Early in the investigation of a shooting incident, proper crime scene work is critical to the final outcome. Whether the shooting is ruled to be an accident, a homicide, or suicide often depends heavily on the initial on-scene work-up. What photographs and which measurements will one need to thoroughly reconstruct the event? What information, if any, can be learned from the physical evidence and surrounding objects in a shooting crime? Beginning with the basic tools and terminology, the book explains what a crime scene investigator needs to look for and document in the quest for the truth.The second type of glass of interest to the shooting investigator is tempered glass . ... attributes make tempered glass ideal for such things as the windows of automobiles and for bathroom shower doors. ... Used in car windshields, very large storefront windows, and some glass security doors, laminated glass is made byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Shooting Scene Investigation|
|Publisher||:||Universal-Publishers - 2003|