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WHAT WE DO AND HOW WE DO IT NICOLA O’LOUGHLIN
About CSI We are civilians We are trained to a common UK standard We attend anything suspicious 58 operational force wide 10 based in South Gloucestershire
Fingerprints Primary source of evidence Not necessarily the best!! Can be recovered from almost anything Best from smooth shiny surfaces Cannot be dated
Footwear As individual as fingerprints Conclusive evidence Not just soles Recovery potential at almost every scene Brilliant for intelligence
Tools Most crime scenes involve a tool… Screwdrivers, crowbars, garden implements Tool marks can be cast and compared Conclusive evidence Also useful for DNA
DNA Can come in many forms Saliva Blood Hair Sperm Sweat Unique to all Usually not visible Very easy to contaminate
Crime Prevention Lock doors and windows If you have an alarm, use it! Don’t leave empty boxes outside Use timer switches Use your neighbours Don’t advertise your absence
Something funny… The lighter side of crime… Burglar uses Face book during burglary… Burglar leaves his mobile behind… Burglar gets stuck in window…
Burglar gets stuck in window
Housebreaking (a presentation by MCPF Penang)
A Burglar Alarm. The idea of an intruder alarm is to simply try and deter a potential burglary occurring at your premises, and to an extent it works.
Footwear Evidence. Objectives: What is footwear evidence? How is it involved in crime scenes? How is it collected? How is it analyzed?
Tool Marks and Impressions
September 29, How can footwear evidence be used to solve crimes? Identification of a suspect (more on this later!) Number of perpetrators
DNA is found in all living things. Skin cells Hair follicles Sperm cells Basically any cell in your body, except for red blood cells, which do not have.
Crime prevention there is a thief about lets keep him out!!!! A slide show made by the JPCSO’s.
The Crime Scene. Principle of Exchange Dr. Edmond Locard, director of the world’s first forensic lab (1910, Lyon, France), established the idea of the.
Forensic Evidence In it’s infancy…. Introduction Today the modern police force takes for granted many of the forensic science techniques used to catch.
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Tool Marks. What are tool marks? What are tool marks? How can tool marks help make a case? How can tool marks help make a case? If you and I own identical.
Something to Think About
Photography in Forensics. Photography’s purpose in forensics Photographs of a crime scene may be used in court as evidence. Pictures provide a permanent.
1 Book Cover Here Chapter 20 BURGLARY Criminal Investigation: A Method for Reconstructing the Past, 7 th Edition Copyright © 2014, Elsevier Inc. All Rights.
Imprint Evidence. 1)A 3D impression is a laser-imaging system that provides pictures in three dimensions of target objects using a technique known as.
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Arriving at the Crime Scene Uniformed police usually arrive 1st. Uniformed police usually arrive 1st. 1. They must ensure safety of victims and surrounding.
Burglary Prevention MORRISVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Foundation of Forensics Modus Operandi Corpus Delicti.
Physical and biological evidence. Evidence can be classified as Physical or Biological. Physical evidence usually comes from a non-living origin and includes.
Arriving at a “Crime Scene”—the location where an offense takes place is referred to as the crime scene.
Physical Evidence. Class characteristics: Evidence can only be associated with a group and not a unique source Individual characteristics: Evidence can.
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So you have a crime scene… Goal: Attain physical evidence Goal: Attain physical evidence Secure the area Secure the area Record scene Record scene Rough.
Keep your neighborhood safe. Where do you live? a house an apartment a condominium.
Technology Interactions ‹ Chapter Title Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill A Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Technology Interactions Modern forensics.
Crime Scene Suspect H The crime scene fingerprint is a(n) _________. Suspect ______ fingerprint is also a ____________. The crime scene and the suspect’s.
Identifying & Collecting Physical Evidence
Criminalistics, 10e Richard Saferstein © 2011, 2007, 2004, 2001, 1998, 1995 Pearson Higher Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ All Rights.
Impressions. Impressions are created when… one object is pressed against another material with enough force to leave an impression or imprint of the object.
Partners National Sheriffs Association Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.
Forensic Science: Fundamentals & Investigations, Chapter 15 1 Chapter 15 Cast and Impressions By the end of this chapter you will be able to: distinguish.
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Impression evidence can be defined as objects or materials that have retained the characteristics of other objects through direct contact. Impressions.
Stolen Painting. An oil painting by John Lopez-Smith was stolen from Tredegar house at the weekend. A window was broken as the point of entry. Footprints.
AJ 104 Crime Scene Evidence, Experiments, and Models.
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Prevent Crime In Your Neighborhood Writing a paragraph.
Tool Marks and Impressions. Tool Manufacturing When tools are made, during the manufacturing process imperfections are left on the tools’ surface.
Mystery Unit. Mystery Vocabulary Define all of the following words. Then compose a sentence for each word. Finally, draw an illustration of your sentence.
Forensic Science Introduction to forensics. Learning outcomes Be able to describe a range of forensic methods Describe how SOCO’s avoid contaminating.
Hair and Fibers.
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There was a computer theft at our school! The thief had managed to get in through the window!
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