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Human Scent Evidence
: Paola A. Prada and Allison M. Curran
: Human Scent Evidence
: CRC Press
: 2014
ISBN: 978-1466583955
: English
: pdf
: 13,8 mb
: 228

During the last decade, a significant number of scientific studies have supported the use of human scent as a biometric tool and indicator of the presence, or absence, of an individual at a crime scene. These findings even extend to conducting scent identification line-ups with suspects. Human Scent Evidence focuses on some of these recent advances in the use of human scent as forensic evidence and as an identifier. Topics include:

Various theories of human odor production

The variability, stability, and persistence of human scent

Historical aspects of the use of human scent in police work in the United States and internationally

Current trends in scent collection techniques, including devices, materials, and storage protocols

Chemical aspects of the evaluation of human scent, including instrumental methods for odor detection and analysis

The legal significance of human scent evidence results

Canine scent work from multiple search categories as described in the Scientific Working Group on Dog and Orthogonal detector Guidelines (SWGDOG)









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