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Activity 1.1.2: Examining the Scene Introduction It is 10:20am on August 14 th in Anytown, USA. The police have searched the house and secured the scene. Because the manner of death has not been determined and there are no witnesses, the police are temporarily referring to the scene as a crime scene until they have more information. It is now time for your team to begin your investigation. The scene appears to be limited to the front entry hallway, a 10’ x 15’ space. It is essential that the scene is systematically searched, documented, and all evidence is properly collected. In this activity you will play the role of crime scene investigators to examine the scene for clues. Equipment · Computer · Laboratory journal · PBS Course File · Activity 1.1.2 Crime Scene Sketch · Unit 1 – Investigative Notes Resource Sheet · Activity 1.1.2: Crime Scene Search Methods (Optional) Procedure Part I: Organizing Ideas 1. Note that it is your job in this unit to determine Anna’s manner of death. Was her death a homicide, an accident, or due to natural causes? - Anna’s death was a due of natural causes. 2. Think about the best way to organize all of your evidence from Unit 1. Pay attention to the following listed below. Note: You will continue evidence analysis in the remaining parts of this unit.
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  • Fall '16
  • Mrs. Garcia
  • English, Crime scene, Punk rock, Anna Garcia

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