According to some researchers, forensic is sub-divided into some categories:
1. Criminalistics is a subdivision of forensic science that analyzes and answer questions related to biological evidence, trace evidence, proof prints (such as fingerprints, footwear impressions, tire tracks and cars), controlled substances (chemicals that are banned by the government because it could lead to the potential for abuse or addiction), ballistics (examination of firearms) and other evidence found at a crime scene. Normally, such evidence is processed in a laboratory (crime lab).
2. Forensic Anthropology is a subdivision of forensic science that applies the science of physical anthropology (which in a certain sense is part of anthropology who tried to trace…show more content… Forensic entomology insect activity evaluated by a variety of techniques to help predict the time of death and determine whether the tissue of the body or bodies have been moved from one location to another. Entomology is not only struggling with biology and histology arthropods, but this time entomology in its methods also cultivate other sciences such as chemistry and genetics. With the use of examination and DNA identifiers on the body of insects in forensic entomology, then the greater the likelihood of detection such as will allow to identify the tissues of the body or bodies of a person through an insect found on the crime…show more content… Humans have 32 teeth with clear shape and each has five surfaces.
9. Forensic Pathology is a branch of forensic science that deals with finding the cause of death based on corpse examination (autopsy). The pathologist is specifically focused on the position of the victim's body, the scars are visible, and any material evidence found around the victim, or anything that might provide early clues about the timing and causes of death.
10. Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology is a forensic science concerning the mental state of the suspect or the parties in a civil case. Forensic science is needed if in case we find people who are malingering, antisocial, rapists, murderers, and other sexual problems involving as homosexuals, transvestites, sex-change operations, pedophilia, and maniac.
11. Forensic Toxicology is the use of the science of toxicology and other sciences such as analytical chemistry, pharmacology and clinical chemistry to assist in the investigation of the cases of death, poisoning, and the use of drugs. The main focus in forensic toxicology is not the result of a toxicology investigation itself, but the technology or techniques used to obtain and predict the