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Alan Barbour's Forensic Toxicology page.
Lots of good links from his page.

American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Non profit organization dedicated to forensic sciences.

American College of Forensic Examiners
Lots of good links from this page.

Ballistics Experts Lecture
Lecture by Dr. Tom O'Connor, Assistant Professor of Justice Studies, North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, NC.
From the Roman ballista, a sort of heavy-duty slingshot, ballistics began as the study of the flight paths of projectiles. By extension, ballistics experts are now experts in the study of everything to do with firearms.

Crime Scene Investigator.net
Links to articles and other materials about crime scene information.

David Willshire's Forensic Psychology & Psychiatry Links
Provides links to information about forensic psychology and psychiatry.

Dr. Frank Schmalleger's Cybrary
Extensive set of links about forensics. These links are a subset of the Cybrary which contains links to many other topics related to criminal justice.

Ed Uthman's Home Page
Dr. Uthman is a forensic pathologist. Links include Pathology Images (i.e., photos of diseased organs), among others.

Forensic Dentistry Online
Dentists or odontologists examine the teeth of corpses for identification purposes or make casts of human bite marks in foods-sometimes in people-to match the bite with the biter.

Forensic Entomology Pages, International
Forensic entomology is the use of insect knowledge in the investigation of crimes or even civil disputes. . .

Forensic Science Resources
Links to a variety of resources about forensic sciences. Provides links to information about the different fields of forensic science.

Forensic Serology Lecture
Lecture by Dr. Tom O'Connor, Assistant Professor of Justice Studies, North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, NC.
Forensic serology is the study of blood groups, blood, and other bodily fluids for identification purposes following a crime. Forensic serologists are also on the forefront of the new techniques of DNA fingerprinting, which offer the possibility of positive identification of an individual by any available body cells.

The History of Fingerprints
Information provided by Special Agent Ed German, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory, Forest Park, GA. Much of the wording here was from Greg Moore's previous fingerprint history page at http://www.brawleyonline.com/consult/history.htm (no longer there).
The scientific study of fingerprints, was first developed nearly a hundred years ago to identify convicts. When law enforcers realized that fingerprints are also left behind on all manner of surfaces, the use was extended to catching criminals as well.

Medicine, Psychiatry & Forensic Expert
Bio and description of qualifications of Harold J. Bursztajn, MD. Explains the applications of forensic psychiatry are widespread in settings ranging from health care and the workplace to criminal justice and public safety.

Questioned Document Examination Page
Explores the field of handwriting and document analysis in the field of forensics. Tells about theory, applications, FAQ's, microscopes, and famous cases. Also contains some legal and forensic links.

Reddy's Forensic Page
Extensive set of links created by Reddy P. Chamakura who is a forensic scientist with Police Laboratory, New York City Police Department.

Science Net
An article about forensics from the Science Net.

Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists
Not for profit association for those in the forensic science profession.

Zeno's Forensic Site
Provides links to commentary as well as expert witnesses in many areas. Zeno Geradts is a forensic scientist at the Netherlands Forensic Science Laboratory.


Careers in Forensic Science

A Quick A-Z Guide to the Forensic Specialties
Provides definitions for those involved in forensic investigations.

Careers in Forensic Sciences
Published by the ASCLS (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science). Gives background information about being a forensic scientist and provides a list of links to find more information about it as a career.

Science Technicians
Entry from the Occupational Outlook Handbook about science technicians which includes forensic science.

So You Want to Be a Forensic Scientist
Published by the AAFS (American Academy of Forensic Sciences). Provides detailed information about being a forensic scientist. Describes the different areas of forensic science such as criminalistics, engineering sciences, jurisprudence, etc.