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Crime Scene: True Stories from the Life of a Forensic Investigator

by Esther McKay

PUBLISHED: 31st May 2008
ISBN: 9780143005292
ANNOTATION:
Esther McKay joined the NSW police as an idealistic 21 year old and became one of the force's most experienced and respected forensic investigators. This amazing true crime book takes us inside a police forensic unit, the first called to every grisly crime scene.
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PUBLISHED: 31st May 2008
ISBN: 9780143005292
ANNOTATION:
Esther McKay joined the NSW police as an idealistic 21 year old and became one of the force's most experienced and respected forensic investigators. This amazing true crime book takes us inside a police forensic unit, the first called to every grisly crime scene.

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Esther McKay joined the NSW police as an idealistic 21 year old and became one of the force's most experienced and respected forensic investigators. This amazing true crime book takes us inside a police forensic unit, the first called to every grisly crime scene.

Publisher Description

Esther McKay joined the NSW police as an idealistic 21 year old and became one of the force's most experienced and respected forensic investigators. This amazing true crime book takes us inside a police forensic unit, the first called to every grisley murder.

Author Biography

Esther Mckay served seventeen years in the New South Wales Police Force, attaining the rank of Detective (technical) Senior Constable. She worked in the area of Forensic Services for fifteen years, attaining expert status in crime-scene examination and vehicle identification. She also worked in Training and Research, as well as Document Examination. She has a Diploma of Applied Science in Forensic Investigation (NSW Police), and was awarded the National Medal for service in 2001 and the Ethical and Diligent Police Service medal with fifteen-year clasp in 2008.She was discharged from the force in 2001 with post-traumatic stress disorder as a direct result of her forensic work. Her best-selling autobiography, Crime Scene- True Stories from the Life of a Forensic Investigator, was published by Penguin in 2005.She works actively in supporting traumatised serving and former police and is the President of the Police Post Trauma Support Group. She was awarded the Pride of Australia Medal in 2007 for Community Spirit for her work with traumatised police, and regularly speaks to various groups and schools about her life experience, writing and former forensic work. Esther is patron of the Australian Missing Persons Register and has been an Australia Day Ambassador since 2007. She lives in the Southern Highlands with her husband and two children.

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True stories from the life of a forensic investigator.

Product Details

Author
Esther McKay
Short Title
CRIME SCENE
Pages
305
Publisher
Penguin Books
Language
English
ISBN-10
0143005294
ISBN-13
9780143005292
Media
Book
Format
Paperback
Year
2008
Publication Date
2008-05-31
Audience Age
17
Country of Publication
Australia
Subtitle
True Stories from the Life of a Forensic Investigator
Audience
General/Trade