Content. Solving the crime Evidence Verdict Reflections. 1 st section – Process in solving the crime. Solving the crime. Most difficult task – Interrogation Must be very calculative Asking the right questions in a tactful manner.
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Process in solving
and keen eye.
the evidence in the sketch.
interviewing of random stranger.
as a group
We as a group, feel that we have learnt the most from the interrogation sessions. It is then that everything new we learnt in the camp could be applied. Things like learning how to think, how to be tactful, how to phrase questions, how to get answers, we learnt from there. It was through the sessions that actually showed us the importance of Mr. Toppin’s lectures, showed us how to be real humans with emotion and creativity and not just a machine, chasing for hard facts. The interrogation session offered such a great platform as in order to crack the case, everyone would want a go at the mike, everyone would be forced to apply such soft skills, that is the real beauty of it. It is during the interrogation sessions that we see the whole camp liven up, everyone interacting, engaging and fencing with the “suspects” through words, instead of just running around labs, performing experiments. We had also really learnt how a real team, a real forensic squad must function, suggest, discuss and initiate. Thank you, Mr. Toppin for such a wonderful and delightful experience.