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I was inspired to start this Data Model by a wonderful book entitled "FORENSICS - The Anatomy of Crime"
by Val McDermid, who is very well known as a successful thriller writer.

We would be glad to have your comments.

Chapter 1 - Getting Started - Conceptual Model                                           

Conceptual Data Model for Forensics - Chapter 1                 

The Subject Area Data Models are based on the Chapters 
in the Forensics book :-

  • Anthropology
  • Blood Spatter and DNA
  • Digital Forensics
  • Entomology
  • Facial Reconstruction
  • Fingerprinting
  • Fire Scene Investigation
  • Forensic Psychology
  • The Courtroom
  • Toxicology
  • Chapter 2 - Anthropology - Conceptual Model      

    Conceptual Data Model for Forensics - Chapter 2

    in the Forensics book, Anthropology is called "The Science of  

    In other words, the Evidence is predominantly Bones, the
    Analysis involves tests and techniques that are appropriate
    to Bones and the Analysis is the identification of an individual
    human being from the evidence of Bones.

    A number of Participants play different Roles including
    anthropologists, X-ray technicians and photographers.
    Work took place at a number of Locations, including murder
    sites, laboratories and courts.
    A variety of Documents is involved, such as Reports of
    Findings, Court Proceedings and Publications.

    A wide range of activities is involved, which we can classify as

    Barry Williams
    Principal Consultant
    Database Answers Ltd.
    London, England
    March 1st. 2015

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