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1 st Midterm Forensic Hoops Review. Quarter 1. Question 1. Observation vs. Inference? The sky is blue. Question 2. Observation vs. Inference? The water was warm. Question 3. Observation vs. Inference? The room is very cold. Question 4. Observation vs. Inference?

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1st Midterm Forensic Hoops Review

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Question 1

Observation vs. Inference?

  • The sky is blue

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Question 2

Observation vs. Inference?

  • The water was warm

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Question 3

Observation vs. Inference?

  • The room is very cold

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Question 4

Observation vs. Inference?

  • The rope was 4 inches from the gun

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Question 5

List two of the top reasons for committing a crime.

*Need both for a “shot”

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Question 6

List two of the four types of investigative techniques.

*Need both for the “shot”

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Question 7

What is “corpus delicti?”

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Question 8

What is the term the states that when there is contact between two items, there will be an exchange.

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Question 9

What term describes the post-mortem lividity that sets in immediately after death that causes a settling of the blood to parts of the body that are lowest due to gravity?

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Question 10

What type of evidence is considered unique to the crime?

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Question 11

What category of print accounts for the most common type of a fingerprint?

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Question 12

What does the acronym “SOCO” stand for?

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Question 13

What does AFIS stand for?

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Question 14

What is the term used to describe ridge characteristics?

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Question 15General type of print?

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Question 16

Term that describesthe written record of all people who have had possession of an item of evidence.

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Question 17

This person performs the autopsy and describes the outward and inward appearances of the corpse and catalogues ALL observations throughout the procedure.

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Question 18

List two things that can leave prints other than your fingers.

*Need both for “shot”

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Question 19

What is the primary difference between the medical examiner and the coroner?

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Question 20

What type of surfaces utilize the powder lifting technique?

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Question 21

List two duties the First Officer on the Scene has.

*Need both for “shot”

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Question 22General type of print?

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Question 23

What is the correct method when fingerprinting an individual?

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When a paper note is left at the scene of a crime and you wish to test for latent prints, which type of lifting technique will you use?

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Question 25

Invisible fingerprints are called…

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Question 26

List two of the four features of crime scene documentation.

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Question 27

What “general” type of surface is necessary for the superglue fuming technique of visualizing a latent print.

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Question 28

List one of the two important components necessary to prove by the investigator when evaluating a crime scene.

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Question 29

What is the cardinal rule for the investigating officer?

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Question 30

What happens to the body temperature of a corpse upon death?

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Question 31

What type of evidence is not unique to the crime but can be valuable in building a case?

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Question 32General type of print?

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Question 33

What type of fingerprint is the rarest?

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Question 34

List 3 ridge characteristics (other than a delta).

*Need all 3 for “shot”

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Question 35

What is the main component of a fingerprint?

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Question 36

What are the three TYPES of prints? (not fingerprints, prints in general)

**Need all three for “shot”

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Question 37

What type of print is the FBI fingerprint classification numbering system based on?

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Question 38Specific type of print—category & subcategory

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Question 39

When to fingerprints first form?

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Question 40

List two sources of error when lifting a latent fingerprint using powders

**Need both for shot