Forensic Science Communications - July 2004 - Table of Contents

Forensic Science Communications - July 2004 - Table of Contents

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July 2004 - Volume 6 - Number 3

Contents

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An Overview of Steganography for the Computer Forensics Examiner

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Microscopy of Hair Part II: A Practical Guide and Manual for Animal Hairs

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Specialized Use of Human Scent in Criminal Investigations

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A Case Study of Forensic Scientist Turnover

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Public Forensic Laboratory Budget Issues

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Standards and Guidelines

 Quality Assurance Audit for Forensic DNA and Convicted Offender DNA Databasing Laboratories

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Revised Validation Guidelines

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Report on the Current Activities of the Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods Y-STR Subcommittee

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