Solving a murder or tracking down the perpetrators of sexual abuse often requires dogged police work. What if a machine could help detectives spot the vital clues they need? The images on Eduardo Fidalgo’s
Forensic techniques including bite-mark comparisons and blood-spatter analysis have sent dozens of innocent people to prison. When Paul Aaron Ross returns to court for a new trial in the 2004 murder of
Less than 10% of police forces have met basic quality standards for fingerprint evidence, the government’s forensic science regulator has warned. All UK forces were ordered three years ago to ensure their
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crimereads.com - Andrew CaseAndrew Case writes books about police, crime, and injustice. He investigated police abuse for a decade in New York and served as the judicial clerk in the racial profiling trial of Joe Arpaio. His critically-acclaimed books and award-winning plays reflect a post-Ferguson perspective on criminal justice and policing. You can follow him on Twitter at @AClaudeCase.
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Officers reveal how relentless pursuit and DNA advances are key to cracking old crimes The back garden of a nondescript house in Sutton Coldfield has been the focus of intense police activity for the week.