Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook | Second Edition | Christine R. Ramirez | Casie Parish-Fisher

Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook | Second Edition | Christine R. Ramirez | Casie Parish-Fisher

About the Author:

Christine R. Ramirez is the Texas Forensic Science Academy's training manager at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service in College Station, Texas. She teaches crime scene investigation, evidence processing, friction ridge creation, and bloodstain pattern analysis at the university level. She has written forensic science training manuals and acted as a subject matter expert for forensic science courses. Ms. Ramirez worked as a senior crime scene investigator in one of Texas' largest sheriff's offices' crime laboratory. With 24 years of investigative experience, she currently possesses a master peace officer license from the state of Texas. She is a court-qualified specialist in bloodstain pattern analysis and is a crime scene analyser through the International Association for Identification. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Sam Houston State University. Ms. Ramirez is a member of the International Association for Identification, Texas Division, where she serves on the board of directors, as well as the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts, where she serves as vice president on the executive board.

Casie Parish-Fisher is the head of the School of Natural Sciences' Forensic Science Program and the chair of the School of Behavioural and Social Sciences' Criminal Justice Department at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. She earned a Bachelor of Science in forensic science from Baylor University. She earned a Master of Science in DNA profiling and a PhD in forensic and investigative sciences (genetics) at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, England. Dr. Parish-Fisher is a member of the International Association for Identification and the Texas Division of the International Association for Identification, where she is the organization's president.

Know about the Book 'Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook | Second Edition':

Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook is the basic tools for what crime scene investigators need to know, what they need to accomplish, and how they should do it are provided in this practical book. The truth, and only the truth, is any investigator's master. This rule must be strictly followed in terms of professional ethics. Not only are investigators carrying out the essential function and duty of their job when they effectively seek, collect, and preserve information and evidence from the crime scene to the justice system—doing so without any agenda other than seeking the truth—but they're also increasing the likelihood of true justice being served.


Understanding the different types of physical evidence, such as fingerprints, biological evidence, traces, hair and fiber, impressions, and other types of physical evidence. Performing a scene assessment, including search considerations and dealing with chemical and bioterror threats. The role of crime scene analysis and reconstruction, as well as crime scene photography, drawing, mapping, and recordkeeping. An examination of bloodstain patterns and a description of the body as a crime scene Fire, buried bodies, and entomological evidence are all special scene considerations.

From documenting and securing the first information to delivering emergency care, the responding officer's obligations are outlined. Three new chapters are included, addressing light technology and crime scene processing procedures, as well as fingerprint recovery and castings. The article discusses new technologies and strategies for capturing a scene using  3-D laser scanning. At the end of each chapter, there is a collection of review questions.

Level of Study:  

'Practical Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook | Second Edition' can be obliging to the students of: Bachelor, Masters Coursework, Researchers and Forensic Expert, and Police Investigators. 

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