Summarize another profession within forensic science (other than anthropology, police-officer/detective). Discuss how they contribute to a criminal investigation. Cite any sources or websites used in creating your post. The Webliography link may be a good place to start to find online sources.


Title:American Board of Forensic Anthropology
Description: This site will be useful to learn more about the field of Forensic Anthropology.
Description: Forensic Anthropology and Human Osteology educational resources; many useful links for tutorials under “resource” section.
Title:Forensic Osteology
Description: FOROST is a free-access visual metabase of skeletal images, videos, lectures, etc. This site links users to collections of many institutions from several countries around the world.
Title:CSU: Skull Module
Description: An interactive site to aid in learning cranial osteololgy.
Title:American Anthropological Association
Description: AAA is the professional organization that represents the four fields (and subfields)of anthropology. Useful links
Title:American Academy of Forensic Science
Description: A good reference and resource for the field of forensic science.
Title:Guide to Forensic Science
Description: A basic overview of various forensic science disciplines, with links to other sources, blogs, etc.
Title:Forensic Entomology
Description: Resources for law enforcement and death investigation officials on the science of forensic entomology.
Title:American Society of Forensic Odontology
Description: The American Society of Forensic Odontology is the largest organization devoted to forensic dentistry. Useful dental info and links.
Title:Osteology Review/Virtual Skeleton
Description: Self review site for osteology.
Title:Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History
Description: Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History – Department of Anthropology
Title:Forensic Dentistry
Description: How Forensic Dentistry works.
Title:How Autopsies Work
Description: A video and article about how autopsies work.
Title:NAMUS: National Missing and Unidentified Persons Systems
Description: A national centralized repository and resource center for missing persons and unidentified decedent records
Title:Forensic Archaeology
Description: Useful site to explore more about Forensic Archaeology.
Title:DMORT: Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team
Description: Useful site to explore more about DMORT.