This introductory volume explains the investigator's job, incoporating investigation, forensic science, and courtroom law into a single offering. It's the only criminal investigation book that includes material on processing an underwater crime scene.
The evidence discovered at underwater crime scenes must be handled with the same attention to proper chain of custody procedures as with any other type of investigation. Improper handling of these scenes can lead to evidence being lost, unrecognizable, destroyed, contaminated, or rendered inadmissible at the time of trial. Updated and expanded, Und
At a time when crime scene television shows are all the rage amongst the civilian population, knowledge of firearm forensics is of paramount importance to crime scene analysts, police detectives, and attorneys for both the prosecution and the defense. Cartridges and Firearm Identification brings together a unique, multidisciplined approach to quest
Handbook of Enemy Ammunition Italian Fuzes Gaines Shell etc Shell Markings German Primers Small Arm and Gun Ammo
These handbooks were issued to all field units in contact with the enemy in Europe and Africa, and were intended for use by all personnel to help them recognise enemy ammunition. Specialist personnel were then trained to handle and disarm/destroy the ammunition so found. Each pamphlet covers a number of items, and this issue covers Italian ammunition (and see Nos 9 and 10), including artillery shells, fuses and cartridges. It also covers more German ammunition, including 3.7cm and 7.5cm anti-tank shells, the 7.5cm shell for tanks and assault guns, and 10.5cm field howitzer cartridges. See also the other pamphlets in this series: Handbooks 1-15 are published separately by Naval and Military Press.