The Star, Friday, March 11, 2005
Article by Joann Koh in The Star, the most widely read English-language paper in Malaysia, reviews book by Dr. Katherine Ramsland, assistant professor of forensic psychology at DeSales. Koh describes The Science of Cold Case Files as "an in-depth exploration of the world of forensic science, the kind highly acclaimed CBS TV drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is based upon. Koh says "there is the thrill of discovery" upon reading Ramsland's book, with its "thriller elements and insights into a specialized world we could accidentally careen into by force of circumstance tomorrow." She describes the book as mentally demanding and one you will want to finish when you can. Koh notes that modern technology has made police work more efficient. She credits the AFIS, Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems, database with making it more difficult for felons to escape detection.
Press Release: Nabbing felons in The Science of Cold Case Files | Posted on: 3/11/2005
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