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Forensic Services Division -- Forensic examiners in the Secret Service Forensic Services Division (FSD) provide analysis for questioned documents, fingerprints, false identification, credit cards, and other related forensic science areas. Examiners use instrumental and chemical analysis when reviewing evidence. FSD also manages the Secret Services polygraph program nationwide. The division coordinates photographic, graphic, video, audio, image enhancement service, and the Voice Identification Program. FSD is responsible for the Forensic Hypnosis Program. Much of the forensic assistance the Secret Service offers is unique technology. As part of the 1994 Crime Bill, Congress mandated the Secret Service to provide forensic/technical assistance for missing and sexually exploited children. FSD offers assistance to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, the Morgan P. Hardiman Task Force and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). For more government crime and justice agencies, see Government Agencies

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Blood Evidence: How DNA is Revolutionizing the Way We Solve Crimes
A look at how breakthroughs in DNA testing impact on criminal investigations. From OJ Simpson to the disappearance of Chandra Levy and the reopening of the Edward De Salvo case, the collection and use of DNA in criminal investigations has become a controversial and often confusing burden of proof. Blood Evidence explains the principles and science behind DNA testing and shows how it has both helped solve some of the most puzzling criminal cases in recent history and been used to discredit eyewitness accounts and physical evidence found at the crime scene.

Crime Scene: The Ultimate Guide to Forensic Science
by Richard Platt
Revealing the very latest high-tech techniques of forensic detection, case studies and amazing digital imagery to show how science helps uncover the truth about how crimes were committed and who carried them out.

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