Ch 14: Forensic Document Analysis

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Our informative chapter on forensic document analysis is comprised of short lessons that make up a mobile-friendly, flexible study resource you can work through at any time. When you utilize these materials, you'll access lessons, quizzes and printable lesson transcripts.+

Forensic Document Analysis - Chapter Summary

Forensic document analysis is easy to understand with this engaging and professionally designed chapter. Just a few of the topics covered here include handwriting analysis, ink obliterations and alternations, and more document analysis techniques. You can work at your own pace on your computer, tablet or mobile phone since the resources are available 24 hours a day. Also included after each lesson are short, multiple-choice self-assessment quizzes to help keep you on track. You should be able to do the following after you've completed this chapter:

  • Outline the definition and purpose of questioned document examination (QDE)
  • Discuss the method used in handwriting analysis and its purpose
  • Describe ink examination, obliteration and alteration
  • Explain the characteristics and detection associated with photocopiers and printers

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