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Forensics 9-1-1 - Basics of Forensic Criminal Investigation

Course Code: CRIM1402P
Credits: 3

This course is designed to introduce the candidate to the basic theories of the different types of forensic evidence. Although it is designed as a primer for students participating in the Police Foundations and Law and Security Administration Programs, the course is also intended as a resource for members of the law enforcement, legal, communications and creative writing communities. The theories of identification, fingerprinting, crime scene management, laboratory resources, DNA evidence and forensic art will be discussed. The student will be taught to recognize the value of fingerprints and DNA as means of solving crime. They will also be taught to recognize the value of varied types of other trace forensic evidence also found at crime scenes.



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