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  1. WEEK 1: History and Development of Forensic Science 9 items
    1. Background Reading

  2. Week 2: Forensic Science and the Criminal Justice Process 2 items
    1. Forensic Science : A Very Short Introduction, Chapters 2,3 and pages 33-42 - Jim Fraser 2010

      Book Required http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/latrobe/detail.action?docID=737417

  3. WEEK 3: Forensic Science as Evidence: Legal Principles & Evaluation 2 items
    1. EVIDENCE ACT 2008

      Webpage Required Sections 76-80 and 135-138

  4. WEEK 4: Chemistry and Toxicology 4 items
    1. Toxicology 2010

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    2. Background Reading

  5. WEEK 5: Genetics and DNA 3 items
  6. WEEK 6: Forensic Science and Miscarriages of Justice 2 items
    1. Forensic Investigations and Miscarriages of Justice - Bibi Sangha , and Robert Moles 2010

      Chapter Recommended Pages 267-275 are about the Chamberlain case

  7. WEEK 7: Trace Evidence 2 items
  8. WEEK 8: Firearms & Toolmarks 1 item
    1. Firearms and Toolmarks - Edward E. Hueske

      Chapter Required

  9. WEEK 9: Forensic Pathology 3 items
    1. Medico-Legal Death Investigation « Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine

      Webpage Required Please read the links on this page - in particular 'Forensic Pathology' and 'Crime Scene Pathology' and watch the videos, in preparation for this week's class.

  10. WEEK 10: Cybercrime & Digital Forensics 1 item
    1. Cybercrime and Digital Forensics : An Introduction - Thomas J Holt, , Adam M Bossler, , and Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar 2015

      Chapter Required Read Chapter 1.

  11. WEEK 11: Victoria Police Forensic Services 1 item