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FBI — The Forensic Analysis Of Footwear Impression Evidence

Of the 258 footwear identifications made by the Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Laboratory from 1991 to 1994, 28 involved the Schallamach pattern. The Schallamach pattern was observed mainly in the toe and heel area of the outsole, ran horizontally across the outsole of the shoe, and was not affected by the design of the outsole.

Actived: Thursday Jan 1, 1970

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Hairs, Fibers, Crime, and Evidence, Part 3, by Deedrick (Forensic

Posted: (53 years ago) When evidence is received in the Trace Evidence Unit, the case is assigned to an examiner. The examiner will read the incoming communication to determine the nature of the offense, the names of the suspects and victims, and the types of requested examinations.

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FBI — The FBI's Perspective on the Cybercrime Problem

Posted: (53 years ago) Deciphering the Debate Over Encryption Amy Hess, Executive Assistant Director, Science and Technology Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Statement Before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation, Washington, D.C.

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FBI — Al-Qaeda International

Posted: (53 years ago) Deciphering the Debate Over Encryption Amy Hess, Executive Assistant Director, Science and Technology Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Statement Before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation, Washington, D.C.

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Hairs, Fibers, Crime, and Evidence, Part 1, by Deedrick (Forensic

Posted: (53 years ago) Part 1: Hair Evidence. Douglas W. Deedrick. Unit Chief Trace Evidence Unit Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington, DC . Hair Evidence | Hair Microscopy | Hair Anatomy and Growth | Animal Hairs | Human Hairs | Body Area Determination | Racial Determination | Age and Sex | Treatment and Removal | Biological or Environmental Alteration | Conclusions Significance of …

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FBI — Review Article - Forensic Hair Comparison: Background …

Posted: (53 years ago) The persistence of textile fibres transferred during simulated contacts, Journal of the Forensic Science Society (1982) 22:353–360. Saferstein, R. Hairs, fibers, and paint. In: Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science. 5th ed. Prentice-Hall–Simon & Schuster, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1995, pp. 202–242.

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Hairs, Fibers, Crime, and Evidence, Part 2, by Deedrick (Forensic

Posted: (53 years ago) Natural Fibers. Many different natural fibers originating from plants and animals are used in the production of fabric. Cotton fibers are the plant fibers most commonly used in textile materials, with the type of cotton, fiber length, and degree of twist contributing to the diversity of these fibers.

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FBI — The Threat of Eco-Terrorism

Posted: (53 years ago) Current investigations include the 10/14/2001 arson at the Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse and Burro Corral in Litchfield, California, the 7/20/2000 destruction of trees and damage to vehicles at the U.S. Forestry Science Laboratory in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and the 11/29/1997 arson at the Bureau of Land Management Corral in Burns, Oregon.

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Recovering and Examining Computer Forensic Evidence by …

Posted: (53 years ago) Computer forensic science was created to address the specific and articulated needs of law enforcement to make the most of this new form of electronic evidence. Computer forensic science is the science of acquiring, preserving, retrieving, and presenting data that has been processed electronically and stored on computer media.

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FBI — The Terrorist Threat Confronting the United States

Posted: (53 years ago) Deciphering the Debate Over Encryption Amy Hess, Executive Assistant Director, Science and Technology Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Statement Before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation, Washington, D.C.

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