Disaster victim identification: the practitioner's guide

Sue Black (Editor), Graham Walker (Editor), Clive Brooks (Editor), Lucina Hackman (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Disaster Victim Identification is an important and growing issue. This guide, authored and edited by the UK's leading specialists is the core text for the first certified academic course in the UK and the world on Disaster Victim Identification. The guide is the single key reference book in this burgeoning area, for police officers and other professionals. The book accompanies the University of Dundee course which will train over 500 UK police officers in two years, but it is also designed as a standalone reference text for all professionals in the field. It is the first of its kind internationally.

    This book is the authoritative text in the field, with leading practitioners as editors, bringing the very latest advances in science and techniques together in a single volume.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDundee
    PublisherDundee University Press
    Number of pages300
    ISBN (Print)9781845860363
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Black, S., Walker, G., Brooks, C., & Hackman, L. (Eds.) (2009). Disaster victim identification: the practitioner's guide. Dundee University Press.