Daily CSI

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Published on September 13, 2009

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Daily CSI : Daily CSI Videos Slide 2: CSI Effect T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Anderson CooperCSI Effect – Hairs & Fibers Slide 3: 1. What crime lab did the reporter visit?A. Chicago B. New York C. Las Vegas 2. How many hairs did the investigator use to help in getting a conviction in the kidnapping/homicide case? A. 3 B. 30 C. 300 3. True or False? Real crime labs tend to be darker to make it easier to see evidence. 4. True or False?It is easy to match any hair found at a crime scene to a specific person. 5. What must be present in a hair sample to test for DNA?A. Shaft B. Cuticle C. Root Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 4: 1. What crime lab did the reporter visit?A. Chicago B. New York C. Las Vegas 2. How many hairs did the investigator use to help in getting a conviction in the kidnapping/homicide case? A. 3 B. 30 C. 300 3. True or False? Real crime labs tend to be darker to make it easier to see evidence. 4. True or False?It is easy to match any hair found at a crime scene to a specific person. 5. What must be present in a hair sample to test for DNA?A. Shaft B. Cuticle C. Root The answers are … Slide 5: DNA Evidence T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360DNA Extraction Slide 6: 1. True or False?When testing for DNA, investigators must use all of the sample to make sure they get an accurate test. 2. Where do we find DNA in a cell?A. Cell membrane B. Vacuole C. Nucleus 3. How long does the sample sit in the heat block?A. 1 hour B. 2 hours C. 3 hours 4. What instrument is used to spin the sample?A. Centrifuge B. Extraction Tube C. Washing machine 5. In which layer would we find DNA? A. Top layer B. Middle layer C. Bottom layer Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 7: 1. True or False?When testing for DNA, investigators must use all of the sample to make sure they get an accurate test. 2. Where do we find DNA in a cell?A. Cell membrane B. Vacuole C. Nucleus 3. How long does the sample sit in the heat block?A. 1 hour B. 2 hours C. 3 hours 4. What instrument is used to spin the sample?A. Centrifuge B. Extraction Tube C. Washing machine 5. In which layer would we find DNA? A. Top layer B. Middle layer C. Bottom layer The answers are … Slide 8: 3D Crime Scene T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360 - 3D Imaging Slide 9: 1. What tool is used to help investigators create a 3D crime scene?A. Digital Camera B. Laser C. Cell Phone 2. What is the name of the tool?A. Leica B. Lasertron C. Light Max 3. Complete this statement: The crime scene is critical, as it is where:A. Your investigation starts.B. All your evidence can be found.C. Your lead begins and ends. 4. Complete this statement: If you compare the scanner to a photo, you can:A. See more details of the crime scene with the photograph.B. See more details of the crime scene with the 3D image.C. See the same details in either one, but the photograph is better in court. Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 10: 1. What tool is used to help investigators create a 3D crime scene?A. Digital Camera B. Laser C. Cell Phone 2. What is the name of the tool?A. Leica B. Lasertron C. Light Max 3. Complete this statement: The crime scene is critical, as it is where:A. Your investigation ends.B. All your evidence can be found.C. Your lead begins and ends. 4. Complete this statement: If you compare the scanner to a photo, you can:A. See more details of the crime scene with the photograph.B. See more details of the crime scene with the 3D image.C. See the same details in either one, but the photograph is better in court. The answers are … Slide 11: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360Drug Testing What is it? Slide 12: 1. What kit do investigators use to identify a type of drug?A. Mark II B. Nark II C. Dark II 2. True or False?Investigators taste a drug sample to identify what it is. 3. What color would morphine or heroin turn after the reaction?A. Black B. Brown C. Purple 4. How long did the investigator have to agitate the sample?A. 12 seconds B. 20 seconds C. 60 seconds 5. What type of drug was the test sample? A. Morphine or Heroin B. Ecstasy C. Amphetamine or Meth Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 13: 1. What kit do investigators use to identify a type of drug?A. Mark II B. Nark II C. Dark II 2. True or False?Investigators taste a drug sample to identify what it is. 3. What color would morphine or heroin turn after the reaction?A. Black B. Brown C. Purple 4. How long did the investigator have to agitate the sample?A. 12 seconds B. 20 seconds C. 60 seconds 5. What type of drug was the test sample? A. Morphine or Heroin B. Ecstasy C. Amphetamine or Meth The answers are … Slide 14: Micro Evidence T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360SEM Slide 15: 1. Where was the metal fragment found?A. On a shirt B. On a shoe C. On a pair of pants 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: The scanning electron microscope can ____________ a very small sample and determine what materials make it up. 3. How does the special microscope work? A. It creates an image with a beam of electrons.B. It creates an image using lights and mirrors. C. It creates an image by taking a digital image and enlarging it. 4. What type of metal was the fragment?A. Lead B. Aluminum C. Steel Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 16: 1. Where was the metal fragment found?A. On a shirt B. On a shoe C. On a pair of pants 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: The scanning electron microscope can ____________ a very small sample and determine what it materials make it up. 3. How does the special microscope work? A. It creates an image using a beam of electrons.B. It creates an image using lights and mirrors. C. It creates an image by taking a digital image and enlarging it. 4. What type of metal was the fragment?A. Lead B. Aluminum C. Steel The answers are … magnify Slide 17: Latent Prints T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360Superglue Science Slide 18: 1. What is the name of the activator used during the process?A. Hot Prints B. Hot Stuff C. Hot Shot 2. During fuming the super glue heats up and attaches to _____ _____ in the fingerprint.A. Skin B. Amino Acids C. Valleys 3. The evidence is placed in a super glue _____ to develop the prints.A. Chamber B. Tube C. Slide 4. What color is the fingerprint after it develops?A. Red B. White C. Yellow Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 19: 1. What is the name of the activator used during the process?A. Hot Prints B. Hot Stuff C. Hot Shot 2. During fuming the super glue heats up and attaches to _____ _____ in the fingerprint.A. Skin B. Amino Acids C. Valleys 3. The evidence is placed in a super glue _____ to develop the prints.A. Chamber B. Tube C. Slide 4. What color is the fingerprint after it develops?A. Red B. White C. Yellow The answers are … Slide 20: Buggy Evidence T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360Forensic Entomology Slide 21: 1. What does a forensic entomologist study?A. Worms B. Insects C. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of deathB. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a fly’s life cycle are maggots?A. Adult B. Pupa C. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. Plants B. Animals C. Fungi Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 22: 1. What does a forensic entomologist study?A. Worms B. Insects C. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of deathB. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a fly’s life cycle are maggots?A. Adult B. Pupa C. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. Plants B. Animals C. Fungi The answers are … Slide 23: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ Crime 360 Fugitive Apprehension Crime Busters Slide 24: 1. Where does the detective work?A. Richmond, VA B. New York, NY C. Chicago, IL 2. How long as he been with the Fugitive Task Force?A. 2 years B. 4 years C. 6 years 3. What does he do as part of the Fugitive Task Force? A. Investigates crimes committed by past criminalsB. Gets the warrants for the homicide detectivesC. Locates and apprehends people who have warrants 4. Which of the following criminals would he not take into custody?A. Murderers B. Arsonists C. Parking Violators 5. True or False?They assume people will be cooperative when they are taken into custody. Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 25: 1. Where does the detective work?A. Richmond, VA B. New York, NY C. Chicago, IL 2. How long as he been with the Fugitive Task Force?A. 2 years B. 4 years C. 6 years 3. What does he do as part of the Fugitive Task Force? A. Investigates crimes committed by past criminalsB. Gets the warrants for the homicide detectivesC. Locates and apprehends people who have warrants 4. Which of the following criminals would he not take into custody?A. Murderers B. Arsonists C. Parking Violators 5. True or False?They assume people will be cooperative when they are taken into custody. The answers are … Slide 26: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ How Stuff WorksDr. G Toxicology Video Toxicology 101 Slide 27: 1. When are samples taken for a toxicology screen?A. At the crime scene B. At the morgue C. After the autopsy 2. What body fluid do they test for alcohol, glucose, and other drugs? A. Blood B. Hair samples C. Saliva 3. What organs do they often taken fluid from for testing?A. Lungs B. Bones C. Eyes 4. What type of scientist is Dr. G?A. Forensic technician B. Medical Examiner C. Crime Scene Investigator Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 28: 1. When are samples taken for a toxicology screen?A. At the crime scene B. At the morgue C. After the autopsy 2. What body fluid do they test for alcohol, glucose, and other drugs? A. Blood B. Hair samples C. Saliva 3. What organs do they often taken fluid from for testing?A. Lungs B. Bones C. Eyes 4. What type of scientist is Dr. G?A. Forensic technician B. Medical Examiner C. Crime Scene Investigator The answers are … Slide 29: T. Trimpe 2009 http://sciencespot.net/ YouTube VideoForensic Entomology Maggots & Murder Slide 30: 1. What type of scientist studies insects and their use in a crime? A. Forensic Anthropologist B. Forensic Psychologist C. Forensic Entomologist 2. What was the “body” the students discovered in the car’s trunk?A. Sheep B. Pig C. Human 3. Why do the maggots leave the corpse? A. To find more food B. To lay eggs C. To pupate 4. True or False? Insects found on a body may show signs of drugs or poison. 5. Complete this statement: Believe the story _______ __________ _______. Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 31: 1. What type of scientist studies insects and their use in a crime? A. Forensic Anthropologist B. Forensic Psychologist C. Forensic Entomologist 2. What was the “body” the students discovered in the car’s trunk?A. Sheep B. Pig C. Human 3. Why do the maggots leave the corpse? A. To find more food B. To lay eggs C. To pupate 4. True or False? Insects found on a body may show signs of drugs or poison. 5. Complete this statement: Believe the story ____ __________ ______. The answers are … THE EVIDENCE TELLS Slide 32: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ TLC UnderstandingUsing Genes to Solve Crimes Power of Genes Slide 33: 1. When did DNA start to be an important tool in forensics?A. 1880s B. 1960s C. 1980s 2. What type of evidence does the FBI consider its most powerful tool?A. Fingerprints B. Blood C. DNA 3. What program is used to match DNA samples to possible contributors?A. CODIS B. AFIS C. DNA Code 4. What is it called when the program makes a match?A. Hot Hit B. Cold Hit C. Dead Hit 5. How many criminals have been convicted based on this software?A. 300 B. 900 C. 1,500 Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 34: 1. When did DNA start to be an important tool in forensics?A. 1880s B. 1960s C. 1980s 2. What type of evidence does the FBI consider its most powerful tool?A. Fingerprints B. Blood C. DNA 3. What program is used to match DNA samples to possible contributors?A. CODIS B. AFIS C. DNA Code 4. What is it called when the program makes a match?A. Hot Hit B. Cold Hit C. Dead Hit 5. How many criminals have been convicted based on this software?A. 300 B. 900 C. 1,500 The answers are … Slide 35: T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/ How Stuff WorksUnderwater Detectives Underwater CSI Slide 36: 1. What was the crime?A. A body was dumped in the water. B. A person fell over the side of a boat and drowned.C. A boat was stolen. 2. Why wasn’t the “killer” worried about leaving evidence behind? A. He knew the evidence couldn’t be traced back to him.B. He figured the water would wash away all the evidence. 3. True or False?Fingerprints are likely to remain on evidence found in the water. 4. What is the correct order for processing a water crime scene?A. Photograph the area, gather evidence, and record measurementsB. Record measurements, photograph the area, and gather evidenceC. Photograph the area, record measurements, and gather evidence Watch the video and then answer the questions. Slide 37: 1. What was the crime?A. A body was dumped in the water. B. A person fell over the side of a boat and drowned.C. A boat was stolen. 2. Why wasn’t the “killer” worried about leaving evidence behind? A. He knew the evidence couldn’t be traced back to him.B. He figured the water would wash away all the evidence. 3. True or False?Fingerprints are likely to remain on evidence found in the water. 4. What is the correct order for processing a water crime scene?A. Photograph the area, gather evidence, and record measurementsB. Record measurements, photograph the area, and gather evidenceC. Photograph the area, record measurements, and gather evidence The answers are …

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