Books

HR Management in the Forensic Science Laboratory

An unprecedented resource that exposes and dismantles the barriers that prevent forensic science laboratories from leveraging contemporary HR methods. Written by John M. Collins, an internationally renowned expert on forensic laboratory management and a certified HR professional, this book will also help nonforensic administrators and HR managers better understand how forensic science laboratories work and how their employees can be empowered more effectively. (530 pages, hardcover, by Academic Press, 2018)

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Crime Lab Report

Beginning with the acquittal of football star O.J. Simpson in 1995, the American criminal justice system began to change in dramatic ways. The exoneration of convicted offenders caused skepticism about some of the most commonly used evidence in criminal trials – including forensic evidence.  A vigorous battle now rages to reform criminal justice in the United States, but is it a fair fight?  As Crime Lab Report explains, the foundations of these modern reform efforts are built on shaky ground. (350 pages, hardcover, by Academic Press, 2019)

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