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Biological Evidence

Ann Bucholtz

Biological Evidence

Criminal Investigations Series (Edition custom published for Corinthian Colleges)

by Ann Bucholtz

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Published by LawTech Custom Publishing .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL12186564M
ISBN 101889315257
ISBN 109781889315256


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An introduction to the types of biological evidence commonly found at crime scenes and how to collect it. This text is written in an easy to read and understand style for non-science majors and for professionals working in the criminal justice system. Specific biological evidence discussed includes blood, semen, saliva, urine, feces, hair, and /5(3).

An introduction to the types of biological evidence commonly found at crime scenes and how to collect it. This text is written in an easy to read and understand style for non-science majors and for professionals working in the criminal justice system. Specific biological evidence discussed Author: Ann Bucholtz.

Focusing solely Biological Evidence book the science behind the forensic analysis of biological evidence, this book highlights the principles, methods, and techniques used in forensic serologic and forensic DNA analysis.

Divided into two areas, the first addresses the identification of biological fluids including blood, semen, and saliva.5/5(3). The report of the Technical Working Group on Biological Evidence Preservation offers guidance for individuals involved in the collection, examination, tracking, packaging, storing, and disposition of biological by: 8.

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Focusing solely on the science behind the forensic analysis of biological evidence, this book highlights the principles, methods, and techniques used in forensic serologic and forensic DNA analysis/5.

This chapter discusses the various types of biological evidence encountered at crime scenes and methods for their collection, preservation, and analysis.

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Evidence Supporting Biological Evolution Along path leads from the origins of primitive "life," which existed at least billion years ago, to the profusion and diversity of life that exists today.

This path is best understood as a product of evolution. Additionally, biological material can be a source of DNA which can allow an individual to be linked to a scene and a specific biological sample. DNA can be obtained from a variety of sources including blood, skin cells, semen, hair, saliva and tissue.

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Such evidences are in the form of blood, saliva, sperm, hair, tissue, bones, teeth, blood, or other bodily fluids. At a crime scene, many types of biological evidences may be present. Other biological evidence has also historically been used to help determine the identity of a criminal or to rule out a potential suspect.

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Biological evidence includes blood, saliva, semen and other body fluid stains. Any of this evidence may be important and should be collected. Biological evidence with forensic interest may be found in several cases of assault, being particularly relevant if sexually related.

Sexual assault cases are characterized by low rates of disclosure, reporting, prosecution, and conviction.

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Those who master the material in this volume will understand the methodology of the investigation in DNA typing, develop an understanding of the scientific.

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Recent audits of laboratories have called for better science and improved quality control in forensic Size: KB. The Biological Evidence Preservation Handbook offers guidance for individuals involved in the collection, examination, tracking, packaging, storing, and disposition of biological evidence.

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This course is structured to provide the basic concepts of forensic serology as it applies to the collection, preservation and testing of biological evidence. Each module will be supplemented with figures, animations, and links to appropriate websites that will provide the materials necessary for course completion.

Biological material may contain hazardous pathogens such as the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the hepatitis B virus that can cause potentially lethal diseases. Given the sensitive nature of DNA evidence, officers should always contact their laboratory personnel or evidence collection technicians when collection questions arise.

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Chain of custody Provides a unique identifier so it cannot be confused with any other evidence item. Laboratory case and item number • • • Goals.

of Evidence Packaging Correctly identifies evidence with respect to: Evidence description: What is it?File Size: 2MB.Biological Evidence Biological evidence is evidence that can be tested through DNA mapping and other profiling methods. Each specific type of evidence, whether it be saliva sample or semen sample, needs special techniques in acquiring and preserving in .