Want to create believable crime scenes and establish the facts that crack your case? Too many authors cut corners or ignore procedure when finding the evidence in their stories. This guide offers an accurate and accessible overview of crime scenes and the investigative process.
Written as a practical reference for authors in any genre, this helpful "Forensics for Fiction" title unpacks a range of authentic details:
- Terms and techniques associated with crime scenes.
- Methods used to search and document types of scene.
- The various on-scene professionals and their duties.
- Case studies in which crime scenes decide the outcome.
- Laws and jurisdictions that regulate investigations.
- Ways to incorporate crime scenes in any popular genre.
Whether you're writing CSIs or private eyes, this illustrated guidebook offers a comprehensive, user-friendly reference to cracking the scene of your crime.
Author: Geoff Symon
Publisher: Evil MasterMind, LLC
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.43d
About the Author
Symon, Geoff: - Geoff Symon is a 20-year Federal Forensic Investigator and Polygraph Examiner. His participation in high-profile cases includes the attacks on September 11, 2001, the War in Iraq, the Space Shuttle Columbia explosion, the 2002 bombings in Bali and the Chandra Levy investigation, among countless other cases. He has direct, first-hand experience investigating cases including murder (of all types), suicide, arson, kidnapping, bombings, sexual assault, child exploitation, theft and financial crimes. He has specified and certified training in the collection and preservation of evidence, blood-spatter analysis, autopsies and laboratory techniques. You can reach him at GeoffSymon.com.
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