Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science is a professional-quality, peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing SJSU student research in justice studies and forensic science. The journal features student research papers and book reviews.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Volume: Volume 5 (2017)Themis is published annually by the students of the Justice Studies Department at San Jose State University. All views of fact or opinion are the sole responsibility of the authors and may not reflect the views of the editorial staff or faculty.
Questions or comments may be directed to Themis, Department of Justice Studies, San Jose State University, One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192. Contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ownership of papers is retained by authors. Papers may be submitted for publication elsewhere. Authorization has been granted by authors for use of papers in both the printed publication of Themis and online.
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San Jose State University
Optimizing Collection of Trace Biological Samples from Vehicle Headrests
Kevin Tang, Jesse Ramirez, John Bond, Jocelyn Weart, Yvette DeLaTorre, Ian Fitch, and Steven Lee
Physical Match: Unique Fracture Patterns in Wooden Popsicle Sticks
Yiu Ming Sunny Lau
Minimum Education Requirements for Crime Scene Investigators
- Managing Editors
- Jen Rushforth
- Diane Eilerts
- Associate Editors
- Jacqueline Abad Santos
- Nikole Abrego
- Stan Bielous
- April Kanagaki
- Madison McGowan
- Paloma Moran
- Andrea Nissen
- Sarah Pawloski
- Samantha Pereira
- Zayna Seyedi
- Faculty Advisor
- Mary Juno, MSc