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| CRIM200 syllabus
|COURSE NUMBER: ||CRIM200|
|COURSE TITLE:||Introduction to Criminalistics|
|SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:||4|
|STUDENT ENGAGEMENT HOURS:|
|DELIVERY MODE:|| |
Emphasizes methods and procedures; crime scene protection and search; collection, preservation, and use of evidence.
Place into ENGL121
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Student development in the following areas:
1. Understanding the fundamentals of crime scene investigation.
2. Understanding evidence; types and collection of.
3. Familiarization with forensic science.
4. The development of proficient report writing techniques. TOPICAL OUTLINE:
1. General background of investigative work.
2. First office on the scene duties and responsibilities.
3. Proper examination of scene--
A. Protection Methods
B. Search Methods
C. Preservation Methods
4. Proper Recording and Collection of Evidence--
D. Specific types of evidence--
1. Blood, hair, fiber, etc.
5. Courtroom Presentation TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
, Prentice Hall, 9th edition.EVALUATION:
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