“[…] Footwear and tire track evidence can be essential to your case, but it’s often overlooked. In some cases, CSIs identify the evidence but assume they can’t do anything with it. Weather extremes and difficult surfaces can make casting very challenging, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. In this two part series, I’ll first review … Continue reading Forensic Tracking.
Tracking is a valuable tool to eagerly reduce the area of conducting the searching for the missing one. PLS (Point Last Seen) occurrs to be the very last spot the Subject has been seen by witnesses or told to be so. Using Tracking Tecniques and especially cutting for sign will help searchers to determine the … Continue reading P.L.S.
Born in Manhattan, NY, 1840, Frank Joshua North has been an American interpreter, United States Army officer and politician. In 1860 North worked as a clerk and interpreter at the Pawnee Agency trading post in Genoa, Nebraska. Four years later, n 1864, General Samuel R. Curtis asked Frank North to organize a company all made of Pawnee scouts. … Continue reading History of Man Tracking: Frank North and the Pawnee Scouts.
PAWME CHETE! Lots have been said about this special Regiment of the British Army during the Rhodesia War (1973-1980, year of the constitution of Zimbabwe). They were aimed to the “the clandestine elimination of terrorists/terrorism both within and without the country“. That’s why I firmly think it’s peculiar to recommend you the best and more complete … Continue reading History of Man Tracking: Selous Scouts.
One of the most outstanding cases of excellence in Tracking can be related to Aborigenal Trackers, becoming legendary to the minds and eyes of the White People, whose first Colonies started established in the Isle in 1788. To them, Aboriginal Trackers did have such an inner, magic, misty power: they are able to follow a … Continue reading History of Man Tracking: 1834, FreMantle (Australia).