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Title: Forensic Evidence and the Police - The Effects of Scientific Evidence on Criminal Investigations - Technical Appendices
Author(s): J L Peterson; M Gilliland
Corporate Author: University of Illinois, Chicago Circle
Ctr for Research in Criminal Justice
United States of America
Date Published: 1983
Page Count: 127
Sponsoring Agency: Forensic Sciences Foundation
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
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National Institute of Justice/
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University of Illinois, Chicago Circle
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US Dept of Justice NIJ Pub
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Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: These appendixes provide supplementation documentation of the results presented in the report, 'Forensic Evidence and the Police: The Effects of Scientific Evidence on Criminal Investigation.'
Abstract: Appendix A includes background information on each of the police departments and crime laboratories, contains the two primary data collection instruments, and describes the data collection approach. Appendix B discusses the investigative practices employed by the police in the study sites which led to followup arrests. Appendix C presents the chi square values and significance levels for the tables in Chapter IV of the report, and Appendix D treats the log-linear analyses discussed in Chapter VII of the report. Thirty-nine tables and two figures are included.
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation; Data collections; Evidence; Evidence identification; Forensic medicine; Forensic sciences; Research methods
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