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Students play a game of jeopardy to re-enforce their knowledge of subject matter through a fun activity

Students play a game of jeopardy to re-enforce their knowledge of subject matter through a fun activity

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    • Intro to Forensic Science Jeopardy True False History Pioneers History 2 CSI T/F 100 T/F $200 T/F $300 T/F $400 T/F $500 H $100 H2 $100 P $100 CSI $100 H $200 P $200 H2 $200 CSI $200 H $300 P $300 H2 $300 CSI $300 H $400 P $400 H2 $400 CSI $400 H $500 P $500 H2 $500 CSI $500 Final Jeopardy
    • $100 Question from H1 FORENSIC SCIENCE IS SICENCE AS IT RELATES TO THE LAW
    • $100 Answer from H1 TRUE
    • $200 Question from H1 BOSTON P.D. HAD THE FIRST CRIME LAB IN THE U.S.
    • $200 Answer from H1 FALSE
    • $300 Question from H1 ODONTOLOGY IS THE STUDY OF BLOOD
    • $300 Answer from H1 FALSE
    • $400 Question from H1 TO BE AN EFFECTIVE WITNESS IN THE COURTROOM YOU SHOULD PREPARE THOROUGHLY FOR YOUR PRESENTATION, AND FOLLOW PROCEDURE
    • $400 Answer from H1 TRUE
    • $500 Question from H1 EARLY ADVANCES IN PHOTOGRAPHY MADE CRIMINALISTICS POSSIBLE.
    • $500 Answer from H1 TRUE
    • $100 Question from H2 FIRST DEAN OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CRIMONOLOGY AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
    • $100 Answer from H2 AUGUST VOLLMER
    • $200 Question from H2 THIS POSITION WAS FORMALLY CALLED A CROWNER AND DATES BACK TO THE 10 TH CENTURY
    • $200 Answer from H2 OFFICE OF THE CORONER
    • $300 Question from H2 Allows for logical categorization of ten-print fingerprint records into primary groupings based on fingerprint pattern types.
    • $300 Answer from H2 HENRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
    • $400 Question from H2 THE FIRST MENTION OF THE USE OF FINGERPRINTS TO IDENTIFY CRIMINALS OCCURRED…
    • $400 Answer from H2 DURING THE REIGN OF THE BABYLONIAN KING HAMMURABI
    • $500 Question from H2 FINGERPRINTS WERE USED ON OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT PAPERS IN PERSIA. A PERSIAN PHYSICIAN RECORDED THE OBSERVATION THAT NO TWO PERSONS’ FINGERPRINTS WERE ALIKE.
    • $500 Answer from H2 14 TH CENTURY AD.
    • $100 Question from H3 PIONEER IN THE USE OF THE MICROSCOPE
    • $100 Answer from H3 ITIALIAN PHYSCIAN MALPIGHI
    • $200 Question from H3 DISCRIBED HIS OBERVATIONS OF FINGERPRINTS AND ADVOCATED THEIR USE IN CRIMINAL DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION.
    • $200 Answer from H3 DR. HENRY FAULDS
    • $300 Question from H3 HE DISCRIBED A SYSTEM FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF FINGERPRINTS AND MENTIONED POINTS OF RIDGE MINUTIAE
    • $300 Answer from H3 SIR FRANCIS GALTON
    • $400 Question from H3 This man published a thesis in Latin in which he Commented upon the diversity of ridge patterns Especially on the last Phalanx of each finger and divided these patterns into nine different categories
    • $400 Answer from H3 John Evangelist Purkinji Professor of anatomy at the University of Breslau in Prussia
    • $500 Question from H3 After almost 20 years of observation, he concluded that skin ridge formations did not change during the life of the individual . He did not, However, develop a method that was suitable for General use.
    • $500 Answer from H3 Sir William Herschel
    • $100 Question from H4 In this year the Chief Medical Examiner of the New York City Civil Service Commission, Began the first systematic use of fingerprints In the United States
    • $100 Answer from H4 1902
    • $200 Question from H4 IN 1906, the first conviction in which fingerprint Evidence was a major factor, was obtained in this Major U.S. City
    • $200 Answer from H4 New York City
    • $300 Question from H4 John Larson, a University of California Medical student Invented this controversial device in 1921
    • $300 Answer from H4 The Lie detector
    • $400 Question from H4 This agency was formed under the direction of John Edgar Hoover. Operations begin With 810,188 records, consolidating the Records from the National Bureau of Criminal Identification and Leavenworth Penitentiary
    • $400 Answer from H4 The Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI
    • $500 Question from H4 Breathalyzer, the instrument used to field test the sobriety of drivers, invented by Indiana State Trooper Borkenstein in this mid-century year.
    • $500 Answer from H4 1954
    • $100 Question from H5 As a Crime Scene Investigator you will park Your vehicle…
    • $100 Answer from H5 Outside the perimeter of the crime scene
    • $200 Question from H5 Photographs should include the entire scene as well as what other area.
    • $200 Answer from H5 Surrounding area
    • $300 Question from H5 A hand drawing of the scene and is not to scale
    • $300 Answer from H5 Sketch
    • $400 Question from H5 Noting the position of doors and windows, whether or not the home has been ransacked Whether or not the lights are on?
    • $400 Answer from H5 What to note when examining a crime scene
    • $500 Question from H5 This item is used numerically identify evidence in a crime scene
    • $500 Answer from H5 Placards
    • Final Jeopardy This author wrote, “If one man kills another, it’s murder, but if a hundred thousand men kill another hundred thousand, it is considered an act of glory!?”
    • Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)