Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation

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Elsevier, 1992 - Crime scene searches - 526 pages
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What to Do Until the Investigating Personnel Arrive
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Bonnie S. Fisher is a Professor in the Division of Criminal Justice and Research Fellow in the Center for Criminal Justice Research at the University of Cincinnati. Professor Fisher received her Ph.D. (1988) in Political Science from Northwestern University. She is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of sexual, violent and stalking victimization of college women, including repeat victimization, self-protection effectiveness, and fear of crime, and how post-secondary schools respond to reports of sexual victimization. She has authored more than 150 publications in national and international peer-reviewed criminology, criminal justice, crime prevention, gerontology, legal, medical, methodological, nursing, urban planning, public administration, psychology, security, and victimology periodicals. She also has edited three volumes that focus on victimization issues: "Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention; Campus Crime" (with Steven P. Lab)"; Legal, Social and Political Perspectives, 2nd edition" (with John Sloan, III); "Violence Against Women and Family Violence; and Developments in Research, Practice, and Policy. "She has been the co-editor of the "Security Journal" since 1998. She has served as the Deputy Editor of "Justice Quarterly" and since 2008 has been the Associate Editor of the "Journal of Research Crime and Delinquency". She has been the Principal Investigator or Co-PI on several U.S. Department of Justice grants examining a range of college student victimization issues and on a grant from the British Home Office to examine college student victimization in the East Midlands, United Kingdom. Currently she is a Co-PI on a National Institute of Health grant examining forensic sexual examinations and the use of digital images and staining techniques to enhance the detection of injuries and the use of digital images in decision making among the police, prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges and juries in the criminal justice process.

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