Volume 26, Issue 3 (July 1981)
A Review of Identification Technologies: Computer, Optical, and Chemical Aids to Personal ID
The book contains nothing novel or striking, but it is an elementary description of some identification processes and systems. It would probably be of interest to the neophytes in the field of identification or possibly high school and college students taking courses in criminology or criminal justice. I cannot see that criminalists and established identification and investigation bureaus would find information in this publication of great use. It would seem inconceivable that professionals would not be much more advanced than information in this publication.