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.
On this page, find links to articles, awards, events, publications, and multimedia related to impression and pattern evidence.
- The Emerging Field of Firearms Audio Forensics
- A study on the occurrence of glass and paint across various cities in the United States-Part I: Background presence of glass in the general population
- Forensic interlaboratory evaluations of a systematic method for examining, documenting, and interpreting duct tape physical fits