- Gebundene Ausgabe: 440 Seiten
- Verlag: Academic Press; Auflage: 2 (29. Juni 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0123822416
- ISBN-13: 978-0123822413
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20,3 x 3,8 x 24,8 cm
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Shooting Incident Reconstruction (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 29. Juni 2011
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"Well illustrated with diagrams and photographs, the book will give police oversight practitioners a better understanding of what crime scene investigators and criminalists can (and perhaps should) do in an officer involved shooting investigation."--National Association for civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE) Review
Praise for the first edition:
Shooting Incident Reconstruction is an informative and comprehensive guide to the analysis of firearms at crime scenes ranging from accidental injuries to carefully planned murders... - Law Enforcement Technology
In creating this book, author Lucien C. Haag drew from years of experience in the field... - American Rifleman
...Gun enthusiasts will find much of this book of interest... - American Rifleman
Addresses matters both simple and complex providing unique insights and explanations of the factors surrounding ballistics, trajectory, and shooting scenesAlle Produktbeschreibungen
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On hearing Mr. Haag speak he recalled being on the witness stand and challenged by an attorney to cite a published, scientific work on this subject and having to admit there was none. Later Haag discovered a small, obscure work, basically a memoir, by an Australian writer named "Gregory" G.G. Kelly.
Kelly moved to New Zealand at an early age and pursued his fascination with firearms to become the Arms and Ballistics Officer of the New Zealand Police Department. The thrust of Kelly's work became a self-taught career in figuring out "what happened" in analyzing gun crimes for better than two decades. "The Gun in The Case" was published in New Zealand in 1963. It qualifies as a rare book.
Haag took inspiration from Kelly to draw on his own career to create "Shooting Incident Reconstruction." Thanks to his efforts and those of his son Michael, we now have a modern, up-to-date scientific work on this subject. It is a must read for anyone in the forensic field who may find himself dealing with a firearms case. Haag, like Kelly before him, has that inquiring mind that goes beyond the laboratory to raise and analyze questions of Why? and what if? through empirical testing and experimentation. That is the best there is.
C. Rodney James, Independent Firearms Examiner
I have read and marked up my copy, and used it extensively for teaching, and developing exam questions. I really haven't found any significant errors or editing glitches.