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Key Words:
DNA databases, PCR Analysis, STR Analysis, Mitochondrial Anyalysis

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  • Crime-historian and Storyteller - List of programs on criminal history, folklore of crime, forensic science, with details of next public address by E. J. Wagner at the Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences at Stony Brook, NY.
  • Forensic Evidence - List of articles and newsletter on law and public policy, intended for lawyers, forensic scientists, public officials and tutors worldwide.
  • Forensic Geology - The use of geology and soil science in criminal and civil matters. The science is described and references are provided along with the author's personal and contact information in Missoula, MT.
  • Forensic Science Division - Michigan State Police - Crime laboratory scientists and specialists at work. DNA, fingerprints, narcotics, firearms and toolmarks, polygraph, and trace evidence. Primary scientific sources, legal and law enforcement resources.
  • Forensic Science Resources - The Tennessee Criminal Law Defense Resources link site for forensic science.
  • Forensic Science Service - History, organization, services, including government custodian of the National DNA Database. Also recruitment, qualifications, booklist and contacts for laboratories throughout England.
  • Forensic Science Technician -- created and maintained by Fred Seems and Tara Forten. This site in an attempt to provide individuals who are considering becoming a forensic science technician with unbiased and straightforward information about what the process entailed, some subtle differences between types of forensic science degrees, as well as career and salary information.
  • Forensics and Other Evidence - List of links related to forensics and crime investigation and sponsors of About.com.
  • Introduction to Forensic Science - An award winning student site with introductory information about the field sponsored by Thinkquest.
  • Keith Murray' s Forensic Science - Provides an understanding of what forensic science entails, written by a corporate/legal/forensic investigator who holds a BA in Criminal Justice and an MA in Forensic Science, about to begin law school in the USA.
  • Kruglick's Forensic and Criminal Law - Resource claiming over a thousand links from law office in Mill Valley, California.
  • Kyiv Institute of Forensic Science - Educational resource, including history, development, forum from part of the Ministry of Justice, Kiev, Ukraine.
  • Lee, Dr. Henry - Overview of the topic from founder and professor of the Forensic Science Program at the University of New Haven, editor of academic journals, article and book author, and Chief Emeritus of the Connecticut State Police.
  • Mitretek Systems - Non-profit company offering objective technical support to state and local criminal justice agencies, particularly on emerging technologies confronting the community, through prototyping and testing at Falls Church, Virginia.
  • National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory - Overview of specialties in morphology, genetics, criminalistics, pathology performed for US government, and offering technical support against animal related crime worldwide from Ashland, Oregon.
  • NIST in Law Enforcement - Outlines the development and improvement of forensic technologies; facial, fingerprint and DNA recognition, in the crime-fighting community by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland.
  • Perspectives on Crime and Justice lectures - Next conference in series for practitioners and researchers who deal with criminal justice, archives of previous meetings held throughout the States, from National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC.
  • Reddy's Forensic Home Page - Links relating to ballistics, gunprints, wound analysis, software, chemistry, narcotics and other subdisciplines, organizations and agencies from New York City.
  • Zeno's Forensic Page - Extensive listing of links to forensic science, including medicine and psychology. Active message board and index of links to other sites, available in other languages from Den Haag, Netherlands.

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