Crime scene may contain hundreds of pieces of evidence. Some are dear and obvious. Like a footprint in the snow or a hammer used to break a window. Others may be almost invisible to the human eye.
Hidden clues at a Crime scene include fingerprints, traces of blood Sweat or hart even a lip print. Forensic investigators gather this evidence to help track down the criminal. They can even uncover vital evidence in a wrecked car or burned house. With many examples and case studies, Forensic Secrets shows how crime scene investigators pursue their careful essential work.
|Publisher:||Scholastic Library Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Telltale Signs 4
Extra Prints 8
Invisible Blood 10
Hidden Clues 12
Case Study: Secrets of a Ski Chalet 14
Proof on the Head of a Pin 16
Sweaty Secrets 18
Sneaky Saliva 20
What Next? 28
Index and Web Finder 32