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by William J. Bodziak

Author: William J. Bodziak
Subcategory: Criminal Law
Language: English
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (February 19, 2008)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Law
Rating: 4.1
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Series: Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations.

Series: Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations. From the preface of this book the author states long before modern forensics tire interpretation, the wheels of horse drawn wagons left their tracks over unpaved roads that retained their distinctive features and visual proof of their passage. The visual interpretation of those tracks was made by those who out of necessity and experience acquired observation skills, knowledge, and experience to do so. These old-school visual trackers were some of the forerunners to the modern forensics specialist.

The collection and forensic evaluation of that evidence, however, requires specialized knowledge, training, and expertise. Covering all aspects of the field, the book begins with general information on the modern pneumatic tire and basic terminology.

Tire Tread and Tire T. .by William J. Bodziak . For both the crime scene technician and the forensic examiner, the author addresses information on both how to recover tire track evidence and how to photograph and cast the individual tread detail from those impressions. It explains important aspects of tires including their tread design and dimension, noise treatment, general wear and individual acquired characteristics.

CRC Press Published February 19, 2008 Reference - 368 Pages - 271 Color & 200 B/W Illustrations ISBN 9780849372476 - CAT 7247 Series: Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations

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Police success in linking vehicles to the scene of a crime through the impressions and tracks those vehicles leave behind has long served as a successful and reliable forensic tool. The collection and forensic evaluation of that evidence, however, requires specialized knowledge, training, and expertise. Drawing from the author’s 34 years of experience, first as an FBI examiner and currently as a private consultant in the area of tire evidence, Tire and Tire Track Evidence: Recovery and Forensic Examination is the most comprehensive and up-to-date volume available on the subject. Covering all aspects of the field, the book begins with general information on the modern pneumatic tire and basic terminology. For both the crime scene technician and the forensic examiner, the author addresses information on both how to recover tire track evidence and how to photograph and cast the individual tread detail from those impressions. The book explains and illustrates the necessary information on obtaining known exemplars; tire manufacturing, and retreading tires. It explains important aspects of tires including their tread design and dimension, noise treatment, general wear and individual acquired characteristics. The author instructs on applying that knowledge while conducting a structured examination procedure, resulting in the final evaluation of evidence and report writing as well as the presentation of tire evidence in court. He provides information on databases and resources along with case examples, including the Oklahoma City bombing. Informative and useful, this book gives crime scene technicians and forensic examiners the tools to accurately and reliably collect, recover, and examine tire evidence.