FSP 101
Forensic Science &
Criminal Investigations

Syllabus
SYLLABUS

FSP 101 : Forensic Science
and Criminal Investigation

Course Objective:
This course would introduce the student...
SYLLABUS

FSP 101 : Forensic Science
and Criminal Investigation

Module IV: Investigation Techniques
Ø Criminals & crimina...
SYLLABUS

FSP 101 : Forensic Science
and Criminal Investigation

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Determination of personal identity.

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Superimpositio...
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Forensic science is the science of gathering information for crime investigation and examination. This is the important aspect and play key roles in investigation. Forensic is the large field of study in which we learn and experiment like biology, chemistry, anthropology, and odontology and wildlife forensic science and also carried out in astronomy, archaeology, geology to investigate

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  1. 1. FSP 101 Forensic Science & Criminal Investigations Syllabus
  2. 2. SYLLABUS FSP 101 : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation Course Objective: This course would introduce the students to Forensic Science and its role in the investigative system. The students would be will versed with the different sections of IPC, CrPC and the Indian Evidence Act. The students would be appraised about the crime scene management using which they would gain excellent knowledge regarding the handling different physical evidence found at the crime scene, the properties and the various investigative techniques used in processing the crime scene. Course Syllabus Module I: Introduction to Forensic Science Ø Introduction to Forensic Science, Ø History, and development of Forensic Science, Ø Basic Principles and significance, Ø Organization structure of Forensic Science Laboratories, Ø Utilization of Forensic Science at the crime scene and in the court, Ø Role, Qualities and importance of an Investigation Officer and Ø A Forensic Scientist at the scene of crime. Module II: Crime Scene Management Ø Definition and causation of crime, Ø Types of crime scene, Ø Protection and recording of crime scene, Ø Searching of physical evidences, Ø Crime scene survey & Recording, Ø Documentation and presentation in the court, Ø Processing and reconstruction of the crime scene Module III: Physical Evidence Ø Definition of Physical evidence, Ø Types and importance of physical evidences, Ø Searching method of physical evidences, Ø Blood splattering analysis; Ø Collection, preservation, packing and forwarding of different types of evidence to the laboratories. 1
  3. 3. SYLLABUS FSP 101 : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation Module IV: Investigation Techniques Ø Criminals & criminal Behaviour, Ø Modus operandi, Ø criminal profiling, Ø portrait parley, Ø Polygraphy, Ø Narconalysis, Ø Brain fingerprinting, Ø Voice stress analysis and speaker profiling Module V: Speaker identification and tape authentication Ø Voice production theory – vocal anatomy, Ø Speech signal processing and pattern recognition , Ø Basic factors of sound in speech, Ø acoustic characteristics of speech signal & Fourier analysis, Ø Frequency and time domain representation of speech signal, Ø Analogue to digital signal and conversion, Ø Fast Fourier transform & quantization, Ø Digitization and speech enhancement, Ø Analysis of audio-video signal for authenticity. Module VI: Forensic Entomology Ø Introduction of Forensic Entomology, Ø Significance of terrestrial and aquatic insects in forensic investigation and their role in crime detection, Ø Insect's succession and its relationship to determine time since. Ø Impact of ecological factors on insect's developments. Module VII: Forensic Anthropology Ø Introduction of Forensic Anthropology, Ø Identification of bone – morphological, Ø Anatomical and chemical characteristics, Ø Determination of age, sex, race, stature etc., Ø Forensic anthropometry/ osteometry, 2
  4. 4. SYLLABUS FSP 101 : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation Ø Determination of personal identity. Ø Superimposition technique – video image analysis, Ø Facial reconstruction, Ø Identification of burnt bones, Ø Recovery and identification of skeletal remains in accident crimes and mass disasters. Module VIII: Forensic Odontology Ø Dentition pattern, Ø Types and structure of teeth, Ø Age determination – identity of person, Ø Role in mass disaster, disease of teeth and their significance in personal identification. Text & References: Ø Bodziak, W., Footwear Impression Evidence (2nd Edn.) CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2000. Ø DeForest, P., Gaensslen, and Lee, H., Forensic Science – An Introduction to Criminilastics, McGraw Hill, New York, 1983. Ø Fisher, B., Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation (6h Edn.) CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2000. Ø James, S., and Eskerc, W., Interpretation of Blood stain Evidence at Crime Scenes, (2nd Edn) CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 1999. Ø James, S.H., and Nordby, J.J., (Eds), Forensic Science; An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Tehcniques, CRC Press, London 2003. 3
  5. 5. First Edition 2013 All right including copyrights reserved with the publishers. No part of this book may be reproduced or Copied in any form of by any means (Graphic, Electronic or Mechanical), or reproduced on any information storage devices, without the written permission of the publishers. Note: Due care has been taken while publishing this book, but the author, Publisher and Printers are not responsible in any manner for any mistake that may have inadvertently crept in. In case of doubts the reader shall cross-check the contents with original Government Publication of Notifications, Any mistakes noted may be brought to our notice which shall be taken care in the next edition. All disputes subject to Delhi Jurisdiction only. Published by © 2013 SIFS INDIA

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