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Crj 311 course real knowledge crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Entire Course (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 1 Assignment The CSI Effect (Ash)

  • CRJ 311 Week 1 Assignment The CSI Effect

  • CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 1 Peer Review

  • CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 2 Your First Scene

  • CRJ 311 Week 1 Journal You're an Expert!

  • Read “Fact or Fiction?; The Jury is Still Out on the CSI Effect; A TV-Insprired Interest in Forensics Has Left the Courtroom Vulnerable to Junk Science,” which is located in the ProQuest


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 1 Peer Review (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 2 Your First Scene (Ash)

  • Do you see value in the peer review process, as outlined in Chapter 1 of your text? Between the New England Journal of Medicine, your local newspaper, and a television

  • You are the lead investigator of a small agency, which means your forensic lab is limited. You are called to a report of a decomposed body. Your scene is a decaying body lying in the shrub along a busy freeway.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 1 Journal You're an Expert! (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 2 Assignment Conducting Your Own Field Sobriety Test (Ash)

  • CRJ 311 Week 1 Journal You're an Expert!

  • This assignment will give you the opportunity to conduct your own field sobriety tests. As outlined in your text, there are three standardized tests used by an officer to determine


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 2 DQ 1 Drugs and Scheduling (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 2 DQ 2 Field Sobriety Tests (Ash)

  • Some stimulants can be used in the treatment of hyperactive disorders, which can lead to abuse. Do you think more scheduling is necessary

  • An officer responds to an accident in which a vehicle has crashed into a parked car. The driver seems to have the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath but does not exhibit any other signs of impairment.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 2 Journal SANE or Not (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 3 Assignment Case Study Analysis The Enrique Camarena Case (Ash)

  • CRJ 311 Week 2 Journal SANE or Not

  • Summarize the steps followed by the crime scene investigators including the mistakes and/or correct steps followed to process the scene through the criminal justice system.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 3 DQ 1 Hair Evidence (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 3 DQ 2 Arson Dogs (Ash)

  • You are given the black hairs collected from the car seat of the possible suspect in this case. These hairs could be human or animal. How would you go about analyzing and comparing these samples? In court, the Defense challenges your

  • Arson dogs are useful tools for finding accelerants in locations where human investigators cannot. Some believe that arson dogs and their indication of possible accelerant residue should not be used as evidence in court.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 3 Journal Professional Painter (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 4 Assignment What's Your Impression (Ash)

  • Oftentimes, paint and fiber evidence is overshadowed by the more glamorous DNA evidence in cases today. Paint and fiber evidence is sometimes discounted as being mediocre

  • What’s Your Impression?This assignment will give you the opportunity to create and evaluate your own impression evidence. As you have read in your textbook, pattern evidence


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 4 DQ 1 Bite Mark Evidence (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 4 DQ 2 Fingerprint Evidence (Ash)

  • Bite marks are no longer considered a way to specifically identify someone, but it can be used to exclude or include a person of interest. As a juror on a homicide case, you have heard an odonotologist discuss the bite mark evidence located

  • Thanks to Hollywood, firearms and the forensic information associate with them has been portrayed as the key piece of evidence in many “case.” Fingerprinting is oftentimes overshadowed.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 4 Journal Cold Case Investigation (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 5 DQ 1 Blood Patterns (Ash)

  • This week, you are to reflect on what you believe are the personal traits of a forensic scientists and if you have the same traits. What might you have to overcome in your personal make up to meet

  • Looking at the bloodstain patterns on the husband’s clothing, and considering what you have learned about bloodstain patterns, are the patterns consistent with his story? If you do not think they are, why not? If your opinion


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 5 DQ 2 DNA Evidence (Ash)

CRJ 311 Week 5 Final Paper (Ash)

  • Detail how DNA is used in criminal investigations today. What is the current impact of DNA testing on the criminal justice system, and how has DNA revolutionized this system?

  • “Welcome to Homicide” discusses a homicide in Richmond, VA. He Wouldn’t Turn Me Loose: The Sexual Assault Case of 96-year-old Miss Mary discusses the sexual assault of a 96-year-old woman.


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CRJ 311 Course Real Knowledge / crj311dotcom

CRJ 311 Week 5 Journal Cold Case Investigation (Ash)

  • You have all heard of cold case investigative units and what they do. You are now a member of your local cold case unit. As they are responsible for reviewing an old, unsolved case,


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