- Provides basic principles of forensic science and an overview of digital forensics and document examination- Contains sections on digital devices, transportation, types of documents and forensic accounting- Includes sections on professional issues, such as from crime scene to court, forensic laboratory reports and health and safety- Incorporates effective pedagogy, key terms, review questions, discussion questions and additional reading suggestions
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[All Sections will include Review questions, Discussion questions and Additional readings sections]
Section 1. Introduction Basic Principles of Forensic Sciences Forensic Classification of Evidence Interpretation/The Comparative Method
Section 2. Digital Devices Digital Imaging and Photography: An Overview Cellular Phones Digital Image: Enhancement and Authentication Audio Enhancement and Authentication Analysis of Digital Evidence
Section 3. Transportation Aircraft Flight Data Recorders Electronic Data Recorders (EDR's, Black Boxes) Analog Tachograph Chart Analysis
Section 4. Documents History of the Forensic Examination Documents Overview of the Forensic Document Examination Analytical Methods Document Dating Forgery/Counterfeits Handwriting Ink Analysis Paper Analysis
Section 5. Financial Counterfeit Currency Identity Theft Forensic Accounting Payment Cards Counterfeit Goods
Section 6. Professional Issues From Crime Scene to Court Forensic Laboratory Reports Health and Safety Child Pornography
Dr. Max M. Houck is an internationally-recognized forensic expert with research interests in forensic science, education, and the forensic enterprise and its industries. He has worked in all aspects of forensic science, including at the FBI Laboratory. Dr. Houck has published widely in books and peer-reviewed journals. His anthropology and trace evidence casework includes the Branch Davidian Investigation, the September 11 attacks on the Pentagon, the D.B. Cooper case, the US Embassy bombings in Africa, and the West Memphis Three case, among hundreds of others. He served for six years as the Chair of the Forensic Science Educational Program Accreditation Commission (FEPAC). Dr. Houck is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a founding Co-Editor of the journal Forensic Science Policy and Management.