can be taken from a crime scene to identify a suspect based on unique patterns
everyone has unique
evidence that someone was elsewhere
place where an offence has been committed
the killing of one person by another
someone who sees an event and reports what happens
amount of time spent in prison
objects collected from a crime scene
examination of a dead body
when a case is discussed in court is it said to have gone to
person thought to have committed a crime
person harmed or killed as a result of a another
object used to harm someone
type of finger print with repeated circles
we leave fingerprints because our skin produces
DNA is found in what part of cells
everybody's DNA and fingerprint is
the unique pattern of our fingerprint is created by many
fingerprints at a crime scene may be lifted with powder or
Statement of where suspect was at the time of the crime.
The first step in analyzing a crime; used to determine the nature of the crime, possible suspects, eyewitness accounts, etc.
(Mia) a person associated with suspect that may have committed a crime.
Interview witnesses and consult with the CSI unit. They investigate the crime by following leads provided by witnesses and physical evidence.
(Isabelle) person thought to be capable of committing a crime.
a person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime, accident, or other event or action.
At the crime scene to identify potential evidence, the point of exit, and getting the general layout of the crime scene.
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is suspected of having occurred.
Typically the first to arrive at a crime scene. They are responsible for securing the scene and detaining persons of interest.
an impression or mark made on a surface by a person's fingertip, especially as used for identifying individuals from the unique pattern of whorls and lines.
A group of crows
In circumstances not amounting to murder
The place where an offence has been committed
The red liquid
Used for identifying individuals the a unique pattern
facts indicating whether a belief or proposition is valid
Formal or systematic examination or research
The science of projectiles and firearms
Evidence that one was elsewhere
Material which is present in nearly all living organisms
An injury to living tissue caused
The killing of one person by another:
Clear liquid found in blood
Its on your head
Material that connects an individual or thing to a certain group.
This type of fingerprint has no deltas and accounts for about 5% of human fingherprints.
The most common way to remove organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which all the organs are removed at once.
These type of fingerprints are clearly visible and are made when you touch something such as paint or blood and then touch other surfaces.
The path a bullet takes
The type of glass that is found in the rear and side windows of a car.
Solids that have their atoms arranged randomly.
The arrangement of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel.
The term which encompases all objects that can establish whether a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime.
The process of separating light into its component colors or frequencies.
The study of insects in order to provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime.
Where is DNA located in our bodies?
The study of the uniqueness of friction ridge structures and their use for personal identification.
These types of fingerprints must have one delta and one or more ridges that enter and leave on the same side.
The condition that occurs when there is no heartbeat, no pulse, a cold exterior, and no neurological activity in a body.
The condition after death when the muscle cells deplete ATP and the body begins to stiffen.
A person's last or dying breath; may be preceded with the "death rattle."
A medically qualified public officer whose duty is to investigate deaths occurring under unusual circumstances.
A fingerprint system that uses whorls.
Fractures emanating outward from a hole.
The instrument most used for examining bullets to see if they've been fired from the same gun.
The long, metal tube that guides a projectile out of a firearm.
These types of fingerprints are formed when you touch something and oil or sweat leaves a print.
The method of removing organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which a medical examiner dissects each organ individually.
The orignial location of a crime or accident
applies principles of disease and medicine to law
documents the crime scene in detail and collects any physical evidence
tests body fluids and tissues to determine the presence of drugs and poison
study of bullets and ammunition through the comparison of fired bullets, gunpowder patterns, ect. on people and objects
any physical location in which a crime has occured
anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact
statement of where a suspect was at the time of a crime scene
person thought to be capable of committing a crime
second person associated with committing a crime
an alternate location where additional evidence may be found
this type of evidence would be any witnessed accounts of a crime
this type of evidence would be any material items that are present at the crime scene ot on the victims
this evidence refers to any evidence that is found at a crime scene in small but measurable amounts
the application of science to the criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system
studies human skeletal biology
you would use this type of search for larger areas
you would use this type of search for larger objects
you would use this type of search for the exact lay out of where objects are
type of search where people are given smaller areas from a larger area to search
the medical examination of a human body to determine cause of death
applies priciples of dental science to law
examines law for admissibility of evidence
a witness who does not testify as an expert witness
someone who testifies under the oath in the court of law
evidence written or oral assertion offered as proof in court
a witness who has more knowledge then the average person concerning the topic
information indicating if the proposition is true
the crime scene _______ is interview-examine-document-process
you have to have demensions, location of objects, a scale, a key, crime scene info, and compass on what type of sketch
what type of sketch is just the outline of where objects are
an organisms life has ended
_____ exchange principle says the perpetrator of a crime takes something and leaves something at a crime, which can be used as physical evidence
analyzes, compares, indentifies, and interprets physical evidence
_____ science applies principles of engineering to resolve legal issues, mostly civil law
What is the name of the substance that scientists use to find blood when you can't see it?
What is another name for a person who physically attacks another?
When someone performs an _ _ _ _ _ _ _ they are examing a dead body to find the cause of death.
Synonym for murder.
Analysing the pattern of blood is called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
The person police believe might be guilty.
The study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicant.
To use science on criminal and civil laws.
Any physical location in which a crime have occurred or suspected of having occurred.
Statement of where a suspect was at the time of a crime.
Something that can either prove a suspect to be innocent, or guilty.
A person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime
Intentionally setting fire to a building.
If you have committed a crime, you are _ _ _ _ _ _.
The imprint left by someone's shoe.
The people who watched the crime occur.
Someone suspected of committing a crime
Someone who plays a role in solving a crime
Helps link a suspect to a crime
Helps see objects not big enough for the human eye
Someone/Something affected by someones doing
A machine used to harm someone
Someone who works at a laboratory
Something that may prove why something occured
Something that everyone has that are all unique
People who arrest criminals
The scene of an illegal act
1st location of crime scene
2nd location of crime scene
Someone who might be involved in a crime scene
To show the truth
[Crime Scene Investigation]A group of forensic scientists
Inspecting someone or thing in detail
Someone or thing not guilty of the crime
The person who sees the event
2nd person who helped with the crime
Printed/written matter that shows information
A person skilled in some field
A statement of the location of the suspect at the time of the Crime
A conversation between two or more people
A group of steps in order to achieve a purpose
A person who enforces laws, investigates crimes, and arrest people
Being who/what it is
An official who prosecutes for the state or government
A person who investigates unusual crimes
Material in crime
Small evidence found at the crime scene
A person who investigates and solves the crime
An excuse that a suspect uses to show that he or she was somewhere other than at the scene of the crime when the crime was committed
A fact or object that helps to solve mysteries
Something that helps to prove who committed a crime
Something that is secret or unknown
Another name for detectives
A person who is believed to have possibly committed the crime
Someone who is harmed or suffers some loss because of the crime
Someone who saw the crime being committed
A discovery that helps solve a mystery
A guess or feeling that is not based on facts
A false clue that throws the investigator off track