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This issue discusses advances in criminal forensics. Today law enforcement can use data from cell phones, computers, credit cards, pagers, GPS devices, digital evidence, fingerprints, bite marks, blood, DNA, and other chemical and biological evidence to identify perpetrators of crimes. Daily, new challenges are being faced such as the popularity of P2P networks for pornography and the development of hazardous chemical warfare agents in the hands of terrorists and criminals. Cover photograph courtesy of Target Forensic Laboratory.
IACP Foundation: Foundation Honors Sacrifice through Scholarship
Forensic Science: A Critical Concern for Police Chiefs
The Need for Mandatory Accreditation and Certification
Speed-Measuring Devices: The Importance of Maintaining Confidence in Their Accuracy
Targeting Organized Retail Crime:
Inside the Forensic Operations of One of the World’s Largest Retailers

Conforming Product List (CPL)
Helping Local Police Departments Solve Cold Cases
Fighting Internet Child Pornography —The Brazilian Experience
The “Miami Barrel”
Portable Field Investigative Tools for Law Enforcement
   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
   Advances & Applications
   IACP News
   From the Director
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update

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