Due to the multidisciplinary, concurring and co-ordinating nature of criminalistics, the subject cannot be regarded as a separate discipline with its own unique methods and techniques. Criminalistics involve an integrated process that includes the following • identification of criminal actions and the persons involved in it, whether dead or alive; • fieldwork methods and techniques of the criminal investigator; and • laboratory analyses carried out during the investigation process.
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