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The ultimate guide to forensic entomology

Forensic entomology is not only a useful tool to decide how long human remains have been undetected, but forensic entomology can also be used to find out whether the corpse have been moved after death, the cause of death, and also solve cases of contraband trafficking.  Some of the contents on these pages may disturb you. If it does, you have been warned. It is most likely however, that you will look upon death with new insight.

 

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Basic Death Investigations
Introduction to Basic Death Investigation begins to explore basic death investigation, some different causes of death (drownings, fires, gunshots, etc.), and basic body handling. You will learn how to conduct an investigation of death resulting from criminal, suspicious, known causes, or undetermined causes. You will learn how to interview witnesses and prepare full descriptions of scene and pertinent facts relating to the death.

Criminology Basics
If you're interested in pursuing a career in the criminal law field, business law or behavioral sciences, this class provides insights on crime control, criminal mindset, controversies involving the police, due process, prison life, rehabilitation and many other areas. An ideal course for anyone who wants to know how the criminal justice system really operates.

Advanced Forensic Investigative Techniques: Analysis & Physical Matching of Pattern & Trace Evidence
Physical evidence at a crime scene most often occurs as trace evidence. Often this evidence requires physical matching, analysis of physical or chemical properties, separation into various components, identification of source, and crime scene reconstruction in order to link a suspect to a victim or crime scene. Knowing how to preserve, collect, and process crime scene evidence is critical to the integrity of any criminal investigation. Even if evidence collection is not part of your job, knowing how to preserve the evidence so as to maintain its evidentiary value is critical information for any member of a crime or death scene investigation team.

 

Crime Scene and Evidence Photography Crime Scene Investigator

Crime Scene and Evidence Photography in documenting crime scenes.  Includes Crime Scene Investigation resources, training, articles and links to forensic web pages.

 

 

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