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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2006

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2006

April 2006 - Volume 8 - Number 2


Research and Technology Transparent Transparent

Code Breaking in Law Enforcement: A 400-Year History

Dorn Vernessa Samuel

Standards and Guidelines Transparent  

The National Center for Forensic Science Ignitable Liquids Reference Collection and Database

Stephen P. Allen, Mary R. Williams, Craig Bryant, Doug Byron, James Cerven, Bradley D. Cooper, Dennis C. Hilliard, Judi Hoffmann, Jason Kwast, Sherrie A. Thomas, and Carrie M. Whitcomb

Quality Assurance Guide for the Forensic Analysis of Ignitable Liquids

Fire Laboratory Standards and Protocols Committee
Scientific/Technical Working Group for Fire and Explosions

Meetings and Conferences Transparent Transparent

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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