Child Abuse The Forensic Investigation.Michael Ward, MD Chief Medical Examiner Greenville, South Carolina...Child Abuse.• The physical, sexual, or mental injury, exploitation or negligent treatment of a child under the age of 18 years, by a person
Chapter 6 "Current digital forensics tools", this chapter explores many software and hardware tools used during digital forensics investigations. No specific tools are recommended; instead, the goal is to explain how to select tools for digital investigations based on specific criteria.
Chapter 14 "Report writing for high-tech investigations". This chapter gives you guidelines on writing reports of your findings in digital forensics investigations. You learn about different types of reports and what to include in a typical report and examine how to generate report findings with forensics software tools.
Forensic Engineering Investigation is a compendium of the investigative methodologies used by engineers and scientific investigators to evaluate some of the more common types of failures and catastrophic events. In essence, the book provides analyses and methods for determining how an entity was damaged and when that damage may have legal consequences. The material covers 21 common types of failures, catastrophic events, and losses that forensic engineers routinely assess.
Identify and investigate computer criminals of all stripes with help from this fully updated. real-world resource. Hacking Exposed Computer Forensics, Second Edition explains how to construct a high-tech forensic lab, collect prosecutable evidence, discover e-mail and system file clues, track wireless activity, and recover obscured documents. Learn how to re-create an attacker's footsteps, communicate with counsel, prepare court-ready reports, and work through legal and organizational challenges.
As senior editor for this text, the responsibility to acknowledge and thank all the individuals who
have contributed their expertise, time, energies, and efforts to the successful development of this
text falls to me. This is no easy task. It is difficult to put into words the appreciation and gratitude I
have for each of their efforts and to express appropriately to each of them my sincere thanks for
giving their time and themselves to make this text a better product.
Forensic Evidence: Science and the Criminal Law is intended to serve as an introduction
and guide to the appreciation and understanding of the significant historical,
contemporary, and future relationship between the world of the forensic sciences
and the criminal justice system. This book is not intended to be a close study of
forensic science, nor was it ever conceived as becoming one. It is devoted to a study
of the judicial response to uses of forensic science in the investigation, prosecution,
and defense of a crime....
Criminal psychology, forensic technology, and profiling. These three disciplines
have received a wealth of media attention over the past decade. Consequently,
due to public and professional interest, a plethora of books have been published.
The technique of offender profiling, or classifying offenders according to their
behaviors and characteristics, has been developing slowly as a possible investigative
tool since 1841 and the publication of the The Murders in the Rue Morgue
by Edgar Alan Poe, in which detective C.
Forensic Evidence: Science and the Criminal Law (Second Edition), is
intended to serve as an introduction and guide to the appreciation and
understanding of the significant historic, contemporary, and future relationship
between the world of the forensic sciences and the criminal justice
system. This book is not intended to be a close study of forensic science, nor
was it ever conceived as becoming one. It is devoted to a study of the judicial
response to uses of forensic science in the investigation, prosecution, and
defense of a crime....
Forensic pathology is a sub-section of forensics pathology that specifies in determining the cause of death by examining a corpse. The autopsy is performed by a coroner or medical examiner, usually during the investigation of criminal law cases and civil law cases in some jurisdictions. Coroners and medical examiners are also frequently asked to confirm the identity of a corpse. Also see forensic medicine.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Forensic pathology for police, death investigators attorneys and forensic scientists" presents the following contents: Natural deaths, blunt force injury deaths, gunshot wound deaths, sharp force injury deaths, asphyxial deaths.
Forensics – What is it?
Investigating and analyzing computer systems used in violation of laws
Investigating computer systems for compliance with company policies
Investigating computers systems that have been attacked. (part of incident response)
Learning objectives of this chapter include: Define and distinguish forensic science and criminalistics, Understand the importance of an investigator's understanding of crime laboratory capabilities, Describe the three measures of effectiveness of crime laboratories, Distinguish the Frye test from the Daubert test regarding the admissibility of scientific evidence, Explain the role and importance of DNA analysis in criminal investigation,…
Module H - Computer crime and digital forensics. This chapter define computer crime and list three types of computer crime that can be perpetrated from inside and three from outside the organization, identify the seven types of hackers and explain what motivates each group, define digital forensics and describe the two phases of a forensic investigation, describe what is meant by anti-forensics and give an example of each of the three types,...
Guide to Computer forensics and investigations (Fifth edition) - Chapter 1: Understanding the digital forensics profession and investigations. This chapter introduces you to computer forensics or, as it’s now typically called, digital forensics and discusses issues of importance in the industry.
Chapter 2 "The investigator’s office and laboratory", after reading this chapter and completing the exercises, you will be able to: Describe certification requirements for digital forensics labs, list physical requirements for a digital forensics lab, explain the criteria for selecting a basic forensic workstation, describe components used to build a business case for developing a forensics lab.
Chapter 4 "Processing crime and incident scenes". In this chapter, you learn how to process a digital investigation scene. Because this chapter focuses on investigation needs for computing systems and digital devices, you should supplement your training by studying police science or U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) pro-cedures to understand field-of-evidence recovery tasks.
Chapter 5 "Working with Windows and CLI systems". In this chapter, you review how data is stored and managed in Microsoft OSs, including Windows and command-line interface (CLI) OSs. To become proficient in recovering data for digital investigations, you should understand file systems and their OSs, including legacy (MS-DOS, Windows 9x, and Windows Me, for example) and current OSs.
Chapter 11 "E-mail and social media investigations", this chapter explains how to trace, recover, and analyze e-mail messages by using forensics tools designed for investigating e-mail and general-purpose tools, such as disk edi-tors.