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Assignments - Forensics

September 4th

Who killed the Otzi the Iceman and Why?

After watching this video, you are asked to consider the evidence uncovered (literally) by scientists that points to this unsolved murder. Prepare some notes at home tonight that may help you organize your thoughts as you will be writing a short story in your journals (during class) tomorrow. What can you add to what scientists already speculate actually occurred? Use the following vocabulary terms in the writing of your short story and underline these terms when used in their appropriate context: autopsy, excavate, skeleton, homicide, investigation, forensic evidence.

October 6th

Fingerprint Analysis “Who Dunnit?”

Assignment Due: ATBOC Friday - October 10th

Information:
A theft and vandalism occurred in Mr. Krieble’s classroom over the past weekend. The suspects entered the storage rooms at the back of the class and what they did not damage, they stole prompting the Sammamish PD to respond and investigate. The officers on scene collected eight fingerprints left behind by the suspects and believing they are persons from a previous years’ class asked that the prints be examined for possible identification to any one of the 5 print cards downloaded from Mr. Krieble’s database. The cameras in the hallway have enabled the police to narrow the possible suspects identified to the 5 print cards provided.


Your task is to search the database samples (packet) to possibly identify the suspect(s) who committed this crime.
Who do the fingerprints belong to? One suspect, two, three, all?


Your 8 conclusions/sentences should be typed in a one page report using the following example format:
• “Suspect print #14 can be identified to the right ring finger of Database Card #1234.”
or…
• Suspect print #9 cannot be identified as belonging to any of the 5 suspects in the database provided.


If you have made a successful identification, you will be required to produce a “courtroom ready display” that compares a minimum of 12 total and 4 different minutia that correspond in both the database print and the print found at the crime scene.

Rubric/Weight(s):
8 conclusions resulting from an analysis of the crime scene prints = 8 pts each (64 points)
Courtroom Display: Correct analysis/comparison of minutia (24 points), Correct format and professional appearance (12 points)


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