Computer Forensics. Chapter 23. Objectives. Explore the basics of digital forensics. Identify the rules and types of evidence. Collect evidence and preserve evidence. Maintain a viable chain of custody. Investigate a computer crime or policy violation. Examine system artifacts.
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INTERMEDIATE CRIME SCENE SEARCH TCOLE Course # 2106 32 to 40 hours. AND. UNIT THREE. BCCO PCT #4 PowerPoint. Learning Objectives. Learning Objective 3.1 The student will be able to summarize major issues of crime scene investigation.
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Evidence Preservation and Storage. D. Jody Koehler, M.S. DNA Section Manager Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory Service Austin. Evidence Preservation and Storage. Scope DPS was tasked with creating uniform rules with regards to handling biological evidence
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Forensics CHS McNiff. Vocabulary. CRIME SCENE: Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is suspected of having occurred. PRIMARY CRIME SCENE: The original location of a crime or accident. SECONDARY CRIME SCENE: An alternate location where additional evidence may be found.
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Services Marketing. MTG 410 Fall 2000 Prof: Donna J. Hill, Ph.D. What Are Services?. Services are deeds, processes, and performances. Nature of product. Greater involvement of customers in the production process. People as part of the product.
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Homicide. Murder. Can be met with fear, curiosity, or fascination Many people cannot comprehend the motivation necessary to take another life Mainstream media has distorted the reality of murder and aggrandized the killers themselves. Murder. Can cause immobilizing fear in a community
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Why do we need good forensic science ?. A Jamieson. The history of the justice systems of the world provide many examples of flawed decisions. A direct consequence of flawed eye witness testimony . The scope for error in the forensic process.
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Physical Evidence. Trace fibers/ prints from suspects Discarded items or Clothing or gloves tools Broken glass Broken glass
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Module 5.2. Social Marketing . The use of marketing techniques and concepts to market social/health messages. Presentation purpose. Target audience Health professionals and project workers on DPMI projects Aim To introduce the concept of social marketing Objectives
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Crime Scene Analysis. Chapter 2 Crime Scene Investigation site http://www.crime-scene- investigator.net/csi-collection.html . Processing the Crime Scene.
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Fact vs. Opinion (Interpretation). What is a fact?. Fact : something proven to be factual and true . Usually supported by the weight of physical evidence , documentation and eyewitnesses. In order for something to be considered a fact, it must be supported by evidence.
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