Autopsy of a crime scene
Autopsy of a Crime Scene
1. Which technique is the best choice when blood is found at a crime scene? In the genetics laboratory (under "resources" at the bottom of the window), who is one individual that contributed to modern genetic analysis? What did this person contribute? * The best choice of a technique when blood is found at a crime scene is taking samples. In the genetics laboratory the person who contributes to modern genetic analysis is the crime scene technician. This person makes the crime scene freeze. 2. How are computers used in fingerprint analysis?
* Computers are used in fingerprint analysis because they scan the fingerprints found and they see if they can find the exact match on the computer. 3. Who is a pioneer in fingerprint analysis? Describe a famous case that this person was involved in. * A pioneer in fingerprint analysis is Edward Foster. A famous case he was once involved in was “Caution! Fresh Paint.” It was about fingerprints that were left in wet paint next to the murder victim. 4. What is the role of the forensic chemist in crime scene investigation? * The role of the forensic chemist in a crime scene investigation is that they analyze chemicals, organic and inorganic samples. They identify components using many tests. 5. Who helped pioneer forensic chemistry? Describe one of her famous cases. * France Mc.Gill helped pioneer forensic chemistry. One of her famous cases was about she found a strong poison in two elders muffins and it killed them. Turns out it was the granddaughter, her intent was to give them to her dad. 6. In the ballistics laboratory, what is the water tank used for? Describe the analysis. * In the ballistics laboratory the water tank is used to determine if a bullet found at the crime scene actually came from the suspect’s weapon. They have to use another bullet from the same gun. They shoot it into a water tank and it slows it down and...
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