With a characteristic combination of humor and professionalism, the authors of Honolulu Homicide, Gary A. Dias and Robbie Dingeman, describe the riveting science and art of criminal investigation, as applied to actual crimes in Honolulu. Chapters on crime scenes, fingerprints and other evidence, blood, firearms, arson and explosives, documents, injuries and autopsies, and forensic tools and profiling include experiments readers can try at home. A bonus section, "Protect Yourself in a Dangerous World" offers expert advice on protecting your home, being safe on the streets and at work, and preventing sexual assault.
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Gary A. Dias served with the Honolulu Police Department from 1971 until 1998 and wrote about his experiences in his first book, Honolulu Cop (Bess Press, 2002). He is currently manager of security at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu. As a reporter, Robbie Dingeman, co-author with Dias of Honolulu Homicide (Bess Press, 2003), has covered major Hawai'i stories for newspapers and television since 1982. She is currently the health reporter for The Honolulu Advertiser. Dias and Dingeman are married to each other and have two daughters.
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Book Description Bess Press, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1573062286
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