Hands-On Police Work: Forensics School, Part Two (DVD)

Hands-On Police Work: Forensics School, Part Two (DVD)
The second part of Hands-On Police Work: Forensics School promises to educate aspiring forensics students and true crime buffs. It involves following the students at one of Britain's renowned universities as they practice learning how a murderer hides his victims. They also collect fingerprints and analyze various simulated crime scenes.
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Crime scene photography, gravedigging and fingerprint analysis are only a few of the highlights involved in mastering forensic science. This program shows the progress of several forensic science students at a renowned school in Britain. A student taking the Forensic Anthropology course has to figure out the steps a murderer had to take to hide his victim. Meanwhile, first-year students participate in various simulated scenarios that test their fingerprinting skills and crime scene documentation. Due to the sensitive and graphic nature of this program, viewer discretion is advised. (26 minutes)

Details:
  • DVD
  • ISBN: 978-1-61616-113-2
  • Run Time: 26 Minutes
  • Copyright Date: 2006
  • CC

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Mastering forensic science requires skills with fingerprint analysis, gravedigging, crime scene photography, and more. This program follows students as they follow the path of mastering forensic science. They are participating in the program at the respectable University of Central Lancastshire. A third year student has to put himself inside the mentality of a murderer as he learns how to dispose of a human body. Other first year students visit a mock crime scene for a test in fingerprinting and to learn how to document a crime scene with different staged scenarios. Viewer discretion is advised. (26 minutes)


Segments in this video include:
  • Crime Scene Skills Forensic students perform training in a crime scene house that is designed to teach them observation skills, crime scene photography, how to discover evidence, and how to preserve the crime scene.
  • Forensic Science: Human Remains Recovery: - Forensics students learn how to dig graves and get an understanding of the different challenges that criminals face when they are trying to dispose of a human body. Students work in different weather conditions.
  • Crime Scene Photograph Photographing a crime scene does not require creativity. It is the main method of recording the details of a crime scene before anything is changed or moved.
  • Forensic Science: Gravedigging Students learn that trying to dispose a body in a basic grave is actually difficult. They take turns digging a grave and run into issues. The decomposition of body tissues into salts, liquids and gasses is called putrification.
  • Rules of Crime Scene Photography and Burial Sites Students take photographs of blood splatter and fingerprints. Every photograph have labels and have something in the photo for scale. Students learn how to find clues and dig graves.


    Hands-On Police Work: Forensics School, Part Two
  • DVD
  • ISBN: 978-1-61616-113-2
  • Run Time: 26 Minutes
  • Copyright Date: 2006
  • CC
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