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Forensics Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
19 terms
Bertino Forensics Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
29 terms
Forensics chapter 1
what is forensic science?
Mathieu Orfila
Alphonse Bertillon
Francis Galton
the application of science to those criminal and civil laws t…
father of forensic toxicology
devised the first scientific system of personal ID, developed…
took the first fingerprints and way to classify them
what is forensic science?
the application of science to those criminal and civil laws t…
Mathieu Orfila
father of forensic toxicology
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FORENSICS : CHAPTER 1 : VOCAB
criminalistics
evidence
ballistics
odontology
the scientific examination of physical evidence for legal pur…
information given personally, drawn from a document, or in th…
the science of projectiles and firearms
the scientific study of teeth and bite-marks
criminalistics
the scientific examination of physical evidence for legal pur…
evidence
information given personally, drawn from a document, or in th…
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Chapter 1 Forensics Vocabulary
Algor mortis
Autopsy
Expert witness
Livor mortis
Postmortem changes that cause a body to lose heat.
The medical dissection and examination of a body in order to…
An individual whom the court determines to possess knowledge…
The medical condition that occurs after death and results in…
Algor mortis
Postmortem changes that cause a body to lose heat.
Autopsy
The medical dissection and examination of a body in order to…
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Bertino Forensics Chapter 1 Galau
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
17 terms
Chapter 1 Forensics
the application of science to the crim…
forensic scientists must be --- becaus…
forensic scientists must work long ---
forensic scientists must pay attention…
forensic science
personable
hours
detail
the application of science to the crim…
forensic science
forensic scientists must be --- becaus…
personable
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Bertino Forensics Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
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Chap-1-Forensics Law
Forensic Science
Evidence
Criminalistics
Ballistics
Is the study and application of science to matter of law.
Anything that prove or disprove a fact. Ex-DNA.
The examination of physical evidence.
The science that deals with the motion, behavior, and effects…
Forensic Science
Is the study and application of science to matter of law.
Evidence
Anything that prove or disprove a fact. Ex-DNA.
34 terms
Forensics Chapter 1
forensic science
forensic
forensics
corpus delecti
science applied to legal problems
having to do with the law
the art of argumentative discourse, debate
Latin term for the facts, body, or elements necessary to prov…
forensic science
science applied to legal problems
forensic
having to do with the law
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Forensics Chapter 1 & 2
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
The place where an offense has been committed and forensic ev…
Where the original location of the crime scene
Where the alternate location where additional evidence may be…
have an idea or impression of the existence, presence, or tru…
Crime Scene
The place where an offense has been committed and forensic ev…
Primary Crime Scene
Where the original location of the crime scene
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Bertino Forensics Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
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Chapter 1 Forensics Vocab
Criminalistics
Evidence
Ballistics
Odontology
the scientific examination of physical evidence for legal pur…
(law) all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose…
the study of the dynamics or flight characteristics of projec…
examination of bite marks and dental identification of corpses
Criminalistics
the scientific examination of physical evidence for legal pur…
Evidence
(law) all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose…
26 terms
Forensics Chapter 1
Forensic Science
Alphonse Bertillon
Francis Galton
Leone Lattes
The application of scientific knowledge to questions of civil…
Father of Criminal Identification- using Anthropometry (body…
Conducted the first definitive study of fingerprints and thei…
Developed a procedure to determine blood type from dried bloo…
Forensic Science
The application of scientific knowledge to questions of civil…
Alphonse Bertillon
Father of Criminal Identification- using Anthropometry (body…
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Chapter 1 Forensics Vocabulary
Criminalistics
Evidence
Ballistics
Odontology
The examination of physical evidence.
Anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact.
The science that deals with the motion, behavior, & effects o…
The examination of bile marks and dental identification of co…
Criminalistics
The examination of physical evidence.
Evidence
Anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact.
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Forensics Chapter 1 Test
Perception
Criminal investigation depend on the o…
The innocence project's purpose was to…
The verbal testimony of a forensic sci…
1. is faulty... 2. is not always accurate... 3. does not always ref…
1. police investigators... 2. forensic scientists... 3. witnesses
DNA evidence to provide conclusive proof of innocence
the proper documentation
Perception
1. is faulty... 2. is not always accurate... 3. does not always ref…
Criminal investigation depend on the o…
1. police investigators... 2. forensic scientists... 3. witnesses
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Forensics Chapter 1
Summarize Ted Bundy's killing spree an…
Define forensic science
Forensic science is an umbrella term e…
What happens in the crime lab?
...
applies science to criminal and civil law that are enforced b…
a myriad of professions that brings skills to aid law enforce…
The principles and techniques of the physical and natural sci…
Summarize Ted Bundy's killing spree an…
...
Define forensic science
applies science to criminal and civil law that are enforced b…
25 terms
forensics chapter 1
Thief catchers
Scotland yard
Bow street runners
Metropolitan Police
These individuals were recruited from riffraff of the streets…
A detective branch within the London's Metropolitan Police
This was considered the first modern detective force in 1750
Through Sir Robert Peel's efforts in 1829, this organization…
Thief catchers
These individuals were recruited from riffraff of the streets…
Scotland yard
A detective branch within the London's Metropolitan Police
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Forensics chapter 1
The word forensic refers to the applic…
Good observation skills come naturally…
If we can remember seeing something ha…
Most wrongful convictions seem to be t…
True
False
False
True
The word forensic refers to the applic…
True
Good observation skills come naturally…
False
Chapter 1 Unit 1 Forensics
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
a statement or assertion of information that can be verified
analytical skills
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
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Forensics Chapter 1 vocabulary words
Burglary
Forensic Science
Observing
Evidence:
The act of breaking into a building with the intent of steali…
The use of scientific knowledge and methods to answer legal q…
Using one or more of your senses to gather information.
In the legal system, something that can be presented in court…
Burglary
The act of breaking into a building with the intent of steali…
Forensic Science
The use of scientific knowledge and methods to answer legal q…
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Forensics Chapter 1 Test
Forensic Science is the application of…
Which areas of science are in criminal…
Sherlock Holmes was created by
Father of forensic toxicology
Both criminal and civil laws
Geology, Chemistry, Biology, and Metallurgy
Doyle
Orfilia
Forensic Science is the application of…
Both criminal and civil laws
Which areas of science are in criminal…
Geology, Chemistry, Biology, and Metallurgy
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Forensics Chapter 1 observation
What is the job of a forensic examiner?
How is information processed in the br…
What are some problems with our memory?
What factors affect eyewitness testimo…
1.find - identify the evidence 2.document - record the eviden…
Information from our senses - what we pay attention to - perc…
filters out information, fills in gaps in our perception, and…
extreme stress on victim at crime scene of during identificat…
What is the job of a forensic examiner?
1.find - identify the evidence 2.document - record the eviden…
How is information processed in the br…
Information from our senses - what we pay attention to - perc…
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Forensics: Chapter 1 (Introduction to Forensic Science)
What is the overall principle of foren…
Who is the "Father of Forensic Science?"
Who was Alphonse Bertillon?
What was anthropometry and its flaws?…
The knowledge and technology of science to solve a crime.
Mathieu Orfila of Spain (1787-1853). Established Forensic Tox…
Frenchman who developed Anthropometry. Lived from 1853-1914.
Taking extensive body measurements to identify people. Used t…
What is the overall principle of foren…
The knowledge and technology of science to solve a crime.
Who is the "Father of Forensic Science?"
Mathieu Orfila of Spain (1787-1853). Established Forensic Tox…
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Forensics Chapter 1
Forensic Science -
Criminalistic science -
Forensics
Matthew Orfila -
The application of science to criminal and civil laws.
The science dealing with the detection of crime and the appre…
The application of science to the criminal and civil laws tha…
Father of forensic toxicology; detection of poisons and their…
Forensic Science -
The application of science to criminal and civil laws.
Criminalistic science -
The science dealing with the detection of crime and the appre…
9 terms
Forensics chapter 1
Analytical skills
Deductive reasoning
Eyewitness
Fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving a conclusion from the facts using a series of logica…
A person who has seen someone or something related to a crime…
A statement for information that can be verified
Analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deductive reasoning
Deriving a conclusion from the facts using a series of logica…
29 terms
Forensics Review Chapter 1
The application of science to law desc…
A system of personal identification us…
The Italian scientist ____________ dev…
____________ is responsible for develo…
Forensic Science
Alphonse Bertillon
Leone Lattes
Francis Galton
The application of science to law desc…
Forensic Science
A system of personal identification us…
Alphonse Bertillon
80 terms
Chapter 1 Forensics
toxicology unit
latent fingerprint unit
polygraph unit
voiceprint analysis unit
blood, urine, and other biological samples to test for drugs
comparing fingerprints, palms, foot, and lip prints
changes in pulse, bp, eye movement, body temperature, physica…
comparing the analysis of one's voice
toxicology unit
blood, urine, and other biological samples to test for drugs
latent fingerprint unit
comparing fingerprints, palms, foot, and lip prints
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Forensics Chapter 1 Vocab.
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
a statement or assertion of information that can be verified
analytical skills
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
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Forensics Chapter 1 Flashcards
Fact
Opinion
Perception
Observation Skills
Something indisputable in a case.
a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily ba…
a way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting something;…
the skill or process of observing something or someone carefu…
Fact
Something indisputable in a case.
Opinion
a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily ba…
14 terms
Forensics chapter 1
CODIS
AFIS
NIBIN
What is forensic science?
The combined DNA indexing system
Automated fingerprint identification systems
The national integrated ballistic identification network
Forensic science is science in service of the law. It can be…
CODIS
The combined DNA indexing system
AFIS
Automated fingerprint identification systems
9 terms
Bertino Forensics Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement or assertion of information that can be verified
analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
20 terms
Forensics Chapter 1 Vocab
criminalistics
evidence
ballistics
odontology
the examination of physical evidence
anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact
the science that deals with the motion, behavior and effects…
examination of bite marks and dental identification of corpses
criminalistics
the examination of physical evidence
evidence
anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact
9 terms
Forensics - Chapter 1
Analytical skills
Deductive reasoning
Eyewitness
Fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement or assertion of information that can be verified.
Analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
20 terms
Chapter 1 forensics
Forensics
Pathology
Psychology
Accounting
The application of science to the criminal and civil laws tha…
Determines cause of death
Profiling
Receives bank records, and catches hackers
Forensics
The application of science to the criminal and civil laws tha…
Pathology
Determines cause of death
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Forensics chapter 1 terms
Bertillion system of anthropometry
Biology unit
Controls
Criminalistics
Using a series of body measurements like a fingerprint for id…
Biologist and chemists, DNA profiling on crime scene evidence
Things that stay the same determine what the responding varia…
The examination of physical evidence in a crime lab
Bertillion system of anthropometry
Using a series of body measurements like a fingerprint for id…
Biology unit
Biologist and chemists, DNA profiling on crime scene evidence
68 terms
Forensics Chapter 1
Forensic science
forensic science includes the business…
the word forensic is derived form the…
criminalistics
the study and application of science to matters of law
providing timely, accurate, and thorough info to all of level…
forum, a public place where, in roman times, senators or othe…
the scientific examination of physical evidence for legal pur…
Forensic science
the study and application of science to matters of law
forensic science includes the business…
providing timely, accurate, and thorough info to all of level…
23 terms
Chapter 1 forensics vocabulary
Analytical skills
Anthropology
Ballistics
Calvin Goddard
The ability to identify a problem, to isolate its component p…
The scientific study of the origins and behavior as well as t…
The study of bullets and firearms
Invented the comparison microscope
Analytical skills
The ability to identify a problem, to isolate its component p…
Anthropology
The scientific study of the origins and behavior as well as t…
21 terms
Forensics chapter 1
Mathieu Orfila
Alphonse Bertillon
Anthropometry
Francis Galton
Father of toxicology
Devised the first scientific system of personal idenification…
A procedure of taking a series of body measurements as a mean…
Undertook the first definitive study of fingerprints and deve…
Mathieu Orfila
Father of toxicology
Alphonse Bertillon
Devised the first scientific system of personal idenification…
25 terms
Forensics Chapter 1
Accreditation
Adversarial system
Anthropometry/Bertillonage
Certification
Endorsement of policies and procedures by a recognized accred…
A system in which decision are rendered based on the merit of…
A system of criminal identification based on a series of meas…
Official recognition of professional development
Accreditation
Endorsement of policies and procedures by a recognized accred…
Adversarial system
A system in which decision are rendered based on the merit of…
31 terms
Chapter 1 Forensics
What are the two ways to subdivide laws
Common Law
Statutory Law
Magna Carta 1215
Common and Statutory
Unwritten actions in a court for everyday rulings
Written own by a legislature who is in the U.S legislature(Co…
First written document, limited the kings power
What are the two ways to subdivide laws
Common and Statutory
Common Law
Unwritten actions in a court for everyday rulings
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Chapter 1 Forensics
Forensics
Forensic Scientist
Bioforensics
WMD
is making knowledge & info available in a public form, court…
person who applies scientific knowledge & techniques to the i…
determining the source of disease in terrorist attacks
weapons of mass destruction
Forensics
is making knowledge & info available in a public form, court…
Forensic Scientist
person who applies scientific knowledge & techniques to the i…
9 terms
Forensics Chapter 1 Vocab
Analytical skills
Deductive reasoning
Eyewitness
Fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from facts using a series of logica…
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement assertion of information that can be verified
Analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from facts using a series of logica…
10 terms
Forensics Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Forensic
Observation
Perception
Eyewitness
Relating to the application of scientific knowledge to legal…
What a person perceives using his/her senses
Interpreting info received from the senses
Person who has seen someone or something and can communicate…
Forensic
Relating to the application of scientific knowledge to legal…
Observation
What a person perceives using his/her senses
9 terms
forensics chapter 1
forensic science
foresic
forensics
corpus deliciti
science applied to legal problems
having to do with laws
the art of argumentative discourse or debate
latin term for the facts necessary to prove a particular crime
forensic science
science applied to legal problems
foresic
having to do with laws
Chapter 1 Forensics
Criminalistics
Evidence
Ballistics
Odontology
Examination of physicak evidence
Something that tends to establish or disprove a fact
The science that deals with the motion behavior and effects o…
Examination of bite marks and dental identification of corpses
Criminalistics
Examination of physicak evidence
Evidence
Something that tends to establish or disprove a fact
14 terms
FORENSICS : CHAPTER 1 : VOCAB
odontology
pathology
polygraph
Toxicology
the scientific study of teeth and bite-marks
the science of the causes of death; the examination of how a…
a machine designed to detect and record changes in physiologi…
Toxicology is the scientific study of adverse effects that oc…
odontology
the scientific study of teeth and bite-marks
pathology
the science of the causes of death; the examination of how a…
15 terms
Forensics Chapter 1
Alphonse Bertillion
Arthur Conan Doyle
Francis Galron
Calvin Goddard
Inventor of anthropometry
Published the first Sherlock Holmes story (popular story abou…
identified characteristics in which fingerprints can be ident…
microscope for bullet comparison
Alphonse Bertillion
Inventor of anthropometry
Arthur Conan Doyle
Published the first Sherlock Holmes story (popular story abou…
24 terms
Forensics vocab chapter 1
Accelerant
Algor Mortis
Allele
Arson
Any substance almost always liquid that has been placed at a…
2nd stage of death; change in body temp post mitten until amb…
One of two more alternative forms of a gene that arise by mut…
Criminal act of deliberately setting fire to property
Accelerant
Any substance almost always liquid that has been placed at a…
Algor Mortis
2nd stage of death; change in body temp post mitten until amb…
9 terms
Forensics chapter 1
Analytical skills
Deductive reasoning
Eyewitness
Fact
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement or assertion of information that can be verified
Analytical skills
The ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
Deductive reasoning
Deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of lo…
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