Forensic Psychophysiology—guides and practices address polygraph training and recommended practices for the design, conduct, and interpretation of psychophysiological detection of deception examinations.
Forensic Sciences—the majority of standards in this section deal with criminalistics, including forensic analysis, examination of physical evidence, documenting, labeling, storing, and retrieving evidence.
Conformity Assessment—criteria for the evaluation of testing laboratories and proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparisons.
Particle and Spray Characterization—standards cover sieving and nonsieving methods and screening media.
Nanotechnology—standards cover terminology, environmental and occupational health and safety, education and characterization, including physical, chemical, and toxicological properties. Forensic Engineering—addresses the scientific, engineering, ethical, and legal considerations inherent in forensic engineering investigations, reporting, and testimony.
Important changes that may impact your purchase decision: Standards from Committees E11, E27, E37, and E55 have moved from Volume 14.02 to new Volume 14.05 Statistical Methods; Hazard Potential of Chemicals; Thermal Measurements; Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Products.