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Garda Technical Bureau Detective Sergeant Kevin Brooks
Technical Bureau Fingerprints Earprints Criminal Records Photography Compufit Forensic Archaeology Documents Mapping Forensic Firearms Bombs Shoeprints Toolmarks Physical Fits Serial Number Restoration
Technical Bureau Scenes of Suspicious Deaths Rape Scenes Robberies Explosives Finds/Explosions Fire Scenes.
Divisional Crime Scene Investigation Unit Recent Development Ongoing project Training
Fire Investigation-Garda Crime Common Good Coroner
Fire Investigation Report First Member……………Report Arson/Undetermined/Fatal/large Divisional Team…….Assistance Technical Bureau Forensic Science Laboratory Report/Prosecution
Fire Investigation Approach Recording Witnesses CCTV Fire Brigade Services Physical Examination Investigation Skills Interviewing Techniques Law/Evidence/Procedure CSI Skills..Trace Fire Scene/Patterns/Contrast/In dicators Reports
Fire Investigation Figures/Stats Huge Difference between Fire Service and Gardai on Arsons Interagency Co-operation Training Meetings
Criminalistics Also known as Criminalistics The application of science to the law.
Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006
ORGANIZATION OF THE AMERICAN STATES First Meeting of Forensic Specialists of the Americas September 24 – 25, 2009 OAS Headquarters, Washington DC.
Forensic Techniques. Video CzZUY0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbwRW CzZUY0.
Introduction to Forensic Science & to the Law Chapter 1.
PROVINCIAL POLICE Ex. OPP & Surete du Quebec ABORIGINAL POLICE Used in conjunction with other forces to preserve culture. FEDERAL POLICE RCMP – all provinces.
Types of Evidence. 2 Classification of Evidence Testimonial evidence is a statement made under oath; also known as direct evidence or prima facie evidence.
The Canadian Integrated Ballistics Information Network (CIBIN)
#1 Task Determine if there is physical evidence that connects the suspect to the crime.Determine if there is physical evidence that connects the suspect.
Let the evidence speak for itself. Presentation developed by T. Trimpe 2006
Investigating the Crime Scene. First responder (usually a police officer) –Offers assistance to injured persons –Identifies witnesses and suspects –Identifies.
Evidence Chapters 3 & 8. Types of Evidence 2 types exist Testimonial Physical.
BTEC Application of Science Year 11 Unit 6 Health Applications of Life Science Unit 13 Investigating a Crime Scene.
Chapter 3: Physical Evidence Any tangible objects that can be collected from a crime scene.
29. Criminal Investigation - General TCLEOSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES.
Chapter 1 - Introduction Basics of Forensic Science.
Collection Notes Ms. Engle Forensics Class. Crime Scenes and Evidence As a crime scene investigator: – After a crime: First responder Give aid Interview.
1 MTS Security Report (William Burke) Safety, Training and Preparedness March 21, 2013.
Chapter 3 – Physical Evidence List the common types of physical evidence encountered at crime scenes List the common types of physical evidence encountered.
Bruce Livingston & Kathleen Elliott. Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward (2009) NAS Report NRC Report 2009 Report.
Magistrates court- Hear summary offences e.g.. Minor traffic offences, drink driving etc. Hear indictable offences triable summarily- e.g.. Handling stolen.
Presentation developed by T. Trimpe 2007
Dragon Fly. Forensic science technicians investigate crimes by analyzing physical evidence. They also prepare reports to document their findings and.
Welcome to Forensics Mr. Rizzo What is forensics Science? Use of the scientific method in the legal arena. The transfer of scientific techniques to aid.
Duties Of The First Responder Forensic Science Save Lives Determine Status of victims Request Emergency Medical Care Services.
T. Trimpe CSI Challenge #4 Name That Organization 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006
Forensic Science. What is Forensic Science? Forensic comes from the Latin word forensis. Forensic comes from the Latin word forensis. Meaning - for public.
Crime Scene Investigator By: Alejandro Rodriguez Careers Project October 05, 2009.
The National Commission on Forensic Science and the formation of the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) ABA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SECTION SIXTH.
The Crime Scene Chapter 2. Physical Evidence Encompasses any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been committed or can provide a link.
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