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Forensic Intelligence free pdf When forensic recoveries are properly processed and recorded, they are a major intelligence source for crime investigators and analysts. The majority of publications about forensic science cover best practices and basic advice about evidence recovery and storage. Forensic Intelligence takes the subject of forensics one step further and describes how to use the evidence recovered at crime scenes for extended analysis and the dissemination of new forensic intelligence. The book draws on the author's 40 years of experience as a crime scene examiner, latent print examiner, and the Head of Forensic Intelligence, New Scotland Yard, in the London Metropolitan Police Intelligence Bureau (MIB). It supplies practical advice on how to use all forensic recoveries in a modern, analysis-driven, intelligence-led policing environment. The text covers evidentiary procedures related to each of the main crime types, as well as the production of intelligence products from police data. Accompanying the book is a supplemental CD-ROM with a plethora of additional resources, including Treadmark Express footwear evidence software- exemplar templates for the input of forensics, behaviours, and method data into intelligence systems- and other material. This reliable resource is designed for police services of all sizes and capabilities-from the largest organizations with thousands of employees and big budgets down to the smallest department with a few officers. By mastering the basic crime recording and intelligence processes in this volume, investigators can make the best use of all their forensic recoveries. CD ROM Contents: Treadmark Express Footwear Evidence Software and User's Manual Operation Bigfoot Footwear Pattern Distribution Graphs (London 2005) Example CSI Forensic Intelligence Template Shoe and tool Marks Coding Document Report on the Vision of Forensic Intelligence and Strategic Thinking A Unified Format Spreadsheet for Merging Drug Legacy Data from Different Forensic Science Laboratories Forensic Intelligence Report (FIR) Template Role Description Example-Forensic Intelligence Manager Footwear Intelligence Process Map Ballistics Intelligence Process Map-Inputs

About Robert Milne

Bob Milne has completed nearly 40 years of service with the Metropolitan Police Forensic Services Directorate, New Scotland Yard, as a forensic practitioner in the roles of ACPO registered fingerprint expert, crime scene examiner, and manager. He has written articles and made presentations on electrostatic mark lifting, the mathematics of scene linking, the crime mapping of forensic evidence, forensic intelligence in arson investigation, the design of self-contained sequential treatment fingerprint laboratories, and on the subject of forensics in intelligence-led policing. Bob is the inventor of the Pathfinder three-electrode wireless electrostatic dust mark lifter system used by CSIs worldwide. Since retiring from the Met Police in 2008, he has worked in the role of technical consultant with Crime Scene Investigation Equipment Ltd, developing and improving crime scene examination equipment and forensics software applications. In 2011, he became an associate fire investigator with Fire Investigations (UK) LLP and Fire Investigations Global LLP, a role that is ongoing.

Details Book

Author : Robert Milne
Publisher : CRC Press Inc
Data Published : 21 August 2012
ISBN : 1439860386
EAN : 9781439860380
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 288 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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