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Info graphics like this one are another interpretive tool that can help to convey complex ideas or statistics quickly. Crime Scene Science: There are many specialists that are needed in order to solve crimes. From forensic scientists to detectives and more, the modern technology we use to solve crimes is astounding. All of the details of the process come together to uncover details in a crime case.
from TICs y Formación

CSI: Métodos modernos para resolver crímenes #infografia #infographic

Info graphics like this one are another interpretive tool that can help to convey complex ideas or statistics quickly. Crime Scene Science: There are many specialists that are needed in order to solve crimes. From forensic scientists to detectives and more, the modern technology we use to solve crimes is astounding. All of the details of the process come together to uncover details in a crime case.

arresting indeed.  check out deathpenalty.org's racial disparity page. This will also blow your mind.

arresting indeed. check out deathpenalty.org's racial disparity page. This will also blow your mind.

from ShortList Magazine

The Best Crime Novel Covers Ever

Crime novel - Book design! Uses different body parts which are usually present in crime genre. The body parts have been in shape of a gun which is a clever design, as you can easily see which body part is. It is facing up to the top right hand corner of the book which follows the natural eye line, and how the reader will naturally flick to the next page. The book may make them feel more intrigued.

Reminds me of my forensic science class in school lol..good times ;)    Crime Scene Investigation: What a bloody mess! # infographics
from it's a small web

What a bloody mess

Reminds me of my forensic science class in school lol..good times ;) Crime Scene Investigation: What a bloody mess! # infographics

from PROMPTUARIUM

Awkward.

I often get mistaken for my twin sister. it never used to bother me, but now that she's become the most dangerous crime boss in the city, it's starting to get a little awkward.

from Mail Online

Britain's most successful gangster is out of prison and seems intent on reclaiming his empire

Twin brothers Ronald "Ronnie" Kray and Reginald "Reggie" Kray were English gangsters who were foremost perpetrators of organised crime in London's East End during the 1950s and '60s.