Forensic Firsts

May 2016

Fire Investigation

Expired 3.0 14 x
Find out how investigators cleverly use forensic science to catch those who start fatal fires, including the Jacksonville arsonist who left a family dead in 1990.

Criminal Profiling

Expired 3.0 22 x
An absorbing look at advancements in forensic technology. How the introduction of criminal profiling helped police catch the Green River Killer and the Mad Bomber.

Plant Evidence

Expired 3.0 20 x
How did a piece of wood help catch the man who killed aviator Charles Lindbergh's son in 1932? This gripping series reveals all about the science of forensic botany.

Cause of Death

Expired 3.0 15 x
Forensic pathology can not only establish a cause of death - it can also reveal if a crime has occurred. A 1987 autopsy led US detectives to a prolific serial killer.

Cyber Forensics

Expired 3.0 16 x
Crime-busting science. How the rapid development of digital forensic techniques helped capture both a West German spy in 1986 and 'the Craigslist Killer' in 2009.

Trace Evidence

Expired 3.0 11 x
A compelling examination of forensic science and the techniques used to catch criminals. Scientists and police officers explain the importance of trace evidence.

Blood Splatter

Expired 3.0 17 x
Illuminating documentary series that traces the development of key forensic techniques. Find out how analysing blood stains proved the key to catching two killers.
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