You will create a scenario or model your crime after actual events. This can be a 3D model or computer representation. You should include the following:
CRIME: What crime was committed? How was the crime brought to the attention of the investigators (Anonymous caller? Found body? Counterfeit cash being deposited?). Use your imagination or research skills to highlight a crime that can be investigated thoroughly using the resources available to you in class.
EVIDENCE: What evidence can be found at the crime scene? Do not try to include a piece of evidence for each of the units we have studied this year. Pick
4-6 pieces of useful evidence and strategically place them in and around your crime scene. IF you choose to include evidence that requires comparison (hair, bullets, DNA, etc.) you must also provide evidence from suspects.
You should include completed evidence logs, a chain of custody logs, photographs loaded into our class drive, and crime scene sketches.
• EVIDENCE ANALYSIS: For each piece of evidence, you provide for your crime scene, you must also provide detailed analysis for both the crime scene samples and suspect samples.
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