1. Provide examples of how impression evidence gives clues about the crime scene, person(s) at the
scene, and events that occurred at the scene.
2. Provide well-supported arguments that evidence such as foot, shoe, and dental impressions is
Collecting, Sampling, and Testing Fiber Evidence
Depending on the type of evidence can be collected from.
Fibers and/or clothing and textiles.
1. outline the history of fingerprinting
2. describe the characteristics of fingerprints
3. compare and contrast the basic types of fingerprints
4. describe how criminals attempt to alter their fingerprints
5. present and refute arguments that
1. Summarize Locard's Principle of Exchange
2. Identify 4 examples of trace evidence
3. Distinguish between direct and circumstantial evidence
4. Identify the types of professionals who might be present at a crime scene
5. Summarize the seven steps (7 S's
1. Define observation, and describe what changes occur in the brain while observing.
1. Observation: the action or process of observing something or someone carefully or
in order to gain information
2. Senses > pay attention to > perception>sho