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Public Awareness: Identification of Security Features of Different Bank Cheques

A lot of evidence has been left by the criminals while commencing offenses. Fraud in the banks is easier due to less knowledge of banking documents. Cheques serve to be the most valuable evidence that can provide a lot of crucial information and therefore acts as a forensic tool. Cheques from different banks can be distinguished with the help of certain features present in them such as bank logo, watermarks, design and pattern of cheque, etc. Every cheque was different from each other with respect to the features like position and number of watermarks, fluorescence, voids pattern, micro lettering, size and dimensions of the cheques. Security features are the vital line of defence against cheque fraud.
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Addressing the Risk of Product Fraud: A Case Study of the Nigerian Combating Counterfeiting and Sub-Standard Medicines Initiatives

Combating counterfeit medicines requires a new and unique crime scene investigation and forensic science approach. The “crime scene” is both at the production of the counterfeit product anywhere in the world and simultaneously at the packaged product in a consumer’s hand.
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Conventional and Computational Features in Document Examination

Document examination has been around for more than a century. The field of Document examination has become more diverse and requires authenticity or validation in many areas of examination which involves determination of authorship, fraud detection and personal identification.
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The Perception of a Woman’s Love in a Relationship with a Prisoner is Erotic and Altruistic

Studies have reported the effects of imprisonment on the wives and girlfriends of prisoners, but have not investigated how these women perceive love and commitment. This study analyzes four different styles of love: eros (romantic love), storge (amicably love), mania (possessive love), and agape (altruistic love) in a sample of 96 women who are in relationships with prisoners.
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