Enyclopedia of Underwater Investigations, Second Edition

encyclopedia_of_underwater_investigationsEncyclopedia of Underwater Investigations - Second Edition
$55.50 each


Robert Teather
Updates by Jeffrey Bozanic and Bo Tibbetts
June 2013
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The First Edition of the Encyclopedia of Underwater Investigations, published in 1994, was a groundbreaking addition to diving literature. To this day, it remains one of the preeminent publications in the area of underwater forensics and investigations. The manual demystifies and clarifies underwater investigative procedures, providing a clear, descriptive, step-by-step instruction manual for the public safety dive team and underwater investigators.

The Second Edition of Corporal Robert Gordon Teather’s pinnacle text is now updated to include new tools and technologies used by today’s underwater investigators. Many individuals working in the fields of investigation and public safety diving have supplied their expertise to update Robert Teather’s original text, thus creating an enduring resource for public safety divers and underwater investigators for years to come.


Available now in softcover and eBook versions.

Book number D1238

Table of Contents

  • Drowning - What Really Happens
  • Body Recovery
  • Investigation of Death
  • Scuba Fatality - Accident Investigation
  • Recovering Skeletal Remains
  • Body Recovery Reporting Procedures
  • Firearms Recovery
  • Aircraft Recovery
  • Vehicle Recovery
  • Court Testimony
  • The Collection & Preservation of Physical Evidence
  • Types of Evidence
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