Forensic Science is the application of scientific methods and processes to solving crimes. The Specific objectives are to promote professionalism, integrity, competency and education on scientific and modern technical instruments such as microscopes.
The primary tools in the investigation of forensic cases have been observation and interpretation of physical evidence that includes the following specific areas of expertise: pathology, physics, chemistry and biology with its pivotal to acknowledgment, identification, and evaluation of physical evidence. It has become an essential part of the judicial system, as it utilizes a broad spectrum of scientific method which is used to achieve information relevant to criminal and legal evidence.
Forensic Science may prove the existence of a crime, the perpetrator of a crime, or a connection to a crime through the toxicology, criminalistics, questioned documents, forensic odontology, anthropology, jurisprudence, psychiatry, and a general section. Because of this diversity of subspecialties available within the field, forensic scientists can be involved in solving a crime at almost any stage in the criminal justice process. Forensic experts use microscopic examining techniques, mathematical principles, engineering, geology, scientific principles, digital evidence specialists, and reference literature to analyze evidence as to identify both class and individual characteristics.
Forensic Science and Crime Research mainly focus on the mechanisms by which forensic science is applied to the investigation of volume crime and its contribution to the effective and efficient detection of crime. The journal accepts Original research papers, Reviews, Perspectives, Rapid Communication, Short Communications, Mini reviews and Commentaries in the field of forensic science and crime research.