CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

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    stereotypes. According to society the police are “crime fighters”. Police devote countless hours enforcing criminal law, patrolling, arresting criminals and investigating crimes. I’m not going to lie, before this class I was under the same impression, but this is what education is for. However, the crime fighting image is not precise the usual patrolmen rarely makes a felony arrest and almost never fires a weapon in their career. Crime science investigators, CSI, Law & Order, Criminal Intent and…

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    Kruse (2010), argues that the imaginary is not created alone through the text of TV crime dramas, but is impacted by a viewer’s subjectivity, life experiences, educations, political views, and personal fantasies. Kruse maintains that TV dramas, such as CSI, tainted by the viewer specific position within society, may provide the viewer with the justification for their world view, cause them to reflect on their lives, position, or politics, or be nothing more than mere entertainment. In Kruse’s…

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    means that the evidence that can be found at the scene can be more probable that…

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    Hayden B Baldwin Analysis

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    opinion: Should crime scene investigators be first civilian or sworn (police) personnel? Hayden B. Baldwin's opinion states: Before I begin, I have to tell you the subsequent is my opinion supported over thirty years during this field and even supposing. I'm retired from enforcement. I still teach crime scene investigation, write articles, write chapters in rhetorical publications, speak professionally and in public and have trained virtually thousands of CSI's in basic crime scene process,…

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    health of people being detained, investigations that seem to be biased and not carried out ethically, and the failure of the justice…

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    No matter what part of the country we live in, crime is a problem. This issue places a huge responsibility on our government and law enforcement agencies. We rely on the authorities and trust that all criminal investigations will be processed and completed successfully. No matter how great investigative work becomes, crime will never cease to exist. However, investigators play a key role in maintaining order and justice. These well trained men and women, are prepared and equipped with the proper…

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    On this particular show, there was a murder-taking place with no clue at all, on who committed the crime. They had recovered some D&A, but there were no past data to make a match on a suspect. The detectives had someone in question on who it might be but no evidence to hold him to the crime. Out of nowhere, one of the detectives on the case was talking to the man in question and somehow saw up his nose a dot of blood no bigger than the period at the end of this sentence. He then grabbed a q-tip…

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    Forensics Vs Hollywood

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    the news media has a large group of followers of televisions movies which involved Forensic Science. In additional, forensic science investigations on television is so interesting and appealing to the audience because of its excitement and story of events which most are from actual real life occurrence. Furthermore, forensic scientist collects evidence at the crime scene, and then analyzes it with high tech equipment in a high tech lab to all eyes that's watching. Forensic science investigates…

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    Forensics Research Paper

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    Bothe Miss Preston Senior Capstone 13 November 2015 Forensics is the scientific study of criminal investigation of criminal cases involving a victim, such as assault, robbery, kidnapping, rape, or murder. Forensic scientist use specific tools and technology to analyze data and clues found at the crime scene. Forensics dates back to hundreds of years ago and is used to this very day. Solving a crime takes lots of time and dedication and is nothing like the things they show on television shows.…

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    well over a century old. With the growth of society, we have become more dependent on the Rules of Law. In response to the public’s outcry to reduce crime, law enforcement agencies have taken measure to minimize crime, and have turned to the scientific community for assistance, for help, and technical support. Today, criminal Investigation revolves around three particular questions: 1. The Who – Which is based on witnesses, and evidence collection and comparison, 2. The How – Which is…

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