Unit Examine #3, Question #1: What is the DRE program? What are its main strengths and
The DRE program, which stands for drug recognition expert, was developed by the Los Angeles
Police Department during the 1970. The program was established s
Unit Exam #2, Question #3: An individual who has been using a drug for an extended
period of time suddenly finds he is unable to secure more of the drug. He acts nervous and
irritable and is hyperactive. He seems almost desperate to find more of the drug,
Unit #1, Question #1: Discuss the underlying reasons for the rapid growth of crime
laboratories in the United States since the late 1960's.
There are several underlying reasons to explain the rapid growth of crime laboratories in
the United States since t
Unit Examination #4, Test Question #3: What is distance determination? Describe two situations
in which distance determination can establish the facts of a shooting incident.
Distance determination is the process of determining the distance from a firearm
Question # 2: What were the main challenges facing investigators who were collecting
evidence in the Enrique Camarena case? Give specific examples of these challenges.
In February of 1985 Special Agent of the DEA Enrique Camarena was abducted while
Question #1: If a forensic analyst wanted to analyze a particular sample for the presence of
trace amounts of an inorganic substance, would X-ray diffraction be a suitable analytical
tool? Why or why not?
To begin to answer this question, we must first un