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Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide
by Steven Staggs
The Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide, 2nd Edition is designed to be a field reference for those responsible for photography at the crime scene. It may be used by law enforcement officers, investigators, and crime scene technicians. It contains instructions for photographing a variety of crimes scenes and various types of evidence. It is a valuable reference tool when combined with training and experience. The Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide is also a helpful resource for students and others interested in entering into the field of crime scene investigation.
by Gary W. Jones
Introduction to Fingerprint Comparison was written by retired FBI Supervisory Fingerprint Specialist Gary W. Jones. This 87 page 5 ½" by 8 ½" book is a valuable text in learning the basic skills in fingerprint comparison. Examples and quizzes give the reader a solid foundation on which to build comparison skills.
by Gary W. Jones
Courtroom Testimony for the Fingerprint Expert was written by retired FBI Supervisory Fingerprint Specialist Gary W. Jones. This 114 page 5 ½" by 8 ½" book is a valuable text in preparing to testify as an expert witness in court. You will refer to this text over and over to become more effective as an expert witness.
by Dwane S. Hilderbrand
Footwear, The Missed Evidence is a field guide to the collection and preservation of forensic footwear impression evidence. This 224 page, 7 ½" by 10" publication will be your constant reference on locating, collecting and recovering footwear evidence. Whether you are on the crime scene or in the crime laboratory, you will refer to this book again and again. It includes numerous full color photographs, diagrams, and tables.
by Richard Behr
Under the Headset: Surviving Dispatcher Stress is a book about the stress of being a dispatcher. Written by a dispatcher and a critical incident stress instructor, it includes information about the stress process, identifying stressors, and coping with stress. The book also includes sections on humor and inspiration. Stories of survival, written by dispatchers who have lived through the stress of critical incidents, are provided.