investigation; tactics, procedures, and forensic techniques, 4th ed.
Geberth, Vernon J.
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Homicide and forensic consultant Geberth, a former New York City New York City: see New York, city.
New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. detective, presents the new edition of his "best practice" investigation guide for the homicide professional, updating the text to account for new forensic techniques and investigative procedures. He has organized the information to mirror the course of a typical homicide investigation from initial notification to police through the procedural steps of a proper investigation, including the crime scene search, estimation of time of death, identification of the deceased, death notifications A death notification is a letter delivered to the family of a solider or public service member who has died on duty. Usually, the Military of the United States withholds the name of a deceased member until the family has been notified. , collection of evidence, the autopsy, news media policy, identification of suspects, criminal personality profiling, and supervision and management issues. The new edition includes two new chapters on the application of DNA DNA: see nucleic acid.
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One of two types of nucleic acid (the other is RNA); a complex organic compound found in all living cells and many viruses. It is the chemical substance of genes. technology and equivocal EQUIVOCAL. What has a double sense.
2. In the construction of contracts, it is a general rule that when an expression may be taken in two senses, that shall be preferred which gives it effect. Vide Ambiguity; Construction; Interpretation; and Dig. death investigations, those investigations involving staged crime scenes or a lack of determination of homicide or suicide. He incorporates illustrative case material, including photographs, throughout the text.
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