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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - October 2005

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - October 2005

October 2005 - Volume 7 - Number 4


Research and Technology Transparent Transparent

Validation of a Forensic Method for Analog VHS Video Recorder Identification

Dean Catoggio, Bryson Shearwood, and Jason Ferridge

W. Mark Dale and Wendy S. Becker

Standards and Guidelines Transparent Transparent

Best Practices for Forensic Image Analysis

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technology (SWGIT)


Short Communications Transparent Transparent

Accreditation Mentoring Program

Timothy D. Kupferschmid

FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program

Anja Einseln

Meetings and Conferences Transparent Transparent

To Meetings and Conferences Page

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