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Property Room News - October 2016

Police agency property and evidence rooms get a lot of media attention, both positive and negative. Here are a few of the recent P&E headlines.

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Technology to Enhance Forensic Anthropology

A new NIJ grant report focuses on new technology that digitally reconstructs fragmented bones — specifically, the femur, humerus, pelvis, and skull — to aid in the identification of skeletal remains in commingled mass graves and mass disaster situations.

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Conference: Crimes Against Vulnerable Victims

Jamie Downs, MD (forensX, LLC) and The Shaken Baby Alliance, in cooperation with the National Institute of Justice and its Forensic Technology Center of Excellence at RTI International, are hosting a two-day conference focusing on crimes against our most vulnerable victims—children, the elderly, and people with disabilities.

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PFIC 2016: The Conference that Launched a new Discipline with E3

There are many conferences in the digital forensics world that examiners can attend to learn new skills or hone their skills, meet with colleagues and like-minded professionals, and have a good time. However, no other conference incorporates all of those elements into one package better than PFIC, Paraben Corporation’s Forensic Innovation Conference.

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New Open Source Software for Bloodstains

A paper recently released by Daniel Attinger, Ph.D. describes "fundamental and collaborative research to better understand the formation of bloodstains."

 

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Analysis of Drugs of Abuse in Human Hair

A new technical report released via the NIJ details research that aimed resolve whether false-positive test results caused by environmental contamination are a significant concern in the analysis of hair for the purpose of identifying drug use.

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Editorial

ONE OF THE CHALLENGES of writing and editing a magazine is telling a story in a relatively small amount of space. Sometimes it seems like there is never enough room to say everything that needs to be said. I find myself making tough decisions about what parts stay and what parts go.

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