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Slide 2: How observant are you? Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Penny Challenge Slide 3: Which is the correct penny?NOTE: You cannot look at a real penny! Slide 4: Answer Slide 5: Balloon Rally Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 6: Find the 11 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/ballon-spot-the-difference.jpg Slide 7: The answers are … Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/ballon-spot-the-difference.jpg Slide 8: Scrambled Words Forensic Science Set #1 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 9: Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. 1. lobod 2. micer encse 3. srnoa 4. redrum 5. tnirpooft HINT: The underlined letters are the first letters of the words. Slide 10: 1. lobod 2. micer encse 3. srnoa 4. redrum 5. tnirpooft The answers are ... BLOOD ARSON CRIME SCENE FOOTPRINT MURDER Slide 11: Name That Scientist Grade Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 12: There are many different types of scientists that work in criminal cases. Can you identify each scientist? __ 1. Examines body tissues to determine cause of death __ 2. Analyzes dental records and dental work __ 3. Analyzes botanical (plant) evidence __ 4. Analyzes skeletal remains __ 5. Provides personality profiles based on evidence __ 6. Analyzes blood evidence Slide 13: __ 1. Examines body tissues to determine cause of death __ 2. Analyzes dental records and dental work __ 3. Analyzes botanical (plant) evidence __ 4. Analyzes skeletal remains __ 5. Provides personality profiles based on evidence __ 6. Analyzes blood evidence The answers are ... D C B A E F Slide 14: Mystery Pictures Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 15: Can you identify the mystery items? All the items are associated with crime scene investigations. #1 #2 #3 #4 Slide 16: The answers are … #1 #2 #3 #4 Slide 17: Chocolate Challenge Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 18: Find the 12 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/chocolate-puzzle.jpg Slide 19: The answers are … Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/chocolate-puzzle.jpg Slide 20: Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 21: 1. Ted Bundy was an American serial killer who was convicted on the basis of which type of forensic evidence? A. Bite marks C. DNA fingerprinting B. Latent fingerprints D. Ballistics 2. The time of death can be calculated by various means. One is rigor mortis, Latin for 'the stiffness of death'. Another indication is livor mortis or lividity. What does this term refer to? A. Cloudiness in the eyes B. Gravitational pooling of blood C. Degree of digestion of stomach contents D. Relaxation of muscles following to rigor mortis 3. When attempting to identify a skeleton, craniofacial morphology (the structure and form of the skull and face) is the best indicator of race. One group of human beings has a unique, rounded jaw bone which is called a 'rocker jaw'. This is a characteristic of which ethnic group? A. Australian Aborigines C. African Americans B. Chinese D. Hawaiians Questions Slide 22: 1. Ted Bundy was an American serial killer who was convicted on the basis of which type of forensic evidence? A. Bite marks C. DNA fingerprinting B. Latent fingerprints D. Ballistics 2. The time of death can be calculated by various means. One is rigor mortis, Latin for 'the stiffness of death'. Another indication is livor mortis or lividity. What does this term refer to? A. Cloudiness in the eyes B. Gravitational pooling of blood C. Degree of digestion of stomach contents D. Relaxation of muscles following to rigor mortis 3. When attempting to identify a skeleton, craniofacial morphology (the structure and form of the skull and face) is the best indicator of race. One group of human beings has a unique, rounded jaw bone which is called a 'rocker jaw'. This is a characteristic of which ethnic group? A. Australian Aborigines C. African Americans B. Chinese D. Hawaiians Answers Slide 23: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360Drug Testing What is it? Slide 24: 1. What kit do investigators use to identify a type of drug?A. Mark II B. Nark II C. Dark II 2. True or False?Investigators taste a drug sample to identify what it is. 3. What color would morphine or heroin turn after the reaction?A. Black B. Brown C. Purple 4. How long did the investigator have to agitate the sample?A. 12 seconds B. 20 seconds C. 60 seconds 5. What type of drug was the test sample? A. Morphine or Heroin B. Ecstasy C. Amphetamine or Meth Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 25: 1. What kit do investigators use to identify a type of drug?A. Mark II B. Nark II C. Dark II 2. True or False?Investigators taste a drug sample to identify what it is. 3. What color would morphine or heroin turn after the reaction?A. Black B. Brown C. Purple 4. How long did the investigator have to agitate the sample?A. 12 seconds B. 20 seconds C. 60 seconds 5. What type of drug was the test sample? A. Morphine or Heroin B. Ecstasy C. Amphetamine or Meth The answers are … Slide 26: Name That Organization Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 27: There are many organizations that work in criminal cases and investigations. Can you name the organizations with these acronyms? FBI CIA ATF NYPD Slide 28: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms The answers are ... FBI CIA ATF NYPD Federal Bureau of Investigations Central Intelligence Agency New York Police Department Slide 29: Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 30: 1. In Knoxville, Tennessee, there is a research facility, popularly known as 'the Body Farm', where research is conducted into the nature of human decomposition and the factors which affect the rate at which it occurs. Who was responsible for the creation of this facility? A. Ernest T Bass B. Gil Grissom C. Bill Clinton D. William Bass 2. What is studied in forensic palynology? Pollens and spores C. Soils B. Dust D. Fossilized micro-organisms 3. If you know what to look for, you can tell a male from a female skull. Which of the following statements is FALSE about a male skull? A. It is usually larger. C. It has a heavier jaw. B. It has a more prominent brow ridge. D. It has a more rounded chin. Questions 4. In October 1974 part of a male torso was found floating in the River Thames in England. Several parts, including the head and hands, were missing so police could not use the usual methods of fingerprints, facial features and dental records to identify the corpse. How was it eventually identified? A. Presence of gallstones C. Skeletal characteristics on x-rays B. Blood type D. All the choices are correct. Slide 31: 1. In Knoxville, Tennessee, there is a research facility, popularly known as 'the Body Farm', where research is conducted into the nature of human decomposition and the factors which affect the rate at which it occurs. Who was responsible for the creation of this facility? A. Ernest T Bass B. Gil Grissom C. Bill Clinton D. William Bass 2. What is studied in forensic palynology? Pollens and spores C. Soils B. Dust D. Fossilized micro-organisms 3. If you know what to look for, you can tell a male from a female skull. Which of the following statements is FALSE about a male skull? A. It is usually larger. C. It has a heavier jaw. B. It has a more prominent brow ridge. D. It has a more rounded chin. Answers 4. In October 1974 part of a male torso was found floating in the River Thames in England. Several parts, including the head and hands, were missing so police could not use the usual methods of fingerprints, facial features and dental records to identify the corpse. How was it eventually identified? A. Presence of gallstones C. Skeletal characteristics on x-rays B. Blood type D. All the choices are correct. Slide 32: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ How Stuff WorksDr. G Toxicology Video Toxicology 101 Slide 33: 1. When are samples taken for a toxicology screen?A. At the crime scene B. At the morgue C. After the autopsy 2. What body fluid do they test for alcohol, glucose, and other drugs? A. Blood B. Hair samples C. Saliva 3. What organs do they often taken fluid from for testing?A. Lungs B. Bones C. Eyes 4. What type of scientist is Dr. G?A. Forensic technician B. Medical Examiner C. Crime Scene Investigator Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 34: 1. When are samples taken for a toxicology screen?A. At the crime scene B. At the morgue C. After the autopsy 2. What body fluid do they test for alcohol, glucose, and other drugs? A. Blood B. Hair samples C. Saliva 3. What organs do they often taken fluid from for testing?A. Lungs B. Bones C. Eyes 4. What type of scientist is Dr. G?A. Forensic technician B. Medical Examiner C. Crime Scene Investigator The answers are … Slide 35: Lecture Time Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 36: Find the 9 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/class800px9.jpg Slide 37: The answers are … Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/class800px9.jpg Slide 38: Name That Scientist Forensic Science Set #2 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 39: There are many different types of scientists that work in criminal cases. Can you identify each scientist? A. Chemist B. Entomologist C. Geologist __ 1. Works with X-rays __ 2. Use insects to determine time of death __ 3. Examines soil samples __ 4. Work with climatic conditions __ 5. Analyzes paint, glass, and residues __ 6. Analyzes blood and body tissues for evidence of drugs and poisons D. Meteorologist E. Radiologist F. Toxicologist Slide 40: The answers are ... A. Chemist B. Entomologist C. Geologist __ 1. Works with X-rays __ 2. Use insects to determine time of death __ 3. Examines soil samples __ 4. Work with climatic conditions __ 5. Analyzes paint, glass, and residues __ 6. Analyzes blood and body tissues for evidence of drugs and poisons D. Meteorologist E. Radiologist F. Toxicologist E B C D A F Slide 41: Scrambled Words Forensic Science Set #2 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 42: 1. ginarvetosti 2. gpferinintr 3. dicanetc 4. ewtesynies 5. elektosn HINT: The underlined letters are the first letters of the words. Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. Slide 43: The answers are ... INVESTIGATOR ACCIDENT FINGERPRINT SKELETON EYEWITNESS 1. ginarvetosti 2. gpferinintr 3. dicanetc 4. ewtesynies 5. elektosn Slide 44: Name That Organization Forensic Science Set #2 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 45: LVFD SS ICPO CSI There are many organizations that work in criminal cases and investigations. Can you name the organizations with these acronyms? Slide 46: Secret Service The answers are ... LVFD SS ICPO CSI Las Vegas Fire Department Crime Scene Investigator International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Slide 47: Long Hall Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 48: Find the 9 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/hall1.jpg Slide 49: The answers are … Source: http://www.smart-kit.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/hall1.jpg Slide 50: Scrambled Words Forensic Science Set #3 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 51: 1. ginainvetosti 2. munilol 3. mitciv 4. curot 5. netdal corerd HINT: The underlined letters are the first letters of the words. Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. Slide 52: The answers are ... INVESTIGATION VICTIM LUMINOL WHORL COURT 1. ginainvetosti 2. munilol 3. mitciv 4. curot 5. netdal corerd Slide 53: Buggy Evidence T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360Forensic Entomology Slide 54: 1. What does a forensic entomologist study?A. Worms B. Insects C. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of deathB. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a fly’s life cycle are maggots?A. Adult B. Pupa C. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. Plants B. Animals C. Fungi Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 55: 1. What does a forensic entomologist study?A. Worms B. Insects C. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of deathB. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a fly’s life cycle are maggots?A. Adult B. Pupa C. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. Plants B. Animals C. Fungi The answers are … Slide 56: Forensic Science Set #3 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 57: 1. What is the name given to the study of fingerprints? A. Dactyloscopy B. Palynology C. Entomology D. Trichology 2. What causes fingerprints to be left behind when we touch things? A. Salt produced by our sweat glands C. Moisture in the atmosphere B. Natural oils in the skin D. Dust on the things we touch 3. Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 basic types of fingerprint patterns? A. Loops B. Whorls C. Arches D. Spirals Questions 4. Which animal is said to have fingerprints virtually indistinguishable from those of human beings? A. Panda B. raccoon C. koala D. lemur 5. Who is generally recognized as being the first person to use fingerprints as a means of identification? A. Alphonse Bertillon C. Dr Henry Faulds B. Sir William Herschel D. Sir Edward Henry Slide 58: 1. What is the name given to the study of fingerprints? A. Dactyloscopy B. Palynology C. Entomology D. Trichology 2. What causes fingerprints to be left behind when we touch things? A. Salt produced by our sweat glands C. Moisture in the atmosphere B. Natural oils in the skin D. Dust on the things we touch 3. Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 basic types of fingerprint patterns? A. Loops B. Whorls C. Arches D. Spirals Answers 4. Which animal is said to have fingerprints virtually indistinguishable from those of human beings? A. panda B. raccoon C. koala D. lemur 5. Who is generally recognized as being the first person to use fingerprints as a means of identification? A. Alphonse Bertillon C. Dr Henry Faulds B. Sir William Herschel D. Sir Edward Henry Slide 59: Scrambled Words Forensic Science Set #4 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ CSI Challenge Slide 60: 1. lobod pyet 2. cimrinla 3. olpcie 4. erdisue 5. howrl HINT: The underlined letters are the first letters of the words. Unscramble each set of letters to reveal a forensic science term. Slide 61: The answers are ... BLOOD TYPE POLICE CRIMINAL WHORL RESIDUE 1. lobod pyet 2. cimrinla 3. olpcie 4. erdisue 5. howrl Slide 62: Soda Time Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 63: Find the 7 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_ft3_uLg4mmQ/RoBui7mA7LI/AAAAAAAAACY/j7ya0tyPzds/s1600-h/Puzzle.jpg Slide 64: The answers are … Source: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_ft3_uLg4mmQ/RoBui7mA7LI/AAAAAAAAACY/j7ya0tyPzds/s1600-h/Puzzle.jpg Slide 65: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360 Fugitive Apprehension Crime Busters Slide 66: 1. Where does the detective work?A. Richmond, VA B. New York, NY C. Chicago, IL 2. How long as he been with the Fugitive Task Force?A. 2 years B. 4 years C. 6 years 3. What does he do as part of the Fugitive Task Force? A. Investigates crimes committed by past criminalsB. Gets the warrants for the homicide detectivesC. Locates and apprehends people who have warrants 4. Which of the following criminals would he not take into custody?A. Murderers B. Arsonists C. Parking Violators 5. True or False?They assume people will be cooperative when they are taken into custody. Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 67: 1. Where does the detective work?A. Richmond, VA B. New York, NY C. Chicago, IL 2. How long as he been with the Fugitive Task Force?A. 2 years B. 4 years C. 6 years 3. What does he do as part of the Fugitive Task Force? A. Investigates crimes committed by past criminalsB. Gets the warrants for the homicide detectivesC. Locates and apprehends people who have warrants 4. Which of the following criminals would he not take into custody?A. Murderers B. Arsonists C. Parking Violators 5. True or False?They assume people will be cooperative when they are taken into custody. The answers are … Slide 68: Forensic Science Set #4 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 69: Questions Slide 70: Answers Slide 71: Golden Treasure Forensic ScienceT. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Spot the Differences Slide 72: Find the 6 differences between the two pictures. Source: http://www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/index.html Slide 73: The answers are … Source: http://www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/index.html Slide 74: Forensic Science Set #5 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 75: 1. What does the term "forensic" mean in Latin? A. Before the forum B. Beside the forum C. After the forum D. For the forum 2. In forensics, criminologists use AFIS to search an online database for fingerprint matches. What does AFIS stand for? A. Automated Footprint Identification System B. Actual Fingerprint Identification System C. Automated Fingerprint Identification System D. Auto Fingerprint Intelligence System Questions 3. There are two types of wounds people can get when they are shot. What are they? A. Entry wound, Exit wound C. Valid wound, Invalid wound B. Big wound, Small wound D. Enter wound, Exit wound 4. This chemical can be used to detect blood, even if it's been wiped from a surface. A. Ninhydrin B. Luminol C. CO2 D. Cyanide Slide 76: 1. What does the term "forensic" mean in Latin? A. Before the forum B. Beside the forum C. After the forum D. For the forum 2. In forensics, criminologists use AFIS to search an online database for fingerprint matches. What does AFIS stand for? A. Automated Footprint Identification System B. Actual Fingerprint Identification System C. Automated Fingerprint Identification System D. Auto Fingerprint Intelligence System Answers 3. There are two types of wounds people can get when they are shot. What are they? A. Entry wound, Exit wound C. Valid wound, Invalid wound B. Big wound, Small wound D. Enter wound, Exit wound 4. This chemical can be used to detect blood, even if it's been wiped from a surface. A. Ninhydrin B. Luminol C. CO2 D. Cyanide Slide 77: Forensic Science Set #6 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 78: What do we call the study of gunshots and bullets? A. Ammunitions B. Ballistics C. Projectiles D. Bang 2. What does the abbreviation GSR refer to in forensic science? General Scene Reference C. Gold Spectrum Results B. Gunshot Residue D. General Survey Results Questions 3. True or False: A fingerprint brush uses lion's mane hair. 4. What is involuntary manslaughter? A. Killing someone on purpose. B. Killing somebody cause you feel like it. C. Killing someone because you're jealous. D. Killing someone without meaning to. Slide 79: What do we call the study of gunshots and bullets? A. Ammunitions B. Ballistics C. Projectiles D. Bang 2. What does the abbreviation GSR refer to in forensic science? General Scene Reference C. Gold Spectrum Results B. Gunshot Residue D. General Survey Results Answers 3. True or False: A fingerprint brush uses lion's mane hair. 4. What is involuntary manslaughter? A. Killing someone on purpose. B. Killing somebody cause you feel like it. C. Killing someone because you're jealous. D. Killing someone without meaning to. Slide 80: Micro Evidence T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360SEM Slide 81: 1. Where was the metal fragment found?A. On a shirt B. On a shoe C. On a pair of pants 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: The scanning electron microscope can ____________ a very small sample and determine what materials make it up. 3. How does the special microscope work? A. It creates an image with a beam of electrons.B. It creates an image using lights and mirrors. C. It creates an image by taking a digital image and enlarging it. 4. What type of metal was the fragment?A. Lead B. Aluminum C. Steel Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 82: 1. Where was the metal fragment found?A. On a shirt B. On a shoe C. On a pair of pants 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: The scanning electron microscope can ____________ a very small sample and determine what it materials make it up. 3. How does the special microscope work? A. It creates an image using a beam of electrons.B. It creates an image using lights and mirrors. C. It creates an image by taking a digital image and enlarging it. 4. What type of metal was the fragment?A. Lead B. Aluminum C. Steel The answers are … magnify Slide 83: Forensic Science Set #7 T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Trivia Challenge Slide 84: Questions 3. When identifying victims of disasters, such as plane and train crashes, approximately 93 percent of identifications are made on the basis of which characteristic? A. Skeletal characteristics C. DNA analysis B. Dental records D. Personal effects 4. When two objects touch, there is a transfer of material from one to the other. This trace evidence is the basis of forensic science. What is the idea known as? A. Murphy's Law of Contact C. Locard's Principle B. Forensic Law D. Bertillon's Principle of Transference 1. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic material in our cells which controls heredity. Which of the following statements is not true? A. DNA can show a person's gender but not their age or race. B. Only identical twins will have identical DNA. C. Red blood cells are the best source of DNA. 2. Sir Alec Jeffreys developed the first DNA profiling test. Its first use to solve a crime occurred in England. In which year did this occur? A. 1967 B. 1974 C. 1986 D. 1995 Slide 85: 2. Sir Alec Jeffreys developed the first DNA profiling test. Its first use to solve a crime occurred in England. In which year did this occur? A. 1967 B. 1974 C. 1986 D. 1995 3. When identifying victims of disasters, such as plane and train crashes, approximately 93 percent of identifications are made on the basis of which characteristic? A. Skeletal characteristics C. DNA analysis B. Dental records D. Personal effects 4. When two objects touch, there is a transfer of material from one to the other. This trace evidence is the basis of forensic science. What is the idea known as? A. Murphy's Law of Contact C. Locard's Principle B. Forensic Law D. Bertillon's Principle of Transference 1. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic material in our cells which controls heredity. Which of the following statements is not true? A. DNA can show a person's gender but not their age or race. B. Only identical twins will have identical DNA. C. Red blood cells are the best source of DNA. Answers

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