The Crime Scene: How Forensic Science Works

Author: W. Mark Dale, Wendy S. Becker,
Publisher: Kaplan Publishing
Keywords: works, science, forensic, scene, crime
Pages: 272
Published: 2007-12-04
Language: English
Category: Criminology, Crime & Criminals, Nonfiction,
ISBN-10: 1427796327     ISBN-13: 9781427796325
Binding: Paperback (Original)
List Price: 19.95 USD
  • Rating: 80%

The Crime Scene: How Forensic Science Works is an affordable trade paperback for those who want to learn more about forensic science and how it is used to solve criminal cases.

This book will appeal to the college student who is studying forensic science, or the person who is interested in learning more about it for a career or course of study in criminal justice. Unlike the popular trade books out there on crime scene investigation, this book doesn’t just focus on the gory details of a crime and how it is solved; rather, it introduces the student to the science of the investigation and what it takes to break a case.

In addition, it will be aligned to criminal justice curriculum and the education of investigators-to-be.

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