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Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine (AJFSFM)
Aims and Scope
The Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine (AJFSFM) is a peer-reviewed, open access (CC BY-NC),
international journal, that publishes material in English and Arabic and is dedicated to the development and application of
forensic science and forensic medical knowledge and research for the purpose of law and justice across the globe. The AJFSFM
is an official publication (ISSN 1658-6786) of the Arab Society for Forensic Sciences and Forensic Medicine (ASFSFM) and is
published biannually by Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The AJFSFM has the fundamental aim of sharing knowledge, research experience, recent achievements, and new
technologies in various disciplines of forensic science and forensic medicine among forensic scientists in Arab countries as
well as the rest of the world. The AJFSFM aims to achieve a top position by publishing genuine, outstanding, trustworthy, and
original research submitted by ambitious researchers, spreading to all scientists, pathologists, jurists, medicolegal professionals,
and learners in the field of forensic sciences and forensic medicine.
The scope of topics covered in the AJFSFM includes but is not limited to: Forensic Pathology, Odontology, Histochemistry,
Toxicology (drugs, alcohol, etc.), Forensic Biology (Serology, Human DNA profiling, Entomology, Population genetics),
Forensic chemistry (Inks, Paints, Dyes, Explosives, Fire accelerants), Psychiatry and Hypnotics, Forensic Anthropology
and Archeology, Fingerprints and Impressions, Firearms and Tool marks, White collar crimes (counterfeiting and forgery;
questioned documents), Digital forensics; Cyber crimes, Criminal justice, Crime Scene and investigations of value to public
health.
The AJFSFM publishes original contributions in Arabic or English under any of the following manuscript categories:
1. Original research papers 2. Case reports
3. Review articles 4. Rapid communications
5. Brief/Technical notes 6. Letters to the Editor
7. Book reviews 8. Conferences/Symposia proceedings
9. Society news 10. Announcements
Disclaimer of Warranties and Liability
The Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine (AJFSFM), the Arab Society for Forensic Sciences and
Forensic Medicine (ASFSFM) and Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) do not claim ownership, endorse or
take responsibility for any second-party (Authors) products, information, guidelines, materials, methods or services that may
be offered, advertised, provided or displayed on the AJFSFM website or printed in the Journal. The AJFSFM does not assume
any responsibility for the unauthorized use of any of its published material in any form by any third party. In addition, the
Journal does not bear any responsibility for damages or injuries resulting from the use of contents, products, methods, and
protocols contained in this journal.
Content and Limitations on Use
The Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine (AJFSFM) is an open access journal and follows the open
access policy as per (CC BY-NC). You may print or download content from the AJFSFM website for your own personal, noncommercial,
informational, or scholarly use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. You
may not modify, publish, reproduce, transmit, post, translate or create other derivative works from, or sell, rent or license all or
any part of the content, products or services obtained from the AJFSFM website in any medium to anyone, except as otherwise
expressly permitted under CC BY-NC.
Printed, published, and distributed by The Naif Arab University Publishing House, P.O.Box: 6830, Riyadh
11452– Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
For further information, please contact:
Dr. Abdulsallam Ahmad Bakdash
Editor-in-Chief, AJFSFM
Arab Society for Forensic Sciences and Forensic Medicine
Naif Arab University for Security Sciences
Riyadh 11452 P.O. Box: 6830
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Phone: +966112463444 EXT 1600
E-mail: abakdash@nauss.edu.sa


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Volume 1, Issue (10), December 2019

Original Articles

Detection of the Timing of Human Skin Wounds by Immunohistochemical Analysis of CD14

Azza A. Fouad, Fatma M. M. Badr El Dine, Heba M. K. El Dine Menesy, Amany A. Abdelatif, Rasha I. Khedr...................................... 1346

Determination of Psychoactive Mitragynine Drug in Suspected Kratom Species Collected from Various Geographical Areas

in the Philippines: A Pilot Study on Existing Local Plant Based New Psychoactive Substance (NPS)

Atty. Severino P. Uy, Jr, Shaila S. Seville, Jasmyne L. M. Jaranilla, Yvette K. S. Desamito, Reynalyn P. Barbacena, Ronald J. A. Narceda........1358

Establishing sequence of inkjet printer, laser printer and writing ink strokes using scanning electron microscopy (SEM)

Komal Saini, Rajshree Rathore, Ravinder Kaur, Tarun Sharma, Shabnam P. Kaur..................................................................................... 1367

Investigation of Kerosene Used as Fire Accelerant Remaining on Different Kinds of Fabrics

Abdulrhman M. Dhabbah............................................................................................................................................................................ 1373

Crime Scene Mapping using Differential GPS and Geospatial Techniques for Simulated Outdoor Crime Scenes

Puleno Kennao, Deepak Lal, Lav Kesharwani............................................................................................................................................ 1387

Pattern of Fatal Injuries due to Road Traf c Accidents in Khartoum, Sudan: A Retrospective Study

Rawan K. A. Salih........................................................................................................................................................................................ 1397

Sex Distinction in Digital Dermatoglyphic Patterns of Convicted Prisoners: A Comparative Cohort-Control Study

Maninder Kaur, Mankamal Kaur, Preet Kamal, Jatinder Kaur..................................................................................................................... 1403

Postmortem Toxicology Data of Autopsied Cases in the Northern Border Province, Saudi Arabia: A Six-Year Retrospective Study

Tarek Abdelraouf, Tarek Abdelraouf, Mohamed ElHafez, Amira Alshaman, Hanaa Mohamed AlZaheed, Ahmed Sha Alenezi............... 1412

Alcohol and Substance Abuse in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: A Hospital-based Survey

Abdulaziz A. Aldlgan, Israa J. Hakeem, Mohammed N. Alandes, Majidah M. Alfahmi............................................................................. 1421

Toothpaste Pattern: A Distinctive Feature of an 8 mm Bullet Fired through a Glass Target

Narayan P. Waghmare, Kulbhooshan Gupta, Jagdish Naik.......................................................................................................................... 1427

Forensic Examination of Counterfeit Indian Currency based on Unique Obscure High Security Features in New

Indian High Denomination Currency Note

Ritika Verma, Pookalangara N. Ramakrishna.............................................................................................................................................. 1433

A Study for Determination of Sex by Multidetector Computed Tomography of Sternum using Discriminant Function and Logistic Regression

Soumeek Chowdhuri, Priyam Roy, Arkadeep Dey, Saikat Das, Ritwik Ghosh........................................................................................... 1444

Legislative and judicial means against emerging crimes: The crime of money laundering as a model

Mousa Alqudah, Abdullah Rababah............................................................................................................................................................ 1478

Modern scientific means and criminal protection of the right to privacy (medical experience is a model

Hammoudi Mohammed............................................................................................................................................................................... 1491

Review Articles

Legal Background of Food Safety Violation Internationally and in Saudi Arabia

Samah Al Agha ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 1454

Case Report

A Battered Child or Electrocution?

Nabeel G. Hashim, Mohammed A. Mankhi, Muataz A. Al-Qazzaz............................................................................................................. 1463

Statistical Calculations in Case of Brother-Sister Incest

Nadia F. Salman, Hanan K. Mahmood, Eman A. Hussain.......................................................................................................................... 1467

Book Review

Reading in the book “Scientific Documentation: A Guide to Scientific Publishing

Mahmoud Shaker Saed................................................................................................................................................................................ 1499

Letter to the Editor

Commentary on: Attafi IM, Albeishy MY, Oraiby ME, Khardali IA, Shaikhain GA, Fageeh MM. Postmortem Distribution of Cathinone and

Cathine in Human Biological Specimens in a Case of Death Associated with Khat Chewing. Arab J Forensic Sci Forensic Med. 2018 Jun 7;1(7).

John M. Corkery, Fabrizio Schifano, Amira Guirguis................................................................................................................................. 1473




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26735/10.26735/16586794.2019.043

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