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Crime Scene Investigation: Theory, Practice, Technique and Law
Crime Scene Investigation: Theory, Practice, Technique and Law
ISBN: 978-0-7798-5194-2
Product Type: Book
Number of Pages: Approximately 180 pages
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: softcover
Publication Date: 2013-01-31
Publisher: Carswell
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Crime Scene Investigation examines the components of modern crime scene investigations. It details the procedures for securing, collecting, identifying, and analyzing crime scene evidence. In addition, it addresses legal aspects of crime scene evidence including chain of evidence, reliability, disclosure obligations,
and admissibility.
About the Author
Brian Ward is a retired Toronto Police Service Staff Sergeant who devoted much of his career to working with the Forensic Identification Service. He has participated in numerous investigations and was one of the four-person forensic identification team members selected for the search of Paul Bernardo's home in St. Catharine's. He continues to teach law enforcement and forensic investigation at several Toronto-area post-secondary colleges. He developed an online course dealing with forensic investigation and served as the forensic editor for a nationally published law enforcement magazine.
Mark Heerema lives and works in Halifax, Nova Scotia as a Crown Attorney with the Special Prosecutions Section of the Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service. As a Crown Attorney, Mark is routinely involved in the prosecution of criminal cases that rely heavily upon forensic evidence. In addition to prosecuting, Mark has been a part-time lecturer at the Dalhousie Schullich School of Law as well as a presenter to police recruits. Mark Heerema received his Bachelor of Laws from Dalhousie University and his Masters of Laws at the University of Cambridge where he attended as a Rt. Hon. Paul Martin Scholar.
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