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Forensic science 1

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Forensic science 1

  1. 1. FORENSIC SCIENCE ON HUMAN SCIENCE
  2. 2. Content         Introduction Definition and History Departments Work techniques Law definitions Mile stones People on career End of the beginning
  3. 3. Introduction     Most of the people like to watch scientists are solving the case with the help of some bits like hair , fibre, blood and even finger prints. Now a days these are the crucial techniques for solving mysterious murders and experts are even trying for getting clues for people who murdered It applies the knowledge and technology of science to define and enforce laws. “forensic” comes from the Latin word “forensis” meaning the “forum”
  4. 4. Definition and History     It has many definitions but it has a blind definition that the application of scientific methodology to solve legal problems, in other words it bring many fields of science Centuries back the forensic science has been derived by solving mysterious cases. Sir Arthur canon popularised with his fiction character Sherlock Holmes in mid 18th century Orfilla , he is the person who we called as father of forensic science because of his first laboratory on science
  5. 5. (Cont…)   Many other scientists are well known for different departments in forensic science mostly on 18-19th centuries. Hoover, who is the director of FBI was serviced about 50 years in forensic department and work for US government.
  6. 6. Departments       It has so many sub departments or sub sciences to study and investigate mainly these are the major departments Finger prints- by galton in 19th century Document examination- by osborn in 19th century Bloodstain identification- by lattes in 19th century Toxicology- by orfilla in 19th century Dna and fingerprints, etc.
  7. 7. Work techniques    For any a crime scene there are some thing to identify and trace out, there are some techniques to study and get a result, these techniques are old but developed by modern sciences It is a step by step process which follows locard’s exchange principle named as “every contact leaves a trace”. For every investigation, the first step is to trace out the evidence at the spot, later on prepare a documentation and process on it in lab and submit the results in court or law.
  8. 8. Law definitions    Computer crime- the crime related to the computer work like hacking or manipulating the data base or stealing and selling to third parties, these are state specific and had a punishment of computer fraud act of 1986 by global law. Case law- created by local judges and brought a amendment of criminal law to make for different punishments. Every state government has different laws for issuing punishments and implementing on it, mostly the forensic department work is to submit the reports to the courts.
  9. 9. Milestones    In 18th century locardo has implement the forensic science laboratory Many different scientists are work on different platforms on forensic and many machines and computer detection techniques are implemented and still implementing at present. In 19th century the US govt by FBI declared this forensic is a subject to study and work for investigation and still this process is going on…
  10. 10. People On Career    Many young generation are now interested to work on forensic, and many study courses are now available to study and to start practise Detective agencies are getting fast to work on forensic and many police and legal workers are working on forensic There is a valid certification and experience to start a practise and salary or pay is based on work and crime things.
  11. 11. End Of The Beginning    On the next presentation we will see a specific department of forensic and how it works on crime scene We will also discuss on law methods for a crime And also check out the various techniques and machines to work and to get a result

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