Topics: Fingerprint, Sherlock Holmes, Forensic science Pages: 2 (540 words) Published: September 18, 2014
Practical 1- Jeopardy (Forensic Science)
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Forensic Anthropology (FA)
Refers to the relationship b/w objects, is important in crime scene investigation and in determination of forensic significance what is context? The study of the processes that affect the body after death to discovery  what is taphonomy? Determined by the Forensic Anthropologist, denotes importance in a medico-legal investigation and to police  What is forensic significance? The type of – say homicide or suicide What is manner of death? Adult age estimation techniques include degeneration of these  what are pubic symphysis and auricular surface of the pelvis? Fingerprints

The high and low points of the skin, respectively that makes up fingerprints  what are ridges and furrows? Ridge end, ridge dot, bifurcation, enclosure, short ridge  what are the five basic characteristics that make a ridge pattern in a fingerprint? Found on the fingers, palms,  what is friction ridge skin? Develop in utero, are unique, remain unchanged are classifiable?  What are the four premises of fingerprint identification? The fingerprint from left to right (images)  What are – arch, loop & whorl? Forensic Identification (FI)

Standardized across Canada and found in two place in Ontario; Ottawa for the RCMP and Aylmer for provincial police but all can take courses What is training for forensic identification officers? Comes from Latin which means to speak publically before the forum  what is Forensic? The investigators and processors of crime scenes in Canada What are the RCMP, Provincial and Municipal Police Forces? Works in the lab analyzing evidence from a variety of different crime scenes? Who is a Forensic Scientist? Someone who is not a winner, or what the acronym stands for...
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