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- DNA fingerprints from fingerprints.Nature. 1997; 387: 767
- Fingerprints from fingerprints.International Congress Series, Progress in Forensic Genetics 9. 2003; 1239: 953-957
- Trace DNA: a review, discussion of theory, and application of the transfer of trace quantities of DNA through skin contact.Journal of Forensic Science. 2002; 47: 442-450
- An intelligence-led approach to policing in England and Wales and the impact of developments in forensic science.The Australian Journal of Forensic Science. 2003; 35: 149-160
D. Coleman, S. Hyde, I. Gordon, T. Wilson, D. Werrett, S. Bain, et al. The National DNA Database Annual Report 03/04. 2004 [cited 24.2.08]; available from: www.forensic.gov.uk/forensic_t/inside/about/docs/NDNAD_AR_3_4.pdf.
- The New Zealand DNA databank: its development and significance as a crime solving tool.Science and Justice. 2001; 41: 33-38
- Evaluation of the 4-year test period of the Swiss DNA database.International Congress Series, Progress in Forensic Genetics 11. 2006; 1288: 731-733
- DNA intelligence databases.in: Buckleton J.S. Triggs C.M. Walsh S.J. Forensic DNA Evidence Interpretation. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL2005: 439-469
- Criminal DNA databases: the European situation.Forensic Science International. 2001; 119: 232-238
- An investigation into the transfer and survivability of human DNA following simulated manual strangulation with consideration of the problem of third party contamination.International Journal of Legal Medicine. 2002; 116: 170-173
- Development of a simulation model to assess the impact of contamination in casework using STRs.Journal of Forensic Science. 2004; 49: 7
- Biological evidence as trace evidence: the forensic science of DNA typing.CAC News. 2002; 4th Qtr.: 19-21
- Trace DNA: an underutilised resource or Pandora's box? A review of the use of trace DNA analysis in the investigation of volume crime.Journal of Forensic Identification. 2004; 54: 668-686
- Glass particles in the clothing of members of the public in south-eastern Australia—a survey.Forensic Science International. 1999; 103: 193-198
- Glass particles in footwear of members of the public in south-eastern Australia—a survey.Forensic Science International. 2001; 116: 149-156
- Assessing transfer probabilities in a Bayesian interpretation of forensic glass evidence.Science and Justice. 1998; 38: 15-21
- Glass on clothing and shoes of members of the general population and people suspected of breaking crimes.Science and Justice. 2001; 41: 39-48
- Probabilistic reasoning in the law Part 2: assessment of probabilities and explanation of the value of trace evidence other than DNA.Science and Justice. 1998; 38: 179-188
- Forensic Interpretation of Glass Evidence.CRC Press, London2000
R v Joyce, NTSC: Supreme Court of the Northern Territory, 2002, unreported.
Bail application by Hillier, ACTSC, 2003.
- Are you collecting all the available DNA from touched objects?.International Congress Series, Progress in Forensic Genetics 9. 2003; 1239: 803-807
- Double swab technique for collecting touched evidence.Legal Medicine. 2007; 9: 181-184
- The propensity of individuals to deposit DNA and secondary transfer of low level DNA from individuals to inert surfaces.Forensic Science International. 2002; 129: 25-34
- The tendency of individuals to transfer DNA to handled items.Forensic Science International. 2006; 168: 162-168
- Assessing trace DNA evidence from a residential burglary: abundance, transfer and persistence.in: 22nd Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetics, 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark2007
Crime victims and the prevention of residential burglary. 2004 [cited 2008 17/3]; available from: www.jcs.act.gov.au/eLibrary/OtherReports/Burglary_Victims_Report.pdf.
F. Kasses, Pers. comm., Sydney Luggage Centre, 2008.
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology: Sydney, NSW, November and December 2007 Daily Weather Observations. 2007 [cited 2008 24.2]; available from: www.bom.gov.au.
- An improved method to recover saliva from human skin: the double swab technique.Journal of Forensic Science. 1997; 42: 320-322
- Fingerprints as evidence for a genetic profile: morphological study on fingerprints and analysis of exogenous and individual factors affecting DNA typing.Journal of Forensic Science. 2003; 48: 586-592
- Evaluation of methodology for the isolation and analysis of LCN-DNA before and after dactyloscopic enhancement of fingerprints.International Congress Series. 2006; 1288: 583-585