A former crime scene investigator, Ryan Rezelle, spoke about how technology affects investigations, the process of crime scenes and his work as an investigator Monday in the Science Hall.
Most people don’t have a clear understanding of what crime scene investigators (CSI) do, Rezelle said.
“It’s been fictionalized so much by television that I really haven’t got a chance to share what this is all about,” Rezelle said.
In his presentation he discussed what it means to be a CSI and how technology such as the 3-D laser systems can help that field in getting a basic layout of a large area including distinct measurements.
“I was really excited when Ryan agreed to do our seminar,” said Melissa Bailey, director of the master of science forensic science program. “I knew he was going to do a great presentation though. He’s got tons of stories