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|Title: ||The Crime Scene Context.|
|Citation: ||In: Sutton, R. & Trueman, K.J. (Eds.) Crime Scene Management: Scene Specific Methods, Chapter 1.|
|Issue Date: ||2009 |
|Additional Links: ||http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470016787.html|
|Abstract: ||Crime Scene Management: Scene Specific Methods is an accessible introduction to the common forms of evidence that may be encountered at a scene of crime and the techniques used for recovery of that evidence. Chapter 1 - The Crime Scene is written by Raul Sutton. Context: Introduction - What is a Crime? - The Nature of the UK Legal System - The Legal System in England and Wales - The Courts - The Judicial System in Northern Ireland - The Scottish Legal System - Judicial Processes that Deal with Causes of Death - What Constitutes Evidence? - The Chain Events in Evidence Gathering - The Relationships between Evidence Gatherers and Analysts - Health and Safety Considerations - Suggested Further Reading.|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
|Keywords: ||Legal system|
Crime scene management
|Appears in Collections: ||Forensic Science Research Group|
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