Forensic science has developed into a discipline that is used in various applications and in various fields involving legal implications in order to help to solve cases with a criminal or civil suit.
In a way of the science of a 3D crime scene measurements and forensic studies seem to overlap and linked through a very different and distinctive in their final destination. The role of a Crime Scene Investigator is more related to the invention, collecting, documenting and preserving physical evidence at the site which is then used to present along with proof of identification in court to be able to catch the perpetrators.
Crime Scene Investigation is a multi-disciplinary science that involves both scientific knowledge and other areas that consist of logic, law and mathematics etc.
The scope of forensic science has evolved over the years to include several branches using natural scientific techniques and methods to examine and determine some evidence and criminal law.
It is said that forensic science was originated in 212 BC when humans have developed a unique fingerprint system as a sign of identification.
With universal usage and acceptance of the terms for the use of forensic scientific studies in the fields of criminal, even a dictionary and academics have begun to accept and use the new term along with the original name as a similar term.