The crime scene investigator team you shadowed last week is on the move again with a new call. Now you will incorporate what you learned last week with the new information learned this week. Your team was instructed to collect the physical evidence at a crime scene.
Arriving at the crime scene, your team observes the following:
- Shell casings
- Bloody fingerprints
- Drug paraphernalia
Write a 700- to 1,050-word crime scene report, completing the following:
- Identify additional types of physical evidence the team may have encountered at the crime scene and their significance.
- Describe the preservation and collection of the evidence.
- Offer explanations for your selected methods for packaging the evidence.
Cite any original sources used in writing your report.
Identify the preservation and collection of the various types of biological evidence, including challenges involved with the collection of DNA evidence. In a minimum of 175 words, discuss whether private security should be given access to forensic scientific methods inclusive of DNA tracking.
Complete the Crime Scene Biological Evidence Worksheet.
Submit your assignment.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
- This week you are introduced to a conceptual approach to understanding numbers and basic mathematical operations. Many of this weeks concepts may be presented differently than you remember from grade school, because the way foundational mathematics are taught has changed in the last few decades. This course uses newer and more effective instructional approaches. Choose a topic from the readings this week. Compare and contrast how you first learned about that topic with the way it is presented in this weeks materials. What did you learn that you may not have expected? Give an example of how you can apply what you learned to a situation outside the classroom.
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