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Blood Spatter Interpretation Abstract 3 David Rankin 27 FEB 2008 The article is from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin and is written by Louis Akin. The article is titled “Blood Spatter Interpretation at crime and accident scenes: a basic approach” and compares blood spatter analysis to fingerprinting in that they both need experts to identify their main components and structures and make sense out of the mess itself. While there is currently a lack of blood spatter technicians in law enforcement, the article is cautious in it’s tone that blood spatter evidence should not be thrown to the wayside and should be preserved and collected with the best intentions. The evidence value of blood spatter is great, however the training and instruction for officers and technicians is not very difficult, the officers and technicians need to learn only basic formulas and the methodology of collecting, identifying and preserving blood spatter evidence. The technicians and officers can simply collect the evidence, photograph the data
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course CRJUS 5830 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Youngstown State University.

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