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Police Lab: How Forensic Science Tracks Down and Convicts Criminals. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books, 2002. Platt, Richard. Forensics. New York: Kingfisher Books, 2005. Twist, Clint. The Great Forensic Challenge. Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s, 2005. htm is a good website to find out more about what forensic scientists do. org is the website of the professional association to which many forensic scientists belong. ” DVD. The Histor y Channel. ” DVD. The Histor y Channel. COOL SCIENCE CAREERS: Forensic Science Investigator 31 Index analysis, 8, 17, 25 Anthropological Research Facility, 26 fingerprints, 19, 20 individualizing, 21 microscopic evidence, 20, 24 types of, 20–21 expert witnesses, 22 bodily fluids, 21 Body Farm, 26 bullets, 21 Bundy, Ted, 16–17 chief medical examiner’s office in New York City, 17 chromatograph, 25 contaminated evidence, 11 coroner, 15 crime, 5, 10 kidnapping, 4–9 murder, 10–11 “crimes of the century,” 5, 10 Lindbergh baby kidnapping, 4–9 Nicole Brown Simpson murder, 10–11 decompose, 26 dental records, 16–17, 19 disasters, 27–29 DNA, 20, 27, 28 education and training, 15, 17 evidence, 10–11 dental records, 16–17, 18 DNA, 20, 27, 28 fingerprints, 19, 20 forensic, definition of, 12 forensic science, role of, 12 forensic scientists, 14 coroners, 15 dentists, 16–17 education and training, 14, 15, 17 identification of victim, 18–19 pathologists, 15 testifying in court, 22 tools of, 23–26 toxicologists, 16 fungal spores, 24 Goldman, Ronald, 10 hair, 10, 20 Hauptmann, Bruno Richard, 9 Hurricane Katrina, 28 Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 4 Lindbergh baby kidnapping, 4–9 Lindbergh, Charles, 4–9 Locard, Edmond, 21 medical records, 19 microscopic evidence, 20, 24 New York World Trade Center disaster, 28 pathologists, 15 Pentagon disaster, 28 ransom note, 8 Simpson, Nicole Brown, 10–11 Simpson, O.
Ife C When many people die at the same time, the task & areer Skills A good forensic scientist always asks why, when, where, what, who, and how when studying a crime scene. A good forensic scientist also has a strong sense of curiosity. Why would curiosity be an asset in this type of career? for forensic scientists is huge. They must put together all the clues, help identify the bodies, and determine when and how the victims died. Thousands of people died in the attacks on the New York World Trade Center and Pentagon, the Indonesia earthquake and tsunami, and Hurricane Katrina.
Fridell, Ron. Forensic Science. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2006. Jackson, Donna. The Bone Detectives: How Forensic Anthropologists Solve Crimes and Uncover Mysteries of the Dead. New York: Megan Tingley Books, 2001. Owen, David. Police Lab: How Forensic Science Tracks Down and Convicts Criminals. Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books, 2002. Platt, Richard. Forensics. New York: Kingfisher Books, 2005. Twist, Clint. The Great Forensic Challenge. Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s, 2005. htm is a good website to find out more about what forensic scientists do.