History & Development of Forensic Science

History & Development of Forensic Science

Edmond Locard Father of the Crime Lab In 1910, he started the 1 st crime lab in an attic of a police station. With few tools, he quickly became known worldwide to forensic scientists & criminal investigators & eventually founded the Institute of Criminalistics in France. His most important contribution was the Locards Exchange Principle LOCARDS EXCHANGE PRINCIPLE

Every Contact Leaves a Trace. He believed that every criminal can be connected to a crime by particles carried from the crime scene. When a criminal comes in contact with an object or person, a cross-transfer of evidence occurs.

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