Forensic medicine or medical jurisprudence is the area of medical practice concerned with the relationship between medicine and the law. It is the branch of medical science that uses medical knowledge for legal purposes, to interpret or establish the acts in civil, family or criminal law cases. It involves integrating clinical experience and scientific evidence
Forensic psychologists may be called on to provide sentencing recommendations, treatment recommendations or any other information the judge requests, such as information regarding mitigating factors, assessment of future risk and evaluation of witness credibility. Forensic psychology also involves training and evaluating police or other law enforcement personnel, providing law enforcement with criminal profiles and working
Forensic science is the application of science to criminal and civil laws. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyze scientific evidence during the course of an investigation. While some forensic scientists travel to the scene to collect the evidence themselves, others occupy a laboratory role, performing analysis on objects brought to them by others. In addition
When windows and other glass items are broken, hundreds of glass fragments are thrown into the air in the immediate vicinity; they land on anything present in that area. Clothes and the like can be checked for the presence of glass fragments. Cases where glass fragments may be present are wide‑ranging: smash-and-grab through to murder.
Building forensics involves investigations of building construction and building materials for evidential purposes. Buildings can be constructed with inherent construction defects, poor construction design details and defective or substandard materials. Remediation and ensuing disputes require clear identification of the mechanism and extent of the issue, a reasoned remedial approach scope and comment that shed light
All Private Investigators working in NZ must be licensed by the Department Of Justice and have proved their abilities to work as Private Investigators within NZ. Not all but most Private Investigators are ex Police Officers with many years of experience in interviewing technics and the investigation of offences. Private Investigators often work alongiside Forensic