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FORENSIC SCIENCE AND CRIME RESEARCH

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Internal Audits of A Quality Management System in A Forensic Laboratory During Pandemic Times

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Plea Bargaining in the Juvenile Justice System

Corresponding Author: Lillian B. Brooks, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, United States.
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The Applicability of Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership Practices Inventory in Measuring the Use of Transformational Leadership Practices in Law Enforcement: A Review of the Literature

Corresponding Author: Eric Watters, Colorado Mesa University, Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, United States.
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Welcome to Forensic Science and Crime Research

Forensic Science and Crime Research is a leading journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary field of forensic science and the investigation of crime. Our journal serves as a global platform for forensic scientists, criminologists, law enforcement professionals, legal experts, and researchers to share cutting-edge research, innovative methodologies, and practical applications in forensic science and crime analysis.

Our Mission

Our mission is to advance the science and practice of forensic investigation and crime research by promoting excellence in research, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, and disseminating knowledge that enhances the effectiveness of forensic science in solving crimes and supporting the justice system.

Journal Focus

Forensic Science and Crime Research covers a wide range of topics related to forensic science and crime investigation, including:

  • Forensic Biology and DNA Analysis: Studies on the application of biological principles and DNA technology in identifying individuals, analyzing biological evidence, and solving crimes.

  • Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology: Research on chemical analysis techniques, toxicological studies, drug identification, and the detection of poisons and controlled substances.

  • Digital Forensics and Cybercrime: Investigations into digital evidence, cybercrime, data recovery, and the use of computer forensics in criminal investigations.

  • Forensic Anthropology and Odontology: Studies on human skeletal remains, dental evidence, and their applications in identifying victims and solving crimes.

  • Crime Scene Investigation: Innovations in crime scene processing, evidence collection, preservation, and analysis techniques to reconstruct crime events.

  • Criminalistics and Trace Evidence: Research on the examination of trace evidence such as hair, fibers, glass, and paint to link suspects to crime scenes.

  • Legal and Ethical Issues: Discussions on the legal and ethical considerations in forensic science, expert testimony, and the role of forensic evidence in the courtroom.

Join Our Community

We invite forensic scientists, criminologists, law enforcement professionals, legal experts, researchers, and students to join our vibrant community dedicated to advancing forensic science and crime research. Engage in collaborative research, share your expertise, and contribute to the development of innovative solutions to complex forensic challenges.

Submit Your Research

Forensic Science and Crime Research welcomes submissions of original research articles, case reports, reviews, technical notes, and perspectives that contribute to the advancement of forensic science and crime investigation. Share your findings, methodologies, and insights to enhance the practice of forensic science and support the pursuit of justice.

Conclusion

Thank you for choosing Forensic Science and Crime Research as your trusted source for the latest developments in forensic science and crime investigation. Together, let us explore the frontiers of forensic science, improve investigative techniques, and strengthen the justice system through scientific innovation and collaboration.

Aims and Scope

Aims:

  1. Advancing Forensic Science Research: Our aim is to advance the understanding and application of forensic science in crime investigation by publishing high-quality research articles, case reports, and reviews that contribute to the development of innovative forensic techniques and methodologies.

  2. Fostering Interdisciplinary Collaboration: We aim to foster interdisciplinary collaboration among forensic scientists, criminologists, law enforcement professionals, legal experts, and researchers to address key challenges and opportunities in forensic science and crime investigation.

  3. Enhancing Justice and Public Safety: We are committed to enhancing justice and public safety by disseminating knowledge, promoting best practices, and facilitating discussions on emerging trends and technologies in forensic science and crime research.

Scope:

Forensic Science and Crime Research welcomes contributions across a wide range of topics, including:

  • Forensic biology and DNA analysis
  • Forensic chemistry and toxicology
  • Digital forensics and cybercrime
  • Forensic anthropology and odontology
  • Crime scene investigation techniques
  • Criminalistics and trace evidence analysis
  • Legal and ethical issues in forensic science

By encompassing this diverse scope, the journal aims to serve as a comprehensive platform for the dissemination of research and innovation in forensic science and crime investigation.

Subjects covered by the Forensic Science and Crime Research

  • Trace Evidence Analysis
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Forensic Podiatry
  • Forensic Pathology
  • Forensic Optometry
  • Forensic Odontology
  • Forensic Linguistics
  • Forensic Geology
  • Forensic Entomology
  • Forensic Engineering
  • Forensic DNA Analysis
  • Forensic Botany
  • Forensic Archeology
  • Forensic Anthropology
  • Digital Forensics
  • Criminalistics
  • Crime Research

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