By Larry E. Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy Moses Schulz, Maria (Maki) Haberfeld
This three-volume Encyclopedia of legislations Enforcement provides a finished, serious, and descriptive exam of all features of legislations enforcement at the country and native, federal and nationwide, and overseas phases. This paintings is a different reference resource that offers readers with proficient discussions at the perform and concept of policing in an ancient and modern framework. The volumes deal with matters which are specific to the realm of nation and native, federal and nationwide, and overseas policing. the various topics and problems with policing reduce throughout disciplinary borders, even if, and a number of other entries supply comparative info that areas the topic in context.
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The object is to determine whether the individual characteristics are so similar that one and the same tool (for example, a particular gun barrel) must have produced both the test and the evidence toolmark. CONFUSING FEATURES OF TOOLMARKS Central features of toolmarks make it difficult to achieve what is firearms identification’s goal of individualization. The goal is to identify one and only one gun as the source of the toolmark(s) on an ammunition component found at a crime scene. First, a particular firearm may be wrongly identified as the source if a firearms examiner confuses subclass with individual characteristics of toolmarks.
What is the likelihood that a toolmark made by a randomly selected gun of the same type would do as good a job at matching the evidence toolmark as the test toolmark made by the particular gun? The statistical nature of the question is obscured by firearms examiners’ practice of reaching only four conclusions: (1) identifying or (2) eliminating a particular firearm as the source of the mark(s) found on an ammunition component, (3) concluding that the comparison of test and evidence toolmarks is inconclusive, or (4) concluding that the evidence toolmark is unsuitable for comparison.
1997). The derailment of the Sunset Limited. In B. M. ), Protecting surface transportation systems and patrons from terrorist activities—Case studies of best security practices and a chronology of attacks. San Jose, CA: Norman Y. Mineta International Institute for Surface Transportation Policy Studies. [Online]. htm Henney, A. (1999). Amtrak police: Protecting a nation in transit. The Capitol Hill Monitor, 5, 2–3. [Online]. com/chm/0299/ Schafer, M. (1991). All aboard Amtrak. Greentown, PA: Railpace Company.