Trace Evidence Lecture Series

Trace evidence analysis refers to the investigation of minute samples of a substance, such as fibres, hairs, glass fragments and paint chips. It remains a significant method in modern investigations, particularly investigations of suspicious fires and car accidents.

Below is a lecture series by Amy Duhiem of the Rhode Island State Crime Laboratory on common trace evidence techniques.

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