This CSAFE Center Wide webinar was presented on October 24, 2018 by Dr. Alicia Carriquiry, CSAFE Director and Distinguished Professor of Statistics at Iowa State University. Dr. Carriquiry has provided presentation slides.

 

Presentation Description: 

Glass evidence may arise when a glass object is broken during the commission of a crime. Small fragments can transfer to the perpetrator. Do the fragments on the suspect come from the broken glass object at the scene? What is the degree of similarity between fragments on the suspect and the broken glass? Is the degree of similarity typical among fragments from the same source?

 

 

 

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