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Completely updated to include information about the latest equipment and techniques recommended for high-quality digital forensic photography, this new edition thoroughly describes the techniques necessary for documenting a range of crime scenes and types of evidence, including homicides, arson, and vehicle incidents. With additional coverage of topics beyond crime scenes, such as surveillance and identification photography, Police Photography, Seventh Edition is an important resource for students and professionals alike.
- Completely updated to reflect the rise of digital police photography
- Four-color photographs and illustrations added throughout to illustrate concepts
- Defines the steps for producing high-quality photographs of a range of crime scenes and types of evidence
- Explores specialized topics, including ultraviolet imaging, laser enhanced evidence, and surveillance photography
- Access to instructor ancillaries, including Test Banks, Instructor's Guides, and PowerPoint Lecture Slides for every chapter
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Larry S. Miller is Distinguished Professor and Chair of Criminal Justice and Criminology at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). He received his Bachelor of Science from ETSU, a Master of Science from Eastern Kentucky University, and his Ph.D. in Health & Safety with collaterals in Forensic Anthropology and Criminology from The University of Tennessee. Miller, who has worked as a police officer, criminal investigator, and crime laboratory director, teaches in the area of law enforcement and is the author of several books on topics including criminal investigation, criminal justice report writing, police photography, and more. Norman Marin worked for the NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner from 2001-2012, where he began with DNA extraction and quantification before transferring to the Special Investigation Unit, where he worked on crime reconstruction issues involving bloodstain pattern analysis, bullet trajectory, evidence examinations, forensic photography, and the identification of latent blood through chemical enhancements. A graduate of the John Jay College, Marin now teaches at Pace University at the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Forensic Science program, where he teaches digital photography, among other forensic disciplines.
1. The Police Photographer 2. Cameras 3. Optics and Accessory Equipment 4. Light Theory and Digital Imaging 5. Photographic Exposure 6. Flash Photography 7. Crime Scene Photography 8. Motor Vehicle Incident Scene Photography 9. Evidence Photography 10. Ultraviolet and Infrared Imaging 11. Identification and Surveillance Photography 12. The Digital Darkroom