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CRJS 2225 - CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION
The role of the crime scene investigator will be examined. Topics will include: (1) the common types of hazards the investigator may be exposed to at the crime scene; (2) crime scene search methods and strategies; (3) crime scene photography methods and strategies; (4) crime scene sketching and demonstrative exhibits; (5) the recognition of objects possessing evidential value; (6) packaging and preserving evidence for subsequent laboratory examination; (7) crime scene reconstruction; and (8) the crime laboratory.

Lab
Description
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites CRJS 2225 / Lecture
Fees N/A
Credits 0.00
Credit Types Standard

Lecture
Description The role of the crime scene investigator will be examined. Topics will include: (1) The common types of hazards the investigator may be exposed to at the crime scene; (2) Crime scene search methods and strategies; (3) Crime scene photography methods and strategies; (4) Crime scene sketching and demonstrative exhibits; (5) The recognition of objects possessing evidential value; (6) Packaging and preserving evidence for subsequent laboratory examination; (7) Crime scene reconstruction; and (8) The crime laboratory.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites CRJS 2225 / Lab
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Standard

LL Lecture Lab
Description The role of the crime scene investigator will be examined. Topics will include: (1) the common types of hazards the investigator may be exposed to at the crime scene; (2) crime scene search methods and strategies; (3) crime scene photography methods and strategies; (4) crime scene sketching and demonstrative exhibits; (5) the recognition of objects possessing evidential value; (6) packaging and preserving evidence for subsequent laboratory examination; (7) crime scene reconstruction; and (8) the crime laboratory.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Standard

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