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Forensics

The application of natural and physical science methods to criminal and civil law is known as forensics. Forensic science can be used to investigate and prosecute crimes such as rape, murder, and drug trafficking, as well as civil wrongs such as deliberate contamination of air or water or inflicting workplace injuries where no crime has been committed. Because practically any science can contribute to solving a crime or evaluating a civil harm, almost any science can be a forensic science. In truth, forensic sciences examine the same things as traditional sciences, with a few differences. The only difference is that forensic scientists use recognised scientific methodologies and procedures to legal issues. Anthropology has a lot of applications in the forensic sciences. Skeletal biology, which encompasses bone and bone system features and their links to gender, age, race, socioeconomic status, and other factors, is a big element of physical anthropology.

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Hair and Fibre Analysis

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Blood Spatter Analysis

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Introduction to Forensic Tools

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Cyber Forensics

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Lumens

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Fingerprint Matching

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Physical Matching

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Forensic Science

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