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Forensic Science & Addiction Research

Reconstruction of Crime Scene: Reveals the Truth at Railway Track

  • Open or CloseVenktesh V1, Vashistha KN2, Kamlesh Pankaj3 and Mukesh Sharma4*

    1Assistant Director (Biology Div.), Regional FSL, India

    2Assistant Director (Serology Div.), Regional FSL, India

    3In-charge, Mobile Forensic Science Unit, India

    4Assistant Director (Physics Div.) State FSL, India

    *Corresponding author: Mukesh Sharma, Assistant Director (Physics Div.) State FSL, Jaipur, India

Submission: September 17, 2021;Published: September 29, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/FSAR.2020.05.000621

ISSN: 2578-0042
Volume5 Issue4


Reconstruction of a scene of occurrence are generally based two folds 1) scientific experimentation and 2) past experiences of the experts team. The recon involves collection, consideration, happenings and incorporation of all investigative information with physical evidence analysis and interpretation molded into a reasonable explanation of the crime and its related events, which was available with the investigating agency. In this article we have reported a very interesting case study of railway track, as reported our team has been called after six month of the crime scene happenings to reconstruct the spot of occurrence and provide a scientific path to the investigating agency. Our team consists of Biology, Serology and Physics experts, and we reconstructed the scene, with full scientific evidences and analytical aspect. On the basis of our report the case is now disposed. Before our report the case was registered under the section of kidnapping and murder in IPC.

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