Forensic Investigations

by Lefevre, Joseph
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ISBN: 9781609277208

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Forensic Investigations is an anthology designed to address the information gaps found in typical forensic textbooks. The articles selected for this text provide a deeper understanding of both the theory and the practical applications of forensic-investigation skills. Divided into five topical areas, these readings include some of the most up-to-date research studies and suggested practices in the field. Topics include The CSI Effect, Views on the Needs for Forensics, Photography, DNA/Fingerprints, and Digital Evidence. This book also includes historical articles that provide contextual background related to current trends. Joe LeFevre has worked as both a police officer and firefighter during his professional career. He has held positions as a police officer, patrol supervisor, field training officer, evidence technician, firefighter II, fire department engineer, and fire investigator.

After becoming a police field training officer Joseph LeFevre was certified to instruct Wisconsin Police Academy classes. After receiving a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice, LeFevre began teaching at University Wisconsin-Platteville, where he is now a full-time instructor. He is currently working to complete his PhD, and he continues to conduct in-service training and academy classes for police officers and firefighters.

  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Author: Lefevre, Joseph
  • ISBN: 9781609277208
  • Condition: Used
  • Dimensions: 10.00 x 0.63
  • Number Of Pages: 300
  • Publication Year: 2011

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