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Forensic Science Communications
October 2003 – Volume 5 – Number 4 

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Research and Technology 
Strategic Human Resource Management in the Forensic Science Laboratory
   Wendy S. Becker
   W. Mark Dale
Eliminating Sources of Pipetting Error in the Forensic Laboratory
   David M. Epstein
   Ian R. Tebbett
   Shannon E. Boyd
Standards and Guidelines 
Quality Assurance Guidelines for Laboratories Performing Microbial Forensic Work
   Scientific Working Group on Microbial Genetics and Forensics
   (SWGMGF)
Definitions, Recommendations, and Guidelines for the Use of Forensic Video Processing in the Criminal Justice System
   Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)
General Guidelines for Photographing Footwear Impressions
   Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)
General Guidelines for Photographing Tire Impressions
   Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)
Meetings and Conferences 
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Employment 
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