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Wildlife Crime: A Guide to the Use of Forensic & Specialist Techniques in the Investigation of Wildlife Crime

Wildlife Crime: A Guide to the Use of Forensic & Specialist Techniques in the Investigation of Wildlife Crime
by Ryan Thompson last modified Apr 07, 2017 03:38 PM
Contributors: Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs

This handbook is aimed at enforcement officers involved in wildlife crime investigation. It is written from the perspective of law enforcement in the UK, but many of the described techniques will be applicable to wildlife crime investigation at an international level.

Author(s): Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs

Publication Date: 2005

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Key Points in Document:

  • This handbook is aimed at enforcement officers involved in wildlife crime investigation. It is written from the perspective of law enforcement in the UK, but many of the described techniques will be applicable to wildlife crime investigation at an international level.
  • The guide provides an overview of topics ranging from crime scene management, firearms, specimen identification and provenance, forensic veterinary pathology, and health and safety issues when handling samples and animals.

 

Citation: Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs. A guide to the use of forensic and specialist techniques in the investigation of wildlife crime. UK, 90. (2005).

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