The world’s most widely read forensic science journal, Forensic Science International, has recognised the calibre and expertise of GKAIG’s fire debris and forensic analysis, with a recently published article.
In its current edition, the Journal ran a comprehensive review by GKA Analytical Services Laboratory Manager and Forensic Fire Examiner, Alexander Visotin of the book, ‘Identifying Ignitable Liquids in Fire Debris: A Guideline for Forensic Experts, by Jeanet Hendrikse, Michiel Grutters and Frank Schäfer.
The book’s lead author, Hendrikse, is a skilled Dutch fire debris analyst whose work is highly regarded globally. Recognised by Alexander as a significant resource for practicing fire debris analysts, the book takes a very direct and technical approach, dealing almost exclusively with data interpretation.
You may read his review here.
This is Alexander’s second article to be published by a leading journal.
You may read about his first here.