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Forensic Magazine Columns by Dick Warrington
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2015

Casting: Essentials
January

Locating Evidence to Cast
February

Crime Scene Investigation 101: Crime Scene Kit Basics
April

Casting: Beyond the Basics
May

Your Perfect Crime Scene Kit
June

Impression Evidence: Admissibility and Best Practices
July

2014

Preventing Crime Scene Contamination
December/January

Today's CSO
February/March

Contamination Control
April/May

Crime Scene Investigator: Certification
June/July

Crime Scene Photography Essentials
August/September

Fingerprinting in Adverse Conditions
October/November

2013

Crime Scene Checklists: Customing the List
December/January

Properly Packaging Evidence
February/March

Investigating Beyond the Fender Bender
April/May

The Value of Training for the CSO
June/July

Tools of the Trade: Dealing with Unusual Surfaces
August/September

Crime Scene Documentation: The Death Scene Checklist
October/November

2012

Crime Scene Basics
December/January

Money Matters: Making the Most of Your CSI Budget
February/March

Setting the Standard: Maintaining Professionalism
April/May

Impression Evidence: Building Your Case with Duplicate Evidence
June/July

Arson: Crime Scene Processing Basics
August/September

Crime Scene Checklists: Value in the Report
October/November

2011

Touch DNA
December/January

Crime Scene 101: Locating and Documenting Evidence
February/March

On the Scene: Improvised Tools of the Trade
April/May

Impression Evidence: The Right Materials for the Job
June/July

Back to Basics
August/September

Crime Scene Integrity
October/November

2010

Preparation and Crime Scene Processing
December/January

The Role of the Forensic Crime Scene Officer
February/March

Evidence Response Technicians
April/May

Crime Scene Kits
June/July

What Happens Next?
August/September

Crime Scene Bugs
October/November

2009

Crime Scene Videos
December/January

Crime Scene Safety
February/March

DNA Collection and Packaging
April/May

Marking Evidence at Crime Scenes: Developing a System
June/July

Crime Scene Photography: Capturing the Scene
August/September

What Can We Get From a Suspect?
October/November

2008

Protecting Your Crime Scene
January

Gadgets
February/March

Evidence Packaging
April/May

Mobile Crime Scene Vehicles
June/July

Observation
August/September

Equipment
October/November

2007

Knowledge: The Key to Crime Scene Investigation
February/March

Impression Evidence
April/May

Point of View: Thirty Years of Change
June/July

Crime Scene Investigator as a Career
August/September

Decision Time: Processing Prints
October/November

2006

What Your Crime Lab can do for You
February/March

First Responding Officer Gives Direction to Crime Scene
April/May

Point of View
June/July

Evidence and Handling Collection
August/September

Adverse Conditions
December/January

2005

Who Says You Can't do That? Lifting Latent
February/March

Today, More Than Ever ...
April/May

It's All in the Report
June/July

It is the Job of Detectives and Investigators to Connect the Pieces of a Crime Scene Puzzle ...
August/September

A Crime Scene Investigator is Like a Master Puzzle Maker ...
October/November

My Last Several Columns
December/January




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