Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, April 2002

Forensic Science Communications, Table of Contents, April 2002

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April 2002 - Volume 4 - Number 2

Contents

Research and Technology

The mtDNA Population Database: An Integrated Software and Database Resource for Forensic Comparison

Keith L. Monson, Kevin W. P. Miller, Mark R. Wilson, Joseph A. DiZinno, and Bruce Budowle

Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Data for the AmpF/STR® Profiler Loci of Samples from the Malay Population in Malaysia

Lim Kong Boon, Primulapathi Jaya, Mohd Izuan Othman, N. Hithaya Jeevan, Kee Sue Sing, Lee Yoon Hin

Explosives Residue: Origin and Distribution

John D. Kelleher

The Manufacture of Smokeless Powders and their Forensic Analysis: A Brief Review

Robert M. Heramb and Bruce R. McCord

Long-Lasting Lipsticks and Latent Prints

Ana Castello, Mercedes Alvarez, Marcos Miquel, and Fernando Verdu

Reviews and Editorials

 Book Review: Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault: A Forensic Handbook, edited by Marc A. LeBeau and Ashraf Mozayani

Reviewed by Carl S. Hornfeldt

Book Review: Questioned Documents: A Lawyer's Handbook, by Jay Levinson

Reviewed by Danielle P. Seiger

Standards and Guidelines

General Guidelines for Capturing Latent Impressions Using a Digital Camera (Version 1.2, December 6, 2001)

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Guidelines for Field Applications of Imaging Technologies in the Criminal Justice System (Version 2.3, December 6, 2001)

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Guidelines and Recommendations for Training in Imaging Technologies in the Criminal Justice System (Version 1.2, December 6, 2001)

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Considerations for Managers (Version 1.2, December 6, 2001)

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Training Update

The FBI Virtual Academy

Jane Homeyer

Meetings and Conferences

To Meetings and Conference Page

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