Assessing Methods to Enhance and Preserve Proteinaceous Impressions from the Skin of Decedents during the Early Stages of Decomposition while Examining Environmental Variations across Seasons
Development of Dual-Resolution 3D Imaging Device and Software Tools for Shoe and Tire Impression Evidence Collection, Visualization, and Recognition
Reduction of Backlogged Cases and Improve the Timeliness of Forensic Results for Submitting Agencies in the State of Wyoming
One of the most common forms of evidence investigators may detect and collect at a crime scene is impression and pattern evidence. Impression and pattern evidence can help link a suspect or tool to a particular crime scene. New or improved techniques to identify, collect, analyze and preserve impression and pattern evidence would greatly aid the forensic community.