Crime Scene Chronicles: Forensics School, Part Three (DVD)

Crime Scene Chronicles: Forensics School, Part Three (DVD)
This program follows first-year Police and Criminal Investigations of the Forensic Science department of a renowned British university as they use the skills they learned to solve an armed robbery, investigate abandoned vehicles and confront several horrific crime scenes.
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Criminal investigators must be adept at analyzing any type of crime scene, whether it is an abandoned vehicle or the sprawling surroundings of an elegant mansion. This program follows crime scene studies conducted at the Forensic Science department of a distinguished British university. Viewers will watch first-year criminal justice students as they collect evidence both inside and outside of simulated automobiles; strive to solve an armed robbery by analyzing glass shards, blood and fabric in the lab; and confront several realistic and gory crime scenes. Due to the graphic nature of this film, view discretion is advised. (23 minutes)

Crime Scene Chronicles: Forensics School, Part Three
  • DVD
  • ISBN: 978-1-61616-115-6
  • Run Time: 23 Minutes
  • Copyright Date: 2006
  • CC

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Criminal investigators are required to analyze many different types of crime scenes, whether it is an elegant mansion or an abandoned vehicle. This program highlights crime scene studies at the University of Central Lancashires renowned Forensic Science Department. Students and first year police offiers gather evidence from inside and outside mock vehicles, attempt to solve a robbery of partygoers using fabric, blood and glass analysis, and participate in other crime scene scenarios. Viewer discretion is advised. (23 minutes)


Segments in this video include:
  • Forensics School The forensics field applies the latest science to criminal matters relating to the law. Students participate in practice session that prepare them for an exam. Students learn how to remember details through practice.
  • Forensics: Crime Scene Simulations Around 80% of the students in forensics school are females. Students learn through hands on experience with crime simulations. They have a limited length of time to collect as much evidence as they can.
  • Crime Scene Evidence Forensic student teams study three different crime scenes. They gather fingerprints, take photos, and view each scene. A separate team has to match the evidence of the crime scene with other evidence found in the home of a thief.
  • Mistakes at Crime Scene Investigations Students gather up evidence at a crime scene, but they make mistakes while doing so which may compromise their findings. Time begins to run out even though the students have not gathered all the evidence that they need.
  • Glass: Stable Form of Evidence A student in forensics views glass samples in an attempt to match multiple pieces of evidence. Glass is a main type of evidence because fragments of it can reflect light in different patterns.
  • Crime Scene Evidence: Analysis and Evaluation Students analyze all of the evidence from the different crime scenes.


    Crime Scene Chronicles: Forensics School, Part Three
  • DVD
  • ISBN: 978-1-61616-115-6
  • Run Time: 23 Minutes
  • Copyright Date: 2006
  • CC
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