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Biocrimes

Bio crime is a crime committed intentionally by using bioweapons such as pathogens ,toxins etc once the bio crime is detected ,then the next step is followed by forensic analyses and under goes a chain of custody procedure The primary role of this procedure is caring for the patient, even at the risk of compromising evidence collection. Including options for interaction with and disclosure to public health and law enforcement officials, as required by law, alert as early as possible public health authorities and law enforcement, guidance to collect and preserve evidence. We should make sure that notification has occurred .The well-documented medical records should be maintained. Law enforcement and public health personnel participating in the Laboratory Response Network can provide this assistance. Bio crimes have prompted the federal government to develop a new forensic science discipline known as Microbial Forensics. The HIV was more likely to be used in bio crimes than in acts of bioterrorism. Historically, though, criminal cases involving HIV have not been terrorist acts. The three HIV bio crime scenarios most likely to occur are knowingly transferring HIV by rape or by not informing sexual partner(s) of being HIV positive, by health care transmission through improper unsterile conditions, and by criminal threats with blood tainted items. Through Open Access publications, scientists can avoid subscription fees and copyright and licensing restrictions to access free scholarly literature. Since Open Access publishing allows the permanent restoration of scientific data through digital copies, other than the constraint of Internet access, scientists around the world can freely share information and collaborate to enhance the progress of science. Open Access journals not only give royalty to free literature, but also reduce costs for paper-copy production.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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