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 JANUARY 2000  
 Volume 2     Number 1  

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Table of Contents

Analysis of Criminal Codes and Ciphers
Daniel Olson

Survey of Forensic Science Laboratories by the Technical Working Group for Fire and Explosions (TWGFEX)
Stephen P. Allen, Stuart W. Case, and Christina Frederick

Guidelines for Field Applications of Imaging Technologies
Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Trace Evidence Quality Assurance Guidelines
Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)
January 1999 Revision

Book Review: Forensic Science Glossary
Mary E. Switaj

27th Annual Symposium on Crime Laboratory Development, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 13-17, 1999
Abstracts of Presentations and Poster Sessions

Training Update
Specialized Training Program for 2000: Registration Directs Curriculum Priorities

Jane M. Homeyer

 

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FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS      JANUARY 2000   VOLUME 2   NUMBER 1


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