Preface Chapter One: Introduction to Criminal Human Dismemberment Sue Black, Guy Rutty, Sarah Hainsworth and Grant Thomson Chapter Two: Dismemberment: An Historical Perspective Shane McCorristine Chapter Three: Psychology and Dismemberment David Holmes Chapter Four: Mr Adam Vincent, Humberside Police Mark Oliver Chapter Five: Miss Gemma McCluskie, Metropolitan Police Service John Nicholson Chapter Six: Terminology Sue Black and Grant Thomson Chapter Seven: Principles of Tool Mark Analysis and Evidential Best Practice Grant Thomson and Sue Black Chapter Eight: Overview of the Examination of a Dismembered Body Guy Rutty and Bruno Morgan Chapter Nine: The Role of Forensic Anthropology in Cases of Dismemberment Lucina Hackman and Sue Black Chapter Ten: Identification Marks - Saws S. V. Hainsworth Chapter Eleven: Identification Marks - Knives and Other Implements S. V. Hainsworth Chapter Twelve: Future Research in the Analysis of Criminal Dismemberment S. Black, N. Nic Daeid, L. Hackman and G. Thomson Appendix 1: Additional Investigative Resources S. Baylis and G. S. Thomson Appendix 2: Known Cases of Criminal Dismemberment in the UK Since 1985 Sue Black
Professor Dame Sue Black is a Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology, the Director of the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification and the Director of the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science at the University of Dundee, UK. Professor Guy Rutty is a Home Office registered Forensic Pathologist and is the vicechair of the International Society of Forensic Radiology and Imaging, University of Leicester, UK. Professor Sarah Hainsworth is a Professor of Materials and Forensic Engineering, University of Leicester, UK. Mr. Grant Thomson is a former Scenes of Crime Officer and Crime Scene Manager. He is currently a senior trainer and consultant in capacity building within fragile and conflict affected states.