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Students may individually explore each of the 23 bones in the human head using Quicktime 3. The Cranium, also called the... see more

This site contains a lecture on blood stain analysis. Also included are questions and assignments that can be used for... see more

The tutorial prepared by J. Slemko Forensic Consulting provides a solid understanding of bloddstain pattern analysis... see more

This site contains links to articles on Expert Testimony, Ethics, and other issues.

Richard Warrington created the website, Gizmos & Gagets for the Crime Scene Investigator, to help crime scene officers... see more

This site contains links to articles on behavioral evidence, or criminal profiling and psychology. There are also links... see more

This site contains links to articles regarding digital evidence, or computers, computer crime and digital imaging.

This site contains links to articles on fingerprint evidence. Topics include background material, general processing,... see more

This site offers forensic science lesson plans.

The Virtual Exhibit on Forensic Science includes a database of basic forensic science information, key dates in the... see more

A site that has interesting information on forensics and interactive activities for kids to play.

This is a 37 page lesson plan in which students perform three separate lab activities to examine evidence found at the... see more

ScienceDaily is one of the Internet’s most popular science news web sites. Since starting in 1995, the award-winning site... see more

This site contains links to articles on testimonial evidence such as witness statements, interviews and confessions.

This paper provides a broad overview of the subject of biometrics, how they are used, how performance is measured, how... see more

This site traces the history of using fingerprints as a means of identification.

This site was designed to help accident reconstructionists to learn how to study the evidence. There are a number of... see more

Do you like a good mystery? Are you always first to figure out who did it and how they did it when you watch a movie or... see more

This comprehensive collection of 100+ videos on fraud is located at The Pros and The Cons! website.  Included is the CNBC... see more

This site contains links to articles regarding death investigation, forensic anthropoloy & archeology, and forensic... see more

TV programs such as "Law and Order" show how forensic experts are called upon to give testimony that often determines the... see more

The purpose of this article is to outline some procedural concepts regarding recognition, documentation, collection,... see more

The purpose of this site is to explain what is meant by driver's Perception Reaction Time. It contains a downloadable... see more

This site provides a glossary for blood pattern analysis. The terminology was developed by the International Association... see more