Crime Scene Investigation



23 November 2018

Related Subject Area:
Science


As part of their Forensic unit assessment, Applied Science Level 3 students took part in processing a simulated crime scene to gather forensic evidence. This evidence was then analysed so the students could come to a conclusion.

Throughout the Forensic Science unit, students are taught how to gather and analyse a variety of evidence types. This learning is assessed through the use of a simulated crime scene, requiring students to assume the roles of crime scene investigators and work as a team to process the evidence in the correct manner. This evidence is then analysed and a conclusion is made as to what occurred at the scene.

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