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Crime Scene Investigator offers a unique insight into the work and thinking of a major expert in the captivating field of forensic science.
Semi-autobiographical, it charts the development of one individual and the science of crime scene investigation, with real life stories, the horror and the humour, human endeavour at its very best and worst.
It tells the stories of real cases and real people. The book is punctuated by chapters explaining the thought processes and practise behind the science during its recent development.
About the Author
Born in London in 1957 Paul Millen began his career in Scotland Yard's Forensic Science Laboratory, moving to the crime scene field in 1980. A four year posting to the Yard's elite Flying Squad followed. Actively involved in the Forensic Science Society, he was later elected its vice president. Moving to the independent sector he continues to train crime scene investigators and managers at home and overseas whilst undertaking high profile case reviews.
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This interesting, informative book follows the author's career in crime scene investigation. Along the way it explains how this job originated and its development into an important profession vital to the investigation of crimes. He explains exactly how the crime scene investigator goes about his job and gives real examples of how it has helped in solving a number of crimes.
Number Of Pages: 277
Published: 1st July 2010
Publisher: Hinkler Books Pty, Limited
Dimensions (cm): 19.400 x 13.000
Weight (kg): 0.21
Edition Number: 1