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JSU to offer bachelor’s degree in forensic investigation in fall

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Riverside County kids can learn forensic skills at this Indio summer class

Coachella Valley youngsters aspiring to go into law enforcement are invited to attend the District Attorney’s Law and Leadership Summer Youth Academy, which starts Monday.

The week-long program, designed for 8th and 9th graders, will offer “hands-on training and experience in various forensic skills such as fingerprinting and crime scene investigation,” according to a D.A.’s office statement.

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Participants will also engage in activities geared toward building leadership skills.

The academy is free and

Read more at: http://www.desertsun.com/story/news/2017/07/23/riverside-county-kids-can-learn-forensic-skills-indio-summer-class/503467001/

Omaha police’s CSI demonstration gives students a look at life as a forensic investigator – Omaha World

Bennington’s Isaac Jacobs, left, and Brownell Talbot’s Madison Whitmore practice taking crime scene photos at the Public Safety Training Center on July 8. The Omaha Police Department Crime Scene Investigators hosted a C.S.I. Day in Omaha for high school students.

Read more at: http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/omaha-police-s-csi-demonstration-gives-students-a-look-at/article_77bd95c2-6434-11e7-befe-23840993745d.html

The Armidale School has become a crime scene investigation hub for the Forensic Science Camp

The Armidale School has become a crime scene investigation hub for the Forensic Science Camp.

CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION: Year 8 student Peta Gilbert is testing soil to see if it matches traces found at the crime scene she is investigating as part of the camp.

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THE DEATH of millionaire Eliza Johnson left a trail of destruction and mystery.

At the reading of Ms Johnsons last will and testament, a brawl broke out between sons Ben and Graham.

A day later, Ben Johnson was kidnapped – a ransom note in Russian demanded half a million dollars in 24 hours.

But, 12

Read more at: http://www.armidaleexpress.com.au/story/4773676/tas-police-unit-crime-investigation-photos/

Industry News: Forensic Science Experts to Gather in Abu Dhabi for Two New Conferences

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BH Forensic Science Class Investigates Mock Homicide

Hull, Iowa — The Boyden-Hull Jr/Sr High School’s Forensic Science Class have been participating in a crime scene activity for the past few weeks, that will culminate with the writing of the final mock Police Reports Thursday morning (May 25th).

Sioux County Sheriff’s Deputy Waylon Pollema says planning for the mock crime scene investigation began several months ago.

He says the students were given a crime scene scenario, in this case a homicide, and then they entered the mock crime scene.

Pollema says Sioux County Attorney Tom Kunstle took part in the activity, as well, joining the students to help them write an application for a search warrant so that they could investigate the crime scene.

He says that after the search warrrant was issued, students were able to enter the crime scene, look around, and take

Read more at: http://kiwaradio.com/local-news/b-h-forensic-science-class-investigates-mock-homicide/

JSU working to create bachelor’s degree in forensic investigation

Calhoun County Sheriff Matt Wade wants deputies with as much forensics training as they can get.

That’s because crime scene investigation technology improves quickly and requires plenty of training — training the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office routinely must pay for its deputies to acquire, Wade said.

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Forensic sciences’ CSI portrayal a hit at Research Village

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Department of Forensic Sciences’ real-life crime scene investigation, depicting forced entry through a window and subsequent rape and homicide, was, by all indications, the big pull at the Research Village on Day One of the UWI’s Research Days.

The first exhibition of its kind on Research Days, scores of external and internal students, parents, and stakeholders flocked the booth to get a glimpse of the detailed portrayal.

“A crime scene like this usually takes about four hours to process. There are usually about four crime-scene examiners. Then you can have a whole team of around 12 external investigators and lab technicians as well. So it can incorporate upwards of 20 persons,” 43-year-old Gregory Williams, course coordinator for Crime Scene Management and Reconstruction at the UWI, told The Gleaner.

He added: “This depicts the rape and slaying of a 20-year-old forensic science student who, possibly, had a

Read more at: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20170203/forensic-sciences-csi-portrayal-hit-research-village