The essential collection and guide to creating effective forensic forms

Our forensic forms are designed to help you collect the evidence you need to build a strong case. Choose from a variety of options, including DNA kits, fingerprinting kits, and more.

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The science of forensics is the study of evidence, and forensic forms are used to collect, organize and preserve that evidence. While forensics is a branch of science, it also relies heavily on the legal system to function. The forms used in forensics must therefore be designed to meet both the needs of the scientific process and the legal requirements for evidence. There are many forensic forms, each with a specific purpose. The most common form is the police report, which documents the details of a crime scene. Other forms include the autopsy report, which details the results of a post-mortem examination, and the toxicology report, which lists the results of toxicology tests. Forensic forms are typically divided into two categories: those that are used for scientific purposes and those that are used for legal purposes. Scientific papers are used to collect and organize evidence, while legal forms document the details of a crime and provide testimony in court.


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