"Dedicated to providing the online community a credible source of information about a subject that, as professionals, we find fascinating." Believe me...it does exactly that! I especially enjoy the over 200 articles from "The Print" that you can view online. You can also download issues starting from January 1999 at no cost!
This site is maintained by The National Forensic Science Technology Center. Its content is determined by SWG members and funding is provided by the FBI. SWGFAST (Friction Ridge Analysis, Study and Technology) and SWGIT (Imaging Technologies) have some interesting guidelines available for viewing.
A site for latent print examiners by latent print examiners. Subscribe to the weekly Detail and be informed! . Great opportunity for sharing information and ideas regarding today's 'hot' forensic identification topics!
Reddy is a forensic scientist with the New York City Police Department for almost 30 years. His special interests include, and I quote "application of digital imaging and image enhancement techniques to forensic problems (and) surfing (the) Internet for information and web sites on forensic science."
My favourite of Reddy's favourite quotes:
"To be conscious that you are ignorant of the facts is a great step to knowledge."
"On this site you will find information regarding forensic science, forensic medicine and forensic pyschology." The main source of links is Zeno's Forensic Page. Categories: Forensic Medicine; Forensic Sciences; Forensic Psychiatry/Psychology; General Information Resources.
A UK connection! David Charlton, Editor of Fingerprint Whorld, definitely adds some personal flare to his site! Another great opportunity for sharing information and ideas with many dedicated and knowledgeable forensic identification specialists.
This site was previously known as the LawSearch web site. It uses a drop down menu format and is extremely well organized. Excellent information is provided on fingerprint pattern and classification information. It also explains NCIC fingerprint pattern codes. Test your fingerprint pattern and classification knowledge using the Fingerprint Quiz!
"Minutiae" (quarterly publication) can be downloaded from this site. Technote Articles by Subjectis definitely worth checking out. It's broken down as follows: Impression Evidence; Processing for Latent Prints and Product Manuals. Very informative!
A company that specializes in finding 'computer secrets'. They consider themselves to be experts in the exploitation of the security weaknesses in DOS, Windows, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000 to find computer evidence and company security data leakage.
This extensive and detailed multi-award winning site is about Forensic Science, a branch of criminology. It thoroughly covers the various disciplines of the forensic field, and delves into various crimes and the ways they were ultimately solved. For those of us who love a good mystery, this site is too good to miss. The game, solid information about the human body, and video interviews of the experts make this site a star!