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Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
Rapport
Interview
Interrogation
Proximity
In interviews and interrogations, the harmonious relationship…
Primarily for the purpose gaining information
The process of testing that information and its application t…
In an interrogation, the suspect and the interrogator should…
Rapport
In interviews and interrogations, the harmonious relationship…
Interview
Primarily for the purpose gaining information
43 terms
Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
corpus delicti evidence
associative evidence
corroborative evidence
identification evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
Used to support other evidence in establishing a fact in ques…
used to determine the identity of an individual
corpus delicti evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
associative evidence
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
42 terms
Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
corpus delicti evidence
associative evidence
corroborative evidence
identification evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
Used to support other evidence in establishing a fact in ques…
used to determine the identity of an individual
corpus delicti evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
associative evidence
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
Criminal Investigation - Chapter 5
DNA testing with a computer has to be…
What does CODIS stand for?
How man databases does CODIS have?
What are the two databases of CODIS?
A human or an expert. (Background comes into play)
Combined DNA Index System
Two databases
Forensic Index and Offender Index
DNA testing with a computer has to be…
A human or an expert. (Background comes into play)
What does CODIS stand for?
Combined DNA Index System
54 terms
Chapter 5 Death investigation
forensic pathologists
coroner
medical examiner
Who can perform autopsies?
-investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or coro…
term. an elected official that may/may not possess a medical…
-term. an elected official, is usually a physician who's gene…
even though both coroner's office and medical examiner's offi…
forensic pathologists
-investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or coro…
coroner
term. an elected official that may/may not possess a medical…
43 terms
Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
corpus delicti evidence
associative evidence
corroborative evidence
identification evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
Used to support other evidence in establishing a fact in ques…
used to determine the identity of an individual
corpus delicti evidence
helps establish elements of a crime
associative evidence
Used to make associations between crime scenes, tools, victim…
18 terms
Crime scene investigation chapter 5 questions
Latent fingerprints are invisible to t…
Patent prints are those prints that ar…
At the present time the age of a laten…
Latent prints are constituted of mater…
Developed
Visible, necked eye
Can not
Soluble, insoluble
Latent fingerprints are invisible to t…
Developed
Patent prints are those prints that ar…
Visible, necked eye
25 terms
Interview and investigation chapter 5 Criminal Discovery
trial by ambush
what is a major difference between a f…
criminal complaint
initial appearance
hiding evidence from the other side until trial.
when you can obtain witness statements
first opportunity for criminal discovery
judge determines weather to grant pretrial release
trial by ambush
hiding evidence from the other side until trial.
what is a major difference between a f…
when you can obtain witness statements
11 terms
Chapter 5: Death Investigation
Forensic Pathologists
Autopsy
Cause of death
Petechiae
Investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or coron…
A surgical procedure performed by a pathologist on a dead bod…
Identifies the injury or disease that led to the chain of eve…
Pinpoint hemorrhaging often observed in the white area of the…
Forensic Pathologists
Investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or coron…
Autopsy
A surgical procedure performed by a pathologist on a dead bod…
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Chapter 5: Death Investigation
algor mortis
autopsy
cause of death
forensic anthropology
a process that occurs after death in which the body temperatu…
a surgical procedure performed by a pathologist on a dead bod…
identifies the injury or disease that led to the chain of eve…
the use of anthropological knowledge of humans and skeletal s…
algor mortis
a process that occurs after death in which the body temperatu…
autopsy
a surgical procedure performed by a pathologist on a dead bod…
42 terms
Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
Forensic Science
Proxy Data
Evidence
Best Evidence
Application of scientific processes to solve legal problems m…
The evidence analyzed by forensic scientists to uncover the r…
Data on which judgment or conclusion may be based.
The original evidence or highest available degree of proof th…
Forensic Science
Application of scientific processes to solve legal problems m…
Proxy Data
The evidence analyzed by forensic scientists to uncover the r…
50 terms
Chapter 5- Death Investigation
Coroner
Medical examiner
forensic Pathologist
Forensic Pathology
A court official in Medieval England whose duties included in…
Government official, always a physician and often a forensic…
A medical doctor who studies pathology in the context of deat…
The specialty of medicine and sub-specialty of pathology deal…
Coroner
A court official in Medieval England whose duties included in…
Medical examiner
Government official, always a physician and often a forensic…
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Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
Forensic Science
Physical Evidence
Direct Evidence
Indirect Evidence
The application of scientific processes to solve legal proble…
Is anything real, which has substance, helps establish facts…
Establishes proof of a fact without any other evidence.
Merely tends to incriminate a person - for instance, a suspec…
Forensic Science
The application of scientific processes to solve legal proble…
Physical Evidence
Is anything real, which has substance, helps establish facts…
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Swanson: Criminal Investigation - Chapter 5
admission
body language
confession
delay-in-arraignment rule
A person's acknowledgment of certain facts or circumstances t…
Gestures, demeanor, facial expressions, and other nonverbal s…
The acknowledgment by a person accused of a crime that he is…
Based on a 1943 Supreme Court decision, the principle that th…
admission
A person's acknowledgment of certain facts or circumstances t…
body language
Gestures, demeanor, facial expressions, and other nonverbal s…
Criminal Investigation Chapter 5
What type of evidence has been properl…
Having equipment available for evidenc…
During the search of a crime scene, it…
To simplify testimony in court, it is…
competent evidence
true
false
true
What type of evidence has been properl…
competent evidence
Having equipment available for evidenc…
true
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Chapter 5 Death Investigation
coroner and medical examiner
False
pathologist
True
the titles of ___ and ____ are often used interchangeably, bu…
the medical examiner is an elected official and is not requir…
although both a coroner and forensic pathologist are charged…
True or False: if it appears that a victim did not shoot hims…
coroner and medical examiner
the titles of ___ and ____ are often used interchangeably, bu…
False
the medical examiner is an elected official and is not requir…
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Chapter 5: Death Investigation
Abraded
Algor mortis
Asphyxia
Autopsy
A scraping type of wound
The postmortem cooling of the body
A death that is caused by interference with the oxygenation o…
A dissection of the body conducted to determine the cause and…
Abraded
A scraping type of wound
Algor mortis
The postmortem cooling of the body
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Chapter 5 Death Investigation
The purpose of investigating a death
What is the cause of death?
What is the mechanism of death?
What is manner of death?
To determine its cause, manner, mechanism and if possible tim…
The disease or injury that initiated the lethal chain of even…
A biochemical or physiologic abnormality produced by the caus…
The fashion in which the cause of death came to be.
The purpose of investigating a death
To determine its cause, manner, mechanism and if possible tim…
What is the cause of death?
The disease or injury that initiated the lethal chain of even…
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Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5.1-5.3
Plankton
H2O
Spring Tides
Neap Tides
tiny floating plants and animals
the scientific abbreviation for water
the highest high tides and the lowest low tides
tides caused when the sun and moon are at right angles causin…
Plankton
tiny floating plants and animals
H2O
the scientific abbreviation for water
41 terms
Chapter 5 Criminal Investigations
Forensic science
preserve
testimonial
documentary
dates back to the 1910 and the "exchange principle" set forth…
Primary purpose of an investigation is to locate, identify an…
person telling what occurred
written materials, records, videos
Forensic science
dates back to the 1910 and the "exchange principle" set forth…
preserve
Primary purpose of an investigation is to locate, identify an…
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Investigative process chapter 5
Interviews v. interrogations
Objectives of interviews and interroga…
Qualifications of interviewers and int…
Importance of selecting the right time…
Interview- gain as much information as you can. ... Interrogatio…
1. Obtain valuable facts... 2. Eliminate the innocent... 3. Identif…
-Knowledgeable in the art and science of criminal investigati…
Psychological advantage!... -More dominance in a law-enforcement…
Interviews v. interrogations
Interview- gain as much information as you can. ... Interrogatio…
Objectives of interviews and interroga…
1. Obtain valuable facts... 2. Eliminate the innocent... 3. Identif…
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ANT Chapter 5: Methods of Investigation
Purpose of Anthro Research
ethnography
ethnology
synchronic
1. to collect and record descriptive data about the cultures…
the description of a specific culture
study of human cultures from a comparative perspective
culture at one period in time
Purpose of Anthro Research
1. to collect and record descriptive data about the cultures…
ethnography
the description of a specific culture
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Chapter 5 Death Investigations
The coroner is unique in English law b…
Forensic Pathologists are employed pri…
What other forensics science disciplin…
What is the first determination that m…
inquisitional
counties
to be a medical examiner
that they are indeed dead and who they are
The coroner is unique in English law b…
inquisitional
Forensic Pathologists are employed pri…
counties
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Intro to Forensic Science: Chapter 5 - Death Investigation
Forensic Pathologist
Coroner
Medical Official
Autopsy
investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or corne…
an elected official at the morgue and may or may not possess…
almost always an appointed official and is usually a physicia…
a surgical procedure performed by a pathologist on a dead bod…
Forensic Pathologist
investigative personnel, typically medical examiners or corne…
Coroner
an elected official at the morgue and may or may not possess…
39 terms
Investigating God's World, Chapter 5
Water
Hydrogen & oxygen
Water vapor
Salt & minerals
Without ____ , nothing could live, because all living things…
Every water molecule is made of these atoms
A form of water that has no shape and does not fill up a cert…
Left behind as ocean water evaporates
Water
Without ____ , nothing could live, because all living things…
Hydrogen & oxygen
Every water molecule is made of these atoms
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Investigating the social world chapter 5
Availability sampling
Census
Cluster
Cluster sampling
Sampling in which elements are selected on the basis of conve…
Research in which information is obtained through responses f…
A naturally occurring, mixed aggregate of elements of the pop…
Sampling in which elements are selected in two or more stages…
Availability sampling
Sampling in which elements are selected on the basis of conve…
Census
Research in which information is obtained through responses f…
28 terms
Biology Honors Chapter 5 Investigation 5B
Which has a greater surface area a 3cm…
Which has a greater surface area to vo…
What evidence was there that there was…
What is the relationship between cell…
3cm
1cm
They were all pink .5 cm on each side
Inverse as cell gets smaller, surface area to volume ratio ge…
Which has a greater surface area a 3cm…
3cm
Which has a greater surface area to vo…
1cm
18 terms
Crime scene investigation chapter 5 questions
Latent fingerprints are invisible to t…
Patent prints are those prints that ar…
At the present time the age of a laten…
Latent prints are constituted of mater…
Developed
Visible, necked eye
Can not
Soluble, insoluble
Latent fingerprints are invisible to t…
Developed
Patent prints are those prints that ar…
Visible, necked eye
26 terms
Claims Investigation - Chapter 5: Filing a Lawsuit, Service of Process, and Obtaining a Default Judgment.
Constructive Service
Default Judgment
E-Filing
In Forma Pauperis
Service of process other than direct service, such as through…
Judgment rendered against the defendant for the damages speci…
a court-approved, Internet-based system for filing, serving a…
" In the manner of a pauper"; permission given to a poor pers…
Constructive Service
Service of process other than direct service, such as through…
Default Judgment
Judgment rendered against the defendant for the damages speci…
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Investigating God's World Chapter 5
Antarctica
aquifers
bivalve
blenny
the continent where most penguins live
underground places where water collects
two shells
fish that mimics a cleaner, but it bites the larger fish
Antarctica
the continent where most penguins live
aquifers
underground places where water collects
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Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5.3-5.6
Shrimp
starfish
conch
oyster
a small crustacean
has tube feet
a univalve
pearls form inside
Shrimp
a small crustacean
starfish
has tube feet
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Spanish 3 Chapter 5 Investigation with Suspect
What is your name?
What is your relation to the child?
When was the child injured?
How did the child receive injuries?
¿Cómo se llama usted?
¿Cuál es su relación con el niño?
¿Cuándo se lastimó el niño?
¿Cómo se lastimo el niño?
What is your name?
¿Cómo se llama usted?
What is your relation to the child?
¿Cuál es su relación con el niño?
18 terms
Chapter 5-Death Investigation, Taphonomy and Wounds
Anthropophagy
Pink-Cherry Red
Brown
Green
The process of decomposition where animals eat ya body
Cyanide... Fluoroactate... Hypothermia/Chills... Carbon Monoxide
Sodium Chlorate and methemeglobin
Hydrogen Sulfide
Anthropophagy
The process of decomposition where animals eat ya body
Pink-Cherry Red
Cyanide... Fluoroactate... Hypothermia/Chills... Carbon Monoxide
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Chapter 5 System Forensics, Investigation and Response
The main difference between different…
What is meant by steganalysis?... ... a me…
Multialphabet ciphers are more secure…
The art and science of writing hidden…
...
...
...
...
The main difference between different…
...
What is meant by steganalysis?... ... a me…
...
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Criminalistics (Death Investigation) Chapter 5
Coroner and Medical Examiner
False
Pathologist
False
The titles of __________ and __________ are often used interc…
The medical examiner is an elected official and is not requir…
Although both a coroner and a forensic pathologist are charge…
If it appears that a victim did not shoot himself or herself…
Coroner and Medical Examiner
The titles of __________ and __________ are often used interc…
False
The medical examiner is an elected official and is not requir…
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5-Chapter 5 / Criminal Investigation: The Science of Sleuthing
Forensic science
Criminalistics
what type of Information is provided…
Responding personnel must be trained to:
The examination, evaluation, & explanation of physical eviden…
Branch of forensic science.... Deals with the study of physical…
Information on the corpus delicti.... Information on the modus o…
Describe vehicles.... Assess the scene for officer safety.... Watch…
Forensic science
The examination, evaluation, & explanation of physical eviden…
Criminalistics
Branch of forensic science.... Deals with the study of physical…
51 terms
Chapter 5 System Forensics, Investigation and Response
The main difference between different…
What is meant by steganalysis?... ... a me…
Multialphabet ciphers are more secure…
The art and science of writing hidden…
...
...
...
...
The main difference between different…
...
What is meant by steganalysis?... ... a me…
...
17 terms
Chapter 5 Investigating Child Abuse
What are the four critical steps of in…
Age Dating of Bruises
What are the stages of bruising ?
Family Abduction
1. Go to the source... 2. Get records... 3. Conduct Interview ... 4. G…
Involves noting the color of bruising present on a victim and…
Bright red bruises are indicative of an injury 0 to 2 days ol…
The taking, keeping, or concealing of a child or children by…
What are the four critical steps of in…
1. Go to the source... 2. Get records... 3. Conduct Interview ... 4. G…
Age Dating of Bruises
Involves noting the color of bruising present on a victim and…
Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5.3-5.6
Shrimp
starfish
conch
oyster
a small crustacean
has tube feet
a univalve
pearls form inside
Shrimp
a small crustacean
starfish
has tube feet
31 terms
Slater Investigating Astronomy Chapter 5
atmosphere
photosynthesis
respiration
atmospheric pressure
thin, multilayered envelope of gas that has changed since lif…
chemical process that consumes CO2 and water energy and relea…
the process life forms use to consume oxygen and release H2O
caused by the weight of all the air above that weight
atmosphere
thin, multilayered envelope of gas that has changed since lif…
photosynthesis
chemical process that consumes CO2 and water energy and relea…
20 terms
Chapter 5- The police investigation, arrest and accused, trial
Steps of being taken into custody
Search Laws
Section 8 of Charter?
When can a cop search?
-identify as police officer... -inform charges... -cautions: right…
often necessary for accused/ suspects to be searched by Polic…
protects Canadians from being subject to "unreasonable search…
person is being placed under arrest, must have reason ti beli…
Steps of being taken into custody
-identify as police officer... -inform charges... -cautions: right…
Search Laws
often necessary for accused/ suspects to be searched by Polic…
37 terms
Investigating God's World Chapter 5
Antarctica
aquifers
bivalve
blenny
the continent where most penguins live
underground places where water collects
two shells
fish that mimics a cleaner, but it bites the larger fish
Antarctica
the continent where most penguins live
aquifers
underground places where water collects
11 terms
Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5.4-5.8
Wandering Albatross
Rookeries
Warm-blooded
oceanographers
The largest of all flying birds
Penguins live in colonies called this
Birds body temperature stays the same regardless of the envir…
scientists who study the sea
Wandering Albatross
The largest of all flying birds
Rookeries
Penguins live in colonies called this
Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5.4-5.8
Wandering Albatross
Rookeries
Warm-blooded
oceanographers
The largest of all flying birds
Penguins live in colonies called this
Birds body temperature stays the same regardless of the envir…
scientists who study the sea
Wandering Albatross
The largest of all flying birds
Rookeries
Penguins live in colonies called this
41 terms
Chapter 5: Conduct of Criminal Investigations
What Sub-Chapter covers Composite Risk…
What Sub-Chapter covers Potential Thre…
What Sub-Chapter covers Interviews of…
What Sub-Chapter covers Interviews of…
Chapter 5.1
Chapter 5.2
Chapter 5.3
Chapter 5.4
What Sub-Chapter covers Composite Risk…
Chapter 5.1
What Sub-Chapter covers Potential Thre…
Chapter 5.2
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Chapter 5: Investigating Child Abuse
___________________ make determination…
What are the four critical steps for c…
The recognition of abuse and collectio…
What are some potential tells for the…
Social service agencies; Police officers; criminal investigator
1) Go to the Source (Collect information and interviews)... 2) G…
substantiating evidence; focus; interviewed
Unexplained physical injuries and marks; Fear of parents and/…
___________________ make determination…
Social service agencies; Police officers; criminal investigator
What are the four critical steps for c…
1) Go to the Source (Collect information and interviews)... 2) G…
20 terms
Chapter 5 Legal Issues in Criminal Investigations
The right of the people to be secure i…
The minimum amount of information nece…
A search made incident to a lawful arr…
Search incident to a lawful arrest
the fourth amendment
Probable cause
Search incident to a lawful arrest
the sixth amendment
The right of the people to be secure i…
the fourth amendment
The minimum amount of information nece…
Probable cause
69 terms
Science 6 Chapter 5 Investigating Electricity
electrons
atoms
protons
neutrons
electrical energy is caused by the movement of these
the particles that make up things
the positive parts of an atom
the parts of an atom that have no charge
electrons
electrical energy is caused by the movement of these
atoms
the particles that make up things
40 terms
Investigating God's World Chapter 5 test
water
molecules
H₂O
three fourths
Without ______, nothing could live, because all living things…
Water is made up of tiny particles called _____________. A __…
scientific abbreviation of water
The ocean covers almost _________ of the earth's surface. The…
water
Without ______, nothing could live, because all living things…
molecules
Water is made up of tiny particles called _____________. A __…
36 terms
Abeka Investigating God's World Chapter 5 Test
pinniped
north pole
warm blooded animals
elephant seal
wing footed animal
where walruses live
animals that maintain a constant body temperature despite the…
the largest of all pinnipeds
pinniped
wing footed animal
north pole
where walruses live
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