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dc.contributor.authorBryła, Weronika
dc.date.accessioned2017-12-11T09:54:52Z
dc.date.available2017-12-11T09:54:52Z
dc.date.issued2017-12
dc.identifier.isbn978-83-949471-0-1
dc.identifier.urihttps://depot.ceon.pl/handle/123456789/13486
dc.description.abstractThe beginning of the history of the criminalistics on the Polish territories is connected with development of this science in invanders countries. One of the first source of the information about this subject are papers written by M. G. Żabczyński. Other references are books about forensic medicine written by Ludwik Perzyna and L. K. Teichman, who invented method of detecting blood in any material. During inter-war period in Poland, took place the flowering of criminology. The most important were: Władystaw Sobolewski (firearms, ballistics) and J. Olbrycht (forensic haematology). For the police the most significant were development of dactyloscopy, forsenic science and graphology. After WWII a lot of new methods of evidence collection was used. Phonoscopy, polygraphy, osmology, entemology are only some of them, which were develop by polish scientist, policemen and prosecutors. Today polish representatives of the law use most of the methods from the past, but cooperation with other countries is much greater and necessaryen
dc.publisherSKN Uroborospl
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dc.subjectpoligrafiapl
dc.subjectkryminologiapl
dc.subjectTeichmannpl
dc.subjectgrafologiapl
dc.subjectdaktyloskopiapl
dc.subjecthistoria kryminalistykipl
dc.subjectfonoskopiapl
dc.subjectosmologiapl
dc.subjectentemologiapl
dc.titleZarys historii nauk kryminalistycznych na ziemiach polskichpl
dc.typebookPartpl
dc.contributor.organizationUniwersytet Śląski, Wydział Prawa i Administracjipl


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