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"The NIST Law Enforcement Standards Office (OLES) Forensic Science Program conducted a survey of state and federal law enforcement agencies to develop a comprehensive list of databases, reference materials, and standard reference collections use by forensic scientists in laboratories at the state and local levels. The survey resulted in 228 state, federal, and commercially run databases."-- website
The purpose of this database is to generate reliable Y-STR haplotype frequency estimates for Y-STR haplotypes to be used in the quantitative assessment of matches in forensic and kinship casework. Assessment of male population stratification among world-wide populations as far as reflected by Y-STR and Y-SNP frequency distributions. Provision of advanced tools and further resources concerning Y-STRs and Y-SNPs.
"The Crime Museum opened in Washington, DC in 2008 as an educational resource on law enforcement, crime history, and forensic science, and a repository for artifacts on America’s favorite subject. We also operate the Natalee Holloway Resource Center, and the Crime Library."--website
"NMAM is a collection of methods for sampling and analysis of contaminants in workplace air, surfaces, and in the blood and urine of workers who are occupationally exposed." -- https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nmam/
From the website: "An important new forum to promote cross-disciplinary understanding of scientific applications to the criminal justice system. An authoritative, encyclopedic resource addressing key topics from the perspectives of anthropology, chemistry, biology, medicine, crime scene investigation, digital sciences, and jurisprudence. Content is fully citable, qualifying for abstracting, indexing, and ISI ranking. Free to all in 2019, and free to members of registered institutions in 2020!"