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Read more about different forensic sciences:

Bloodstain pattern analysis

Bloodstain pattern analysis (BPA) involves the study and analysis of bloodstains. In forensic work, bloodstain pattern analysis can help investigators find out more about certain aspects of previous events that took place at a place that is known or suspected of being linked to a crime in a significant way. Read more…

Forensic DNA Analysis

If you have ever wondered if you were related to the Vikings or who your birth parents were or who committed a particular crime, then DNA may provide your answers. In respect to DNA analysis, blood sampling is only one aspect. There are as many ways in which distinct DNA characteristics can be harvested as there are reasons for the process. Read more…

 Fingerprints Forensics

A human fingerprint does not change over time and is unique to each individual. This fact alone makes it almost as vital to crime fighting as DNA analysis. When fingerprints are analyzed forensically, they are looked at for the purposes of detection of drug use, tobacco use and for criminal behavior. Read more…

Forensic Odontology

Teeth can reveal so much about an individual like their identity, age, and history. Bite marks can even reveal a person’s attacker or at the very least the abuse done to an individual. Forensic Odontology aids the criminal justice system in uncovering such egregious acts.  Read more…

Forensic Accounting

Forensic accounting uses mathematical and statistical information and has helped forensic accountants to apply their investigative skills in a more effective and efficient manner than to discover financial crimes.  Read more…

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