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T. Trimpe 2006 CSI Challenge #4 Name That Organization 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006

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1 T. Trimpe 2006

2 CSI Challenge #4 Name That Organization 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Monday T. Trimpe 2006

3 1. FBI 2. CIA 3. ATF 4. NYPD 5. NYFD 6. SS 7. CIS 8. CSI There are many organizations that work in criminal cases and investigations. Can you name the organizations with these acronyms?

4 The answers are FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigations 2. CIA – Central Intelligence Agency 3. ATF – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms 4. NYPD – New York Police Department 5. NYFD – New York Fire Department 6. SS – Secret Service 7. CIS – Criminal Information System 8. CSI – Crime Scene Investigator

5 Spot the Differences Garbage Guru 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Tuesday Source:

6 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Lawn or hill, steps, womans mouth, garbage can, can lid, fish

7 Case #4: Case of The Defaced Sidewalk 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Wednesday Source:

8 One Saturday morning Nina saw the three musketeers in the mall. Jenny, Brittany, and Mitzi called themselves by that name because they always were together. "I've been shopping for sandals," Jenny told Nina. "But I have such a wide foot nothing seems to fit. We've been looking everywhere." "And it's been slow going," Mitzi added. "On account of Brittany's-" "I know," Nina said looking at Brittany, "I heard you sprained your ankle in gym yesterday. Does it still hurt a lot?" "It's okay as long as I move really slowly," Brittany told her. "We're going to get ice cream at the Just Desserts Shop now. Want to join us?" "Better not, Nina said, Max is meeting me at home. See you later."

9 Nina was taking a short cut through Harborville's city park when she saw Mr. Hansen kneeling beside a new sidewalk. The city maintenance man frowned as she drew closer. "Somebody jumped right in the middle here while the cement was still wet," he said, pointing at two narrow footprints embedded in the concrete. "Now I'll have to rip out this section and re-do it. Sure can't leave the sidewalk looking like this!" "Any idea of who did it?" Nina asked. "A kid over there on the slide said that girls named Brittany, Mitzi, and Jenny were the only ones near here. But he doesn't know which one ruined my sidewalk." "I know who did it," Nina declared. How did Nina figure it out?

10 The footprints were narrow. Jenny had wide feet. Because of her sprained ankle, Brittany would not have jumped. Since Mitzi was the only one left, she had to be the guilty one.

11 Spot the Differences Hanging Around 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Thursday Source:

12 Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Answers: Girls sock, hole in fence, fly, dress, mouses tail, birds eye

13 Trivia Set #4 8 th Grade Forensic Science Week 4 - Friday T. Trimpe 2006

14 1.What is the function of the ridges on our fingers which create fingerprints? A. They enable us to grasp objects. B. They provide insulation for the tissues under the skin. C. They help us to identify individual human beings. 2. At what age do human beings acquire fingerprints? A. At three month's gestationC. At birth B. At six months gestationD. At three months of age 3. What is the minimum number of matching points required to identify an unknown latent print in the United States? A. 12 B. 16 C. 32 D. There is no minimum 4. In 1910, Thomas Jennings became the first person in the United States of America to be convicted on fingerprint evidence. What was his crime? A. Kidnapping B. Forgery C. Bootlegging D. Murder 5. Who was responsible for starting the first national fingerprint register in America in the 1920's? A. Herbert Hoover B. Calvin Coolidge C. J Edgar Hoover D. August Vollmer

15 1. What is the function of the ridges on our fingers which create fingerprints? A. They enable us to grasp objects. Scientists also believe that they may enhance our sense of touch. 2. At what age do human beings acquire fingerprints? A. At three month's gestation It is the slight difference in the womb environment that causes identical twins to be born with similar, but not identical, fingerprints. 3. What is the minimum number of matching points required to identify an unknown latent print in the United States? D. There is no minimum - There is no set number of minimum matching points required in the United States of America. The United Kingdom requires 16 points while Australia requires In 1910, Thomas Jennings became the first person in the United States of America to be convicted on fingerprint evidence. What was his crime? D. Murder 5. Who was responsible for starting the first national fingerprint register in America in the 1920's? C. J Edgar Hoover - He was director of the FBI for almost 48 years (1924 until his death in 1972). The FBI's fingerprint data base is the largest one in the world.


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