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  • Crime Scene Needs
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    Crime Scene Processing & Investigating Presented to Crown College in Partial Fulfillment of Criminal InvestigationbyHarley CaudellFeb 25th 2005 Page 1 Throughout the course of this paper I am going to talk about crime scene investigating, as well as, crime scene processing. I will talk about what a crime scene is what makes it a crime scene. That happens at a crime scene, also, what to look for at a crime scene. I will talk about who is involved in processing a crime scene and when or if other j...
  • Forensic Investigation Of The Scene
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    Megan Malone CRJ U 235 TR 12: 30-1: 45 12-09-99 Forensic Science and Investigations The word forensic basically means the key to solve a crime. Science is the technology used to help forensic teams to analyze and solve crimes. What can look obvious to the naked eye could actually be a whole other story. Hair samples can determine many things about a person or animal when collected from forensics. There are many job opportunities with a good salary and many openings within the job. This paper wil...
  • Photographs Of The Crime Scene
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    Gathering evidence There are many different things to gather information from in a crime scene. One of the main things evidence is gathered from is guns and other firearms. This method is called bullet matching. When a bullet is fired from a gun, there are tiny microscopic scratches left on the bullet. Every gun is completely unique, and no two guns leave the exact same pattern on the bullet. Forensic scientists then fire a bullet, and compare it to the one found at the crime scene. If the two b...
  • Physical Evidence At The Crime Scene
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    The word Forensic comes from the Latin foren sus, meaning of the forum. 1 In ancient Rome, the forum was where lawmaking debates were held, but it was also where trials were held just like modern day courthouses. From that, forensic science has come to mean the application of the natural and physical science to the motion of matters within a legal context 2. Forensic Science can be viewed as a tripartite structure consisting of a Collection, which pertains to the science investigation, Examinati...
  • Physical Evidence At The Crime Scene
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    The word "Forensic" is derived from the Latin foren sus, meaning "of the forum". 1 In ancient Rome, the forum was where governmental debates were held, but it was also where trials were held - the court house. From that, forensic science has come to mean the application of the natural and physical science to the resolution of matters within a legal context 2. Forensic Science can be viewed as a tripartite structure consisting of 1. Collection: which pertains to the science investigation, 2. Exam...
  • Physical Evidence At The Scene
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    It is very important that all evidence collected at a crime scene is done correctly. If the investigators make a one little mistake in the collection of evidence, the suspects defense team will try to make sure that mistake will be the cause of the evidence to be suppressed. With that said, investigators need to make sure all evidence collected is bagged and labeled in the right manner. This process starts once the first officer arrives at the scene. Once the first officer arrives at the scene h...
  • Important As The Crime Scene
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    Street Crime Investigations From 1992 to 1996 I was assigned to the 109 precinct and the Queens North Task Force in Flushing, Queens. During this period of time I received numerous hours of formal classroom training as well as hands on experience in the field. While assigned in the 109 pct. I worked in the Anti-Crime Unit, Q NTF Larceny Unit which is also a street crime unit. This report will demonstrate what I have learned in the street as well as in the classroom. Below I have outlined six top...
  • Use Of Botanical Identification In Forensic Work
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    Forensics is defined as the application of science to interpret clues for crime investigation. The earliest forensic scientists were physicians who were called upon to give an opinion as to the cause of death in individuals. Now most of the forensic scientists are investigators that pick up clues at the crim scene. Because criminals often are not the brightest people on the planet they often do not plan out a burglary or theft and carelessly leave behind district clues that allow an investigator...
  • Crime Scene In Terms Of Human Behavior
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    The process of criminal profiling as it pertains to serial killers is extremely interesting and much more common than one would first think. This study deals with the research into the developmental and psychological approaches to serial killers. In the process of studying these offenders, researchers have discovered that crime scene manifestations of behavioral patterns enabled the investigators to discover much about the offender (Jones The Process of Criminal Profiling When Applied To A Seria...
  • Crime Scene
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    When this assignment was given, I started thinking of the catalog of movies in my head and what would best fit into this paper. After some deliberation I decided upon one of my favorite cult classic films, "The Boondock Saints" by up and coming Irish director Troy Duffy. A film, which captures the audience from the first scene all the way until the stunning conclusion. In this paper I will attempt to show how this film brings the viewer in, holds them, and meets all the elements of what a classi...
  • Forensic Photography And Crime Scene
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    Forensic Science Forensic Science is the application of chemistry to the investigation of crime. It includes firearms and toolmark identification, forensic psychiatry and profiling, questioned document examination, criminal law, personal identification, forensic photography and crime scene processing. They analyze things like hair, fiber, body fluids, bullets, paint, soil, glass, shoe impressions, fingerprints, drugs, and plant material. Their work is not only limited to crimes against individua...

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