2010 Complete Journal Archive


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2010 ACSR Journal Article Abstracts

Detective Tilo Voitel, Denver Police Department, Traffic Investigations Abstract:  In November of 2006 a family with small children was crossing the street in downtown Denver when they were hit by a [more]

Ross M. Gardner, MA, CSCSA Abstract:  Event Analysis is a specific crime scene analysis method in use today. Its purpose is to objectively define what happened in alleged criminal events and in what [more]

Ludwig Benner Jr., BChE, PE-Safety (Retired) and William D. Carey, BA  Abstract: The search for ways to improve present crime scene reconstruction practices is a continuing endeavor. Might the adapt[more]

Matthew Noedel, Noedel Scientific, Puyallup, WA Abstract:  Many studies have been conducted about the evaluation and reconstruction of fired bullet paths delivered in indoor scenes (1-4). Typically, [more]

Jeff Saviano, CFC, April Allgood, MS, and Zerah Malone, MS Abstract:  Void patterns in bloodstain pattern analysis are often used to determine the absence or movement of an intermediate object from i[more]