Crime Laboratory Management
Academic Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 290 pages
Crime Laboratory Management is the first book to address the unique operational, administrative, and political issues involved in managing a forensic laboratory. It guides managers and supervisors through essential tasks ranging from hiring and training of staff to quality control, facilities management, and public relations.
Author Jami St. Clair has more than 20 years experience in forensic science and served as President of the American Society of Crime Lab Directors in 1998-1999. She and her colleagues have designed this book to be useful for supervisors at every level. With its combination of classic management theories and practical information, this unique resource will help managers ensure that their laboratories operate efficiently and survive the intense scrutiny of today's criminal justice system. It will also help students and professional with an interest in forensic science and crime laboratory operation to better understand the functions of labs and the critical role they play in handling and analyzing evidence.
* Shows how to handle a wide variety of administrative and operational issues in forensic laboratories
* Provides new and experienced managers with practical information from qualified experts
* Outlines standards and procedures to help ensure quality results from laboratory analyses
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