Unit 2 - Criminal Law

Unit 2 - Criminal Law

UNIT 2 CRIMINAL Section 2: Solving Crime LAW The Investigation Process Establish what type of crime scene are you investigating Death Fire & Arson Bomb & Explosion Electronic Crime Death Scene Investigation Arriving at the scene

Evaluating/Examining Documenting the scene and/Evaluating the body Recording deceased profile information Fire and Arson / Bomb and Explosion Investigation Arriving at the scene Evaluating/Examining

Documenting Processing the scene the scene evidence found at the scene Completing the investigation Electronic Crime Investigation Identify type of electronic crime

Secure and evaluate the scene Gather potential evidence Document the scene Package/Transport/Secure Conduct evidence interviews if necessary Using Forensics

Forensic Science the scientific method of gathering and examining information about the past, that use various forms of science and technology to establish what occurred based on collected evidence Infamous Crimes/Criminals Jack the Ripper Herman Webster Mudgett H.H. Holmes

Black Dahlia Al Capone David Berkowitz Son of Sam Ted Bundy Dennis Rader BTK Jeffrey Dahmer John Gotti Charles Manson Zodiac Killer Albert Fish

Eddie Gein Dean Corll The Candy Man Coral Eugene Watts Belle Gunness Angel Resendiz The Railcar Killer Derrick Todd Lee John Allen Muhammad D.C. Sniper

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