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Forensic Science Communications April 2010



 April 2010 - Volume 12 - Number 2


Technical Article

Evaluation of Clipped-Sample Restoration Software

Bruce E. Koenig
Douglas S. Lacey

Technical Note

Three-Dimensional Laser Scanning of “Crime Scene Gum” as a Forensic Method Demonstrating the Creation of Virtual Tooth Surface Contour and Web-Based Rapid Model Fabrication

Richard Siderits
Jennifer Birkenstamm
Francesca Khani
Evita Sadamin
Janusz Godyn

Short Communications

Correction: SWGDAM Recommendations to the FBI Director on the “Interim Plan for the Release of Information in the Event of a ‘Partial Match’ at NDIS”

Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods Ad Hoc
Committee on Partial Matches

Best Practices for the Installation of Closed-Circuit Television Recording Systems

The Forensic Audio, Video, and Image Analysis Unit (FAVIAU) of the
FBI’s Operational Technology Division presents Best Practices for the
Installation of CCTV Recording Systems.

In Memoriam: Frank Samuel Baechtel

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