History of immigration to the United States: Ireland
During the Potato Famine in Ireland, the United States was engulfed in one of the
largest incidents of immigration. The Irish potato famine immigrants were the first
upsurge of poor migran
Social Process Theories
Social Process Theories
Purpose: This paper presents a review and critique of Social Control Theory by Travis
Hirschi and a personal opinion on the subject of why crime happens and how to solve it. Method
Home Work: Week Six
Answer: Photo Log
Answer: Environment, Object being searched for, number of available personnel, terrain,
exigency and swath size.
Answer: Lane/strip is
A Hate Crime is a crime motivated by bias and/or prejudice against an individual
seeming as a participant of a group. These group factions can be explained as race, sex, religion,
disability, sexual preference, gender identity
Arson and Explosions investigations are complex and delicate by nature; investigators have
to examine the sites of these crimes with a sharp sensitive approach and all has to be viewed with
precise scrutiny. Fire and explosions investigations are known in
Homework Week 2
Page 49 Review Questions:
1. What is it meant by the CSI effect?
A. The CSI effect is a phenomenon where television shows that focus on crime and other
subjects similar have confused drama with reality, which harms expectations of Jurors d
1. What is testimonial evidence?
Testimonial evidence includes oral or written _ given to police as well as _ in court
by people who witnessed an event. Eyewitness accounts can be a useful tool in helping
Crime Scene Basics
1. Crime Scene Vocabulary
_ _: Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is suspected of having occurred.
_ Crime Scene: The original location of a crime or accident.
_ Crime Scene: An a
Angle of Impact
The acute angle formed between the
direction of a blood drop and the plane of
the surface it strikes.
Arterial Spurting (or gushing) Pattern
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting form blood
exiting the body under pressure from a
In 1849, Allan Pinkerton was appointed as
Chicago's first detective by Mayor Levi D.
Boone. This is the first known functional
separation of investigations from patrol.
Pinkerton is also known for creating the
Pinkerton Detective Agency, w
Chain of custody
Routes of exposure
Crime scene boundary
Crime scene log
Initial walk through
Body Fluid Identification
To help prove an element of crime, to
provide a linkage between individuals
through genetic markers, to help interpret
genetic data (mixtures), to aid in
Contains cells, nutrients, chemical