Definition of Criminalistics

1. Noun. Science-based processing and study of evidence of crimes. ¹



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Definition of Criminalistics

1. [n]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Criminalistics

criminal procedure
criminal procedures
criminal prosecution
criminal psychologist
criminal psychology
criminal record
criminal records
criminal suit
criminalisation
criminalise
criminalised
criminalises
criminalising
criminalism
criminalist
criminalistics (current term)
criminalists
criminalities
criminality
criminalization
criminalize
criminalized
criminalizes
criminalizing
criminally
criminalness
criminals
criminate
criminated
criminates

Literary usage of Criminalistics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All by William Healy (1915)
"Every one active in the field of criminalistics should be familiar with James' (334) famous chapter on habit. The bearings upon conduct are also forcefully ..."

2. Public Safety in the Nineties: The Attorney Generals Summit on Law (1991)
"Mr. Hicks also serves on the Proficiency Advisory Committee; the Users Advisory Board of the California criminalistics Institute; and the Board of Directors ..."

3. Law and Justice Statistics, Proceedings of the Third Workshop by George G. Woodworth (1985)
"Applications of probability theory in criminalistics. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1965; 60: 70. 4. Kingston CR. ..."

4. Directory of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Associations and Research by Sharon Lyles, Marilyn Leach, Ruth Joel (1997)
"They support efforts for voluntary certification in general criminalistics and related specialties. Their members are laboratory scientists engaged in the ..."

5. Dangerous Weapons Control Law 1991 (1993)
"... may release them to any other law enforcement agency for use in carrying out the official duties of that agency, or may turn over to the criminalistics ..."

6. Criminality and Economic Conditions by Willem Adriaan Bonger (1916)
"By HANS GROSS, Professor of Criminal Law in the University of Graz, Austria, Editor of the Archives of Criminal Anthropology and criminalistics, etc. ..."

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