review for unit 4 test
different types of fingerprints and their characteristics, fingerprint development and the type of surface used as well as basic procedure, and the 3 fundamental fingerprint principles.
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UTM FSC239 Test 4
...is DNA the gold standard for forensic science? - It uses science from core disciplines, biological principles...What is circumstantial evidence? - All forensic science. #57. What two cases determined admissibility standards...
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Forensic Autopsy Cadaver Demonstration Vocabulary
...disease or injury that may be present #2. Forensics - pertains to legal matters and incorporates the science of pathology and death scene analysis, to determine a cause of death #3. Liver mortis - process...
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CRIME SCENES: PROCEDURES & DOCUMENTATION
#1. FIRST OFFICER(S) ON THE SCENE: - 1.Safety & Lifesaving measures. 2. Remove witnesses and suspects from scene. 3. Secure the crime scene and establish a perimeter. (Start scene log) 4. Begin co...
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Criminal Investigation and Laboratory Techniques
...effects on animals #3. What is Forensic Science - Application of Science to the Law #4. 1879 - Alphonse Bertillon...categories: - 1. Forensic Science 2. Specialists 3. Support #22. Forensic Science - Civilian departmental...
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