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View Resource FATF: Financial Action Task Force On Money Laundering = GAFI: Groupe d'Action Financiere sur le Blanchiment des Capitaux

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has established this site, which features a publications page that includes the last six annual reports on task force activity (1991/2-1994/5 reports are available in Adobe Acrobat [.pdf] format only). These reports detail money laundering "methods and countermeasures," and "monitor the implementation of anti-money laundering measures."...

https://techresources.oecd.org/mcmdown/
View Resource Implementation of the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act: An Interim Report to Congress

Released by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Interagency Working Group (IWG), this interim report reveals the status of the Group's progress in the long and complex process of identifying, declassifying, and releasing US Government records relating to Nazi war crimes. Among other things, the report reveals that the IWG has identified more than 600 million pages in 127 file...

https://www.archives.gov/iwg/reports/nazi-war-crimes-interim...
View Resource JUSTNET: TechBeat

TechBeat is a quarterly publication of the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC). It covers new technologies being developed at the center and other government and private sector research. Some of the frequent topics discussed in TechBeat are electronic crime, prison security, illegal substance detection, and operations at the state and federal level. One section of...

https://www.justnet.org/techbeat.html
View Resource Court TV: Forensic Files

This companion Web site to the Court TV series _Forensic Files_ offers a virtual forensics lab where visitors can learn more about the different techniques experts use to "put together the pieces of the crime puzzle." Each room of the virtual 3-story lab is dedicated to a different forensic technique, including DNA evidence, bite marks, blood splatter, time of death, and more. Each room offers an...

https://www.trutv.com/index.html
View Resource International Association for Identification

The International Association for Identification (IAI) is the world's oldest and largest criminal identification organization. In 2005, the IAI selected the West Virginia University Libraries to house its priceless research library due in part to the institution's program in the field of forensic and investigative sciences education. The collection is rather fascinating, containing over 3,000...

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https://iai.lib.wvu.edu/