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Forensic Criminology Crime Scene Investigation
Crime scene Overview
Blood Blood spatter
Shell casing Gun
Hard drive Blood in a petri dish
Shoe print Shell casing
Shattered glass from window Blood in petri dish
Bloody shoe print
Overhead view 5 Points shots of victim Close range view
Toe to head Head to toe
Underside of body
Bullet wound Blood spatter
Stab wound Shoe print
Broken glass Gunshot through window
Bloody fingerprint Point of exit
Physical Evidence bsapp.com. Types of Analysis Comparison Comparison Visual Visual Microscopic Microscopic Chemical Chemical bsapp.com.
CSI Crime Scene Investigator. Job of a Crime Scene Investigator 1.Evaluate the Crime Scene 2.Reconstruct the crime 3.Find the evidence left at the crime.
Unit 2: Evidence 2.3 Class/Individual Evidence. Class vs Individual Physical evidence is broken into two main categories: Class Evidence: characteristics.
Crime Scene Investigation and Evidence Collection.
Drip 1: Blood dripping into itself from height of 1 m (8 drops) 38.
How blood falls or drips after an accident.
Someone with an Axe to Grind. Crime scene photo ABCDEFGHI
Photography in Forensics. Photography’s purpose in forensics Photographs of a crime scene may be used in court as evidence. Pictures provide a permanent.
Investigating the Murder of Jeremy Freiling Case # 26-MCC-114.
The Crime Scene bsapp.com. Approaching a Crime Scene bsapp.com.
PROCESSING EVIDENCE. Scene of Crime Officer S.O.C.O. S.O.C.O. an officer who gathers forensic evidence at the scene of a crime. an officer who gathers.
Types of Evidence bsapp.com. Documents Hand written Hand written Type or Printed Type or Printed Authenticity? Authenticity? bsapp.com.
Dr. Henry C. Lee Chief Emeritus, Connecticut State Police Professor, University of New Haven Director, Forensic Research Center New Investigative Techniques.
Foundation of Forensics Modus Operandi Corpus Delicti.
BLOOD SPATTER. BLOOD SPLATTER 1939—splatter patterns first analyzed Blood may splatter when a wound is inflicted Blood splatter pattern—a grouping of.
Evidence Chapters 3 & 8. Types of Evidence 2 types exist Testimonial Physical.
Blood spatter analysis. An adult human contains about 5 litres of blood. Loss of approx 30% blood volume (1.5 litres) through either internal or external.
Case # 26-MCC-114 Team 3 Ben Stein, Zach Stiscak, Marina de Sa Nogueira, Ashley Tarleton.
Solving the Mystery The key to any successful criminal investigation and prosecution is the quality of evidence obtained at the crime scene. The more.
The Crime Scene. Locard’s Principle Dr. Edmond Locard Dr. Edmond Locard Director of the world’s first forensic lab in France Director of the world’s.
Forensic Ballistics Introductory Notes. What is Forensic ballistics? Forensic ballistics attempts to establish the true facts in a shooting crime Forensic.
The Case of the Murdered Mayor Forensic Investigation.
Forensic Science Introduction to forensics. Learning outcomes Be able to describe a range of forensic methods Describe how SOCO’s avoid contaminating.
Create a hypothesis based on physical evidence, actions of the victims and suspects before, during and after a criminal event Duty for crime scene investigators.
Arriving at the Crime Scene Uniformed police usually arrive 1st. Uniformed police usually arrive 1st. 1. They must ensure safety of victims and surrounding.
Chapter 2: Types of Evidence. 1. Testimonial Evidence – statement made under oath by a competent witness Juries are heavily influenced by eyewitness accounts.
Blood Spatter Mrs. L. Fox. Bloodstain Formation Examining the pattern of the bloodstain can reveal The direction from which blood originated The angle.
Blood Spatter Jordan Ellis And Jakob Biddle. Forensic Science To solve most crimes and mysteries in today’s era, compelling evidence can not be gathered.
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. Crime Scene Reconstruction What can be determined: –Type of injury –Order of wounds –Type of weapon used –Assault & post.
Body Systems. LEANN FLETCHER Michael Fletcher was in the bathroom when he heard the gunshot. Fletcher ran out of the bathroom and found his wife, Leann,
CRIME SCENE RECONSTRUCTION: FORENSIC BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS Chapter 10.
Chapter 17. The study of bullets & firearms Ballistic evidence answers questions: Type of firearm used Caliber of bullet Number of bullets fired.
1.Casing- Shell casing of the bullet when the gun is fired 2.Fragment- a piece of a bullet. 3.Residue- Bullet holes or GSR (the gunshot residue) THREE.
Blood Spatter If a victim is violently attacked, the blood-spatter evidence can help investigators determine the position of the victim and the perpetrator.
Chapter 3 Physical Evidence. Any & all objects that: establish a crime link a crime to its victim link a crime to its perpetrator Must be recognized.
Crime Scene Investigation. Why this topic? Curiosity Possible Career Prior Knowledge.
Forensic Science Introduction. What is Forensic Science? Basic Definition: Science in the service of the law Basic Definition: Science in the service.
Identifying marks on Casings and GSR and Bullet Wounds.
Crime Scene Documentation 1.1 Explaining how to search, sketch, and record data from a crime scene.
Physical Evidence. Examples shown are possible evidence that may be found and collected at the crime scene, but are NOT all inclusive.
Chapter 4 Physical Evidence. © 2009 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Distinguish between class and individual characteristics.
CSI vs. “CSI” 1. How is real CSI similar to TV CSI? 2. How is real CSI different from TV CSI? 3. Does real CSI typically handle an entire case from start.
Glass as Evidence. Unit Overview Most often the composition of glass is unique and therefore identifiable.Most often the composition of glass is unique.
Forensic Science Ms. Maglothin A2 Tech High School.
The Crime Scene. Catalyst 10/1/13 Question: Differentiate between class and individual evidence. Question: Differentiate between class and individual.
Forensics Falconer Central School Ellicott Police Department Chautauqua County Sheriff Department Falconer Central School Ellicott Police Department Chautauqua.
By: Logan Wilson. Forensics is a science dedicated to the methodical gathering and analysis of evidence to establish facts that can be presented in.
Evidence Evidence. Direct Vs. Circumstantial Evidence Direct evidence is testimony or other proof which expressly or straight-forwardly proves the existence.
Crime Scene Photography by Professor Bob Warnock and Jerry Dambrogio.
Locard’s Exchange Principle “When a person comes into contact with an object or another person, a cross- transfer of physical evidence can occur.”
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