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Crime Scene Investigation The role of the crime scene investigator in a criminal investigation is to document, preserve, and collect evidence. It requires an extreme attention to detail and keen powers of observation. In this class students will learn how to document crime scenes through photography, note taking, and sketching. In addition students will learn how properly package evidence and maintain the chain of custody.

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Location : Vehicle Processing Center Location : 
  Vehicle Processing Center.

Cost: $20.00

Instructor : Chris Bily 

Start date: 04/08/17



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Forensic DNA 

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Forensic DNA Human beings inherent the information required to produce all of their characteristics in the form of DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid). A small portion of this DNA is remarkably different from person to person and can be used as a means of identification. In this class students will learn how to separate DNA, how to compare DNA from a crime scene or victim to a known suspect’s DNA, and how to calculate the probability of another person having the same DNA profile.

1160001

Location : Oglebay Hall Location : 
  Oglebay Hall.

Cost: $20.00

Instructor : Chris Bily 

Start date: 03/18/17



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You Crack the Case Utilizing the forensic science knowledge and skills that have been acquired over the course of the first 8 classes, participants will be presented with a mock crime scene in one of the houses in the Crime Scene Complex. They will collect evidence, analyze it, and make determinations based on their analysis. 

1160001

Location : Vehicle Processing Center Location : 
  Vehicle Processing Center.

Cost: $20.00

Instructor : Chris Bily 

Start date: 05/06/17



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