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There are literally thousands of forensic science related books and publications that are in the public domain and as such can be found on the Internet in electronic form.

Most electronic books (e-books) come in the form of Portable Document Format (PDF) files, however, they are rarely formatted with readability in mind e.g. optimal font type and size and they simply don't have the flip style quality associated with reading a 'real' book. UNTIL NOW.

Introducing Pokat Reader

This brilliant free software allows you to experience reading PDF e-books as never before, assuming of course that the ebook has been formatted properly - and that's where the forensic science ebook collection comes in.

SEE WHAT YOU THINK:

First of all, download Pokat Reader.

Click Here To Go To The Pokat Reader Homepage.

Either during the installation stage, or When you open the Pokat Reader software you want to make Pokat Reader your default PDF reader.

Now open or better still download and keep one the many forensic science eBooks we will be making available via the website. For instance, we invite you to read the outstanding:

Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for Law Enforcement (Technical Working Group on Crime Scene Investigation: U.S. Department of Justice)

Book Details

The Technical Working Group on Crime Scene Investigation (TWGCSI) is a multidisciplinary group of content-area experts from across the United States. Each member of the TWGCSI is experienced in the area of crime scene investigation and evidence collection in the criminal justice system from the standpoints of law enforcement, prosecution, defense, or forensic science.

The experts invited to TWGCSI consisted of 44 members from 25 States. Their expertise was distributed among 18 law enforcement officers and trainers, 16 forensic analysts and educators, 5 prosecutors, and 5 defense attorneys.

Collectively, over a 1-year period, the 44 members of TWGCSI worked together to develop this guide.

To get your free copy of Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for Law Enforcement just enter your details below. As well as being able to download this invaluable e-book, by filling out this form you will be added to the forensic science ebook mailing list and automatically alerted when a new book is added to the collection.

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Latest Additions To The Forensic Science eBook Collection


Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States

See following link for more details and to download Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States for free.

Strengthening Forensic Science


Crime Scene Intelligence: An Experiment in Forensic Entomology

See following link for more details and to download Crime Scene Intelligence: An Experiment in Forensic Entomology for free.

Crime Scene Intelligence


The CSI Effect: Does It Really Exist?

See following for more details and to download The CSI Effect: Does It Really Exist? for free.

CSI Effect


Fingerprint Identification

See following link for more details and to download Fingerprint Identification for free.

Fingerprint Identification


Over the next few weeks and months we will be making more and more forensic science related e-books available for free download.

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Read FBI Profiling Classics on Kindle


This special Kindle collection consists primarily of the landmark articles written by members of the Behavioral Science Units, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, at the FBI Academy. These seminal publications in the history of FBI profiling were released by the U.S. Department of Justice as part of the information on serial killers provided by the FBI's Training Division.

See following link for full details.

Information on Serial Killers


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