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I have found a pretty cool little site that is licensed under Creative Commons. This site provides an on-line Forensic Chemistry Laboratory Manual that covers, Alcohol, Arson, Drugs, Explosives, Fabrics, Glass and most other things that your typical Forensics lab will encounter.
This paper describes how biometrics is used in Forensics. It first gives a general introduction to biometrics desribing the main biometric technique of fingerprinting. hand geometry, eye/iris scans, and DNA. Then it gives an introduction of forensics with an example criminal case. Finally it discusses how biometrics is used in forensics, including an interesting handwriting example from the Ted Bundy case.
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