3D Forensic Mapping and Measurement in Crime Scene Reconstruction
This book demonstrates how to apply 3D visualizations for both reconstruction of a crime scene and in courtroom proceedings. It also shows how to base that visualization on sound measurement. The text presents models that go well beyond the typical vehicle and bullet trajectories, showing how 3D mapping technologies in such areas as bloodstain pattern analysis, autopsy measurements, and bite mark analysis can improve an investigator's case.
Table of Contents
History of Forensic Mapping In Crime Scene Reconstruction
What is Forensic Mapping and Measurement?
Different Methods of Measurement in Crime Scene Reconstruction
General Protocols and Verification
Precision, Accuracy and Error
Common Applications, Analysis and Measuring Techniques
Thinking out of the box
3D Visualizations and Presentation
Court Testimony and Demonstrative Evidence
Glossary of Terms
Appendix – CD