Forensics study
 
Category: Forensics study
Document examination is a form of forensic science that includes the analysis of handwriting as well as the detection of forged documents such as passports.
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Forensic Science is a field of study that has currently become widely known and popular, mostly due to the hit show CSI, and its spin-offs CSI: Miami and CSI: New York. However, while these shows are very entertaining, real forensic science is quite different.
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Management of a crime scene is the process of ensuring the orderly, accurate and effective collection and preservation of physical evidence so that the evidence can be used to take legal action.
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It is not uncommon for lay persons to erroneously believe that criminal investigative analysis, commonly referred to as “criminal profiling,” is synonymous with forensic psychology, especially with the rise in popularity of television programs on profiling that incorporate psychological concepts.
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Psychologists and attorneys often operate according to different philosophies.Psychologists and attorneys frequently use evidence differently
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Investigative psychology (IP) is a framework for the integration of a diverse range of aspects of psychology into all areas of criminal and civil investigation. It is concerned with all the forms of criminality that may be examined by the police, from arson and burglary to murder, rape or even terrorism.
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For more than 150 years, scientists have studied the interaction of bullets and fragments from explosive weapons with human tissue. Such studies have had an effect on how wounded people are treated, the development of international humanitarian law in relation to weapons and, more recently, the investigation of crimes in which firearms have been used.
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Car paint as physical evidence is probably one of the samples most commonly received by forensic laboratories. Paint chips or paint smears are very often transferred on to the clothing of a car accident victim on impact with an automobile.
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The task of identifying an individual suspected of involvement in a crime usually comes down to answering the question “Are the accused person and the person characterized as having committed the crime in fact one and the same person?”
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Pesticides are substances extensively used in the country or in town for preventing, destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest. These groups of substances include different classes of compounds that present different types of toxicity.
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Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances have several medical and scientific uses. However, they can be and are also abused and trafficked. India's approach towards Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances is enshrined in Article 47 of the Constitution of India
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Drug-facilitated crime (DFC) is a general term that includes rape or other sexual assault, robbery, money extortion, as well as the deliberate maltreatment of the elderly or children under the influence of psychotropic substances.
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Forensic entomology, the use of insects and other arthropods in forensic investigations, is becoming increasingly more important in such investigations. To ensure its optimal use by a diverse group of professionals including pathologists, entomologists and police officers, a common frame of guidelines and standards is essential.
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Human identification is currently one of the most outstanding areas of Forensic Sciences. Forensic anthropology is a branch of the Forensic Sciences concerned with the application of general anthropological knowledge and methods to the process of law. Postmortem human identification is one of the major areas of study and research in Legal Medicine and Forensic Dentistry and both sciences work with the same type material and the human body in several conditions.
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In the forensic laboratory, serology analysis refers to the screening of evidence for body fluids while DNA analysis refers to the efforts to individualize body fluids to a specific person.
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The impact of information technology on the world provides limitless benefits for individuals, business, commerce and industry. Unfortunately, as technology develops so does the vulnerability of systems to failure, to unauthorised access and to attack.
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Forensic Computing is the process of identifying, preserving, analyzing, and presenting digital evidence in a manner that is legally acceptable in a court of law
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Nowadays, rapid evolution of computers and mobile phones has caused these devices to be used in criminal activities. Providing appropriate and sufficient security measures is a difficult job due to complexity of devices which makes investigating crimes involving these devices even harder.
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Forensic testing is performed for a legal purpose and may affect: – Criminal trial (freedom/jail or death of accused) – Civil trial (denial of compensation/money) – Loss of a job (if drug use proven)
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In considering constitutional limits on police investigations, courts and commentators rely on only a small part of the relevant history. No doubt driven by the rising influence of originalism, historical inquiries focus on Framing Era rules limiting constables and watchmen.
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Forensic psychology is the intersection flanked by psychology and the justice system. It involves understanding criminal law in the relevant jurisdictions in order to be able to interact appropriately with judges, attorneys and other legal professionals.
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Profiling—one of the tasks often associated with investigative psychology—requires sketching the significant psychological and demographic features of a person or persons.
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The American Academy of Forensic Psychology gives the Beth Clark Distinguished Service Contribution. Award when it concludes that an individual has made outstanding service contributions to the field.
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The application of psychology in the criminal and civil justice system is known as forensic psychology. Hugo Munsterberg (1863 – 1916), a German‐American psychologist was the first to pioneered the application of criminal psychology in research and theories.
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Ballistics is the science that deals with the flight, behavior and effect of a projectile.
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