Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Forensic Diving: The Latest in Underwater Investigation

Plane crashes, submerged vehicles, boating accidents, suicides, criminal homicide, swimming fatalities, ice rescues,and lost, damaged, or stolen evidencerecovery represent just a few of the incidents forensic divers encounter.These underwater investigativespecialists face a number of dangers, from underwater hazards to critical incident stress, but emerge from each case better prepared for the next. Agencies that recognize the unique needs of forensic diving teams can properly equip, train, and assist them in their public safety missions.
Full article from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin can be found here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Anxiety symptoms are important for the diagnosis of the disorder as it helps to determine the underlying factor of the disorder. The symptoms are carefully analyzed using the psychological examination, physical examination, and review of the symptoms, to find out the exact subtype of anxiety. The treatment of anxiety will depend upon the basic reason of the anxiety disorder. It includes biological reasons, family history, brain abnormalities, environmental conditions, chemical imbalance, addiction or any major stressful incidents in life.