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The Journal of Forensic Identification is a scientific journal that provides more than 100 pages of articles related to forensics. Such articles are written by forensic authorities from around the world who are practitioners or academics in forensic science fields.
Examples of articles include case studies of closed criminal cases, evidence collection, crime scene processing, blood pattern interpretation, footwear and tiretrack preservation and examination, latent print processing techniques, fingerprint comparison, forensic photography, forensic art, and DNA analysis studies. Full color printing is provided when deemed appropriate without charge to the author.
The JFI is published quarterly and hardcopies are distributed during the first two weeks of the publication month. Circulation of the JFI is in excess of 7,000 hardcopies, which are mailed to members and subscribers throughout the world.
Electronic copies of the JFI are also available at many universities through the university's EBSCO Criminal Justice database service. It is also indexed by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (www.ncjrs.gov).
For information on submitting articles for publicationin the JFI, please review the instructions for submitting your manuscript.