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  • 1. Welcome to Garza 10-18 Forensics! Quirete et invenietis
  • 2. Welcome to Garza 10-18 Forensics! Quirete et invenietis Adapt, Improvise, Overcome
  • 3. What are we studying?
  • 4. “ Forensic science is the application of a broad spectrum of sciences to answer questions of interest to a legal system.” 1
  • 5. National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
  • 6.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
  • 7.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
  • 8.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
  • 9.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
  • 10.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • Questioned Documents
    • Trace Evidence
    • Controlled substances
  • 11.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
  • 12.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
  • 13.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • Biological / serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
    • impression evidence
  • 14.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
    • impression evidence
    • blood pattern analysis
  • 15.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
    • impression evidence
    • blood pattern analysis
    • crime scene investigation
  • 16.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
    • impression evidence
    • blood pattern analysis
    • crime scene investigation
    • medicolegal death investigation
  • 17.
    • National Institute of Justice breaks down the major disciplines in Forensics this way:
    • General toxicology
    • Firearms / toolmarks
    • questioned documents
    • trace evidence
    • Controlled substances
    • biological/serology screening / DNA
    • fire debris / arson analysis
    • impression evidence
    • blood pattern analysis
    • crime scene investigation
    • medicolegal death investigation
    • digital evidenc e 2
  • 18. How are we studying it?
  • 19. The old-fashioned way.
  • 20. From the horse’s mouth.
  • 21. From your own experience.
  • 22. By your own research.
  • 23. Why are we studying it?
  • 24. You might be one of these.
  • 25. You’ve probably watched this.
  • 26. You will probably become one of these.
  • 27. What do I from you?
  • 28. On time . . .
  • 29. On time . . . that means early.
  • 30.  
  • 31.  
  • 32. Guests, Principals, Other Staff.
  • 33. 414-8696
  • 34. 414-8668
  • 35. Garza Code of Honor
  • 36. Sources: 1 &quot;Forensic Science.&quot; Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia . Web. 22 Aug. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forensic_science>. 2 National Institute of Justice. 2006. Status and Needs of Forensic Science Service Providers: A Report to Congress . Wed. 22 Aug. 2011 www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/pubs-sum/213420.htm .