Numerous government information resources from the U.S. Government, Indiana state government, and selected foreign governments can also be useful sources for Forensic Science students. Examples include:
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
Federal Rules of Evidence (All three of these publications are produced by the House Judiciary Committee and cover federal court cases)
Forensic Science in Criminal Courts: Ensuring Scientific Validity of Feature-Comparisoned Models (2016 report by Obama Administration's President's Council on Science & Technology (PCAST) FBI Response to this report.
Forensic Science and Forensic Evidence I (January 2017 U.S. Attorneys Bulletin issue on these subjects. U.S. Attorneys are responsible for prosecuting federal civil and criminal cases.
Moves Activities Activities Updates Using Fleet DNA Data: Interim Report 2019 report by Energy Dept's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Occupational Outlook Handbook-Forensic Science Technicians (This annual Bureau of Labor Statistics report gives information on employment conditions and trends)
Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States (2009 National Academies report)
To Examine the State of Forensic Science in the U.S. (March 28, 2017 House Judiciary Committee hearing)
DNA Evidence: DOJ Should Improve Performance Measurement and Properly Design Controls for Nationwide Grant Program (2018 Govt. Accountability Office report for Congress)
Indiana Rules of Evidence (Used in Indiana local and state courts)