The relationship between deprivation and forensic opportunities with stolen vehicles.

Abstract

Collection and interpretation of forensic intelligence (primarily through DNA and fingerprint identifications) is an integral part of the investigation of criminal offenses ranging from burglary and vehicle crime to major crime. The forensic contribution depends not only on the successful recovery of material, but also the ability to identify potential… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1556-4029.2009.01117.x

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@article{Smith2009TheRB, title={The relationship between deprivation and forensic opportunities with stolen vehicles.}, author={Lisa Smith and J. Walter Bond}, journal={Journal of forensic sciences}, year={2009}, volume={54 5}, pages={1077-80} }