Course Details

  • Course Name : Identifying the Source
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Location : Arlington, Texas
  • Delivery Mode : N/A

About Identifying the Source Course

This presentation provides Fire Scene Investigators, Special Investigators, and Insurance Adjusters with some inside tips from the Laboratory for identification, collection and handling of Vehicle fuel and lubricant samples to ensure the best information can be gathered and used in determining the relationship between the vehicle and cause of the failure.

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Case Result/Implication & Benefits of Research

The field of forensic science known as “trace evidence analysis” focuses on the minute transfers of materials that are invisible to the unassisted eye. Trace evidence must be handled carefully and analyzed using specialist methods. A victim and a scene, a victim and a suspect, or a suspect and a scene may all be connected through trace evidence.

  • Fibers
  • Fire Debris Analysis
  • Glass
  • Gunshot Residue
  • Hairs
  • Impressions
  • Low Explosives
  • Miscellaneous
  • Paint