Crime Scene Investigation at ALC- A case of Deductive Reasoning

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton. Photos by Natalie Grant

The Medical Forensics classes were involved in a crime scene that happened at the ALC. The classes worked hard to come up with a scenario, stage the evidence and then investigate the crime using all of the techniques they have learned this past semester.  It is very important to make sure that when investigating a crime scene, you as the medical forensic, do not miss any of the important facts that have been left behind by the person who committed the crime. A small tiny fact missed could mean a killer could walk away.

Crime scene investigations refer to science used in determining facts during legal proceedings. The goals and objectives of a crime scene investigations unit are the collections, preservation, packaging, transportation, and documentation of physical evidence left at the crime scene. 

Ms. Grant has once again done an amazing job of giving these students the knowledge and opportunity through hands-on activities to really know their stuff.

Good Luck student, We hope you can solve this case.

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