Killing of a human being is a serious crime. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis BPA interprets the shape and distribution of bloodstains in a crime scene. Murderers conceal crime so that it may be wrong interpretation by autopsy surgeons and hence it may lead to injustice. The mentality of murderer after crime is to hide the crime by disposing of the dead bodies by burning, burying, throwing them into water or concealing them in distant places. This paper presents a case on Sexually Harassment of Women in an Incidence. In this case none of persons i. Further in the content of case diary names of victims are not mentioned. Crime Reconstruction of the consecutive events from autopsy and visit at crime spot is essential for investigations. The presence of blood patterns at the crime scene is importance for the investigation.
Jeffrey Dahmer was an American serial killer who took the lives of 17 males between and Over the course of more than 13 years, Dahmer sought out men, mostly African American, at gay bars, malls and bus stops, lured them home with promises of money or sex, and gave them alcohol laced with drugs before strangling them to death. He would then engage in sex acts with the corpses before dismembering them and disposing of them, often keeping their skulls or genitals as souvenirs.
There are a range of crimes that can be considered as sexual offences, including non-consensual crimes such as rape or sexual assault, crimes against children including child sexual abuse or grooming, and crimes that exploit others for a sexual purpose, whether in person or online. Crimes can occur between strangers, friends, acquaintances, current or ex-partners, or family members. This is an overarching framework to address crimes that have been identified as being committed primarily but not exclusively by men against women. However, the Annual Violence Against Women and Girls report published by the CPS includes data on all perpetrators and victims, irrespective of gender. The CPS is determined to secure justice for all victims, and recently reaffirmed our commitment to male victims.
The remarkable black and white images were taken in Paris, France, and are credited to famed detective Alphonse Bertillon. Some unsettling pictures show scenes of chaos, where it's clear a violent struggle has taken place and left the victim with horrifying injuries. In other stills, a human body lies in a perfectly neat room, adding to the mystery of the atrocity. He also invented the mug shot - photographing criminals in the s, just a few years after photography was widely used. Alphonse was the first to recognise the importance of using photography to document a crime scene. It may seem obvious now but the position of the body, the murder weapon, the footprints or personal artefacts left behind were imperative to solving the case. At the time there were those who doubted the relevance of photographing murder victims - considering it ghoulish and disrespectful to the deceased. Last week, we revealed a fascinating set of s photographs that show how British lives were transformed after the Second World War. Yesterday, we reported on the horrific 1,year-old Chinese practice of foot binding that agonisingly mutilates the toes into a "lotus" shape. Sign in.