Resources and References
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Blackledge, Robert D. "Condom Trace Evidence: A New Factor in Sexual Assault Investigations." FBI Law Bulletin. May 1996.
Eltzeroth, Ronald L. and Theodore R. Elzerman (eds.) The Crime Scene Technicians Manual. Chicago, Illinois: Police Training Institute, University of Illinois.
Ferdico, John N. Criminal Procedures for the Law Enforcement Officer. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Company, 1979.
Futrell, Ivan Ross. "Hidden Evidence: Latent Prints on Human Skin." FBI Law Bulletin. April 1996.
Graham, Richard K. "Metal Detection: the Crime Scene's Best Kept Secret." FBI Law Bulletin. February 1995.
Krupowicz, Thomas E. Fingerprints: The Identity Factors. Chicago, Illinois: Terk Books and Publishers, 1994.
Morse, Dan et al., Handbook of Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology. Tallahassee, Florida: Bill's Book Store.
National Institute of Justice and National Commission on the Future of DNA Evidence, "What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence," September 1999.
Osterburg, James W. The Crime Laboratory: Case Studies of Scientific Criminal Investigation. New York, New York: Clark Boardman Company, Ltd., 1982.
Saferstein, Richard. Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Inc., 1977.
Skinner, Mark and Lazenby (eds.) Found! Human Remains. Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada: Archaeology Press, Simon Fraser University.
Wattendorf, George. "Focus on Domestic Violence: Prosecuting Cases Without Victim Cooperation." FBI Law Bulletin. April 1996.
Table of Contents Handouts Case 10-123-90, 301 N. Center St., 06 October 1990, Homicide
FBI Standards for the Collection, Packaging and, Routing of Evidence Outline
FBI Handbook of Forensic Science under "Live Ammunition" pg. 54
Contact FBI Explosives Unit for Instructions
Part V of FBI Handbook of Forensic Science
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