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November 2018

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Class Notes: Algor mortis with formula for calculating Time Of Death.  Livor Mortis.

Chap 11/8 PPT
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Class Notes:  Upcoming Lab Supplies.  Livor mortis, Rigor Mortis.

Lab supplies: Label all with your name on a piece of tape.

1) Glass Bottle (Bring right to classroom before per 1)
2) Fiber - Old clothing or rag
3) Hair - Age and gender of owner if not you.  In a bag please.
4) Shoe box that fits your foot.

There is time before these items are needed!  Just giving you a head start to make it easier.
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Class Notes: Rigor
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Election Day
Superintendant's Conference Day
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Class Notes: Etiology of injury/illness to death investigation
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class notes: Types of Injury / Trauma
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Finish Death Investigation!  TEST TUESDAY!
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TEST - Death investigation.
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SUPAman visit

Image result for james t spencer

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EARLY DISMISSAL!

Only per 1-4 today  :(

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Conference Day

Rev at Conference

watch "The Secrets of The Body Farm" National Geographic PBS video.

TAKE NOTES!
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Rev at conference
Conference Day

Video
Watch National Geographic's "Inside the FBI Crime Lab" video

TAKE NOTES!
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Micro and Macro World PPT

microscope types - video
comparing microscopes-video
Microscopy PPT



Class Notes - Microscope intro

Micro world PPT.  Types of microscopes



Class notes - light microscopy

Real vs. Virtual images.

Refraction, ROYGBIV

Polarization.



class notes: polarizer and Microscopy PPT


Virtual Compound Microscope

Virtual microscopes all types

Firearms ID  GREAT VIRTUAL COMPARISON MICROSCOPE!


microscope lab
a) Newsprint
b) paper money
Both under 1) Steroscope 2) compound LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH power.
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Early dismissal ... no per 9  :(
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Thanksgiving Break

Robert Di Nero on Turkey

Thanksgiving Turkey I WILL SURVIVE 

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October 2018

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One year ago today...
Las Vegas Country Music Concert shooting

cell phone video from back of concert

CNN links and video

About Steven Paddock (CNN) Video




Finish Bertillion Lab measurements

Bertillion Measurements Lab


Lab Background 

Lab pictures PPT

Will West Case PPT
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Test Chapter 1.
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Class Notes: Finish Bertillon Lab, explain write-up format.  DUE FRIDAY

Lab to include:
1) Data sheet (First page of lab)
2) calcualtions (OMIT class average)
3) Type uo answers to questions
4) Type up Discussion section (Explain lab purpose, use in forensics, pros/cons, Will West Case)
5) % Error = (Actual-Experimental) / (Actual) *100.
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Parent night

SUPA Forensics expectations

SU Academic Integrity Policy

Welcome Parents

Parent Night Letter


class notes:  Types of crime scenes.

SU Crime scene PPT

Crime Scene Investigation PPT


 
Crime Scene Movie Project
You may work alone, or in a group up to 4 people. 
1)Brainstorm a storyboard depicting a crime being committed
2) Design your own working crime scene, and show how it would be processed based on your modus operandi
3) Demonstrate the seven "S"'s of a crime scene
4) Include ID and collection/preservation of evidence.  EX: Blood Spatter, Hair, Fiber, Toxicology, Fingerprints, Graphology, profiling/stalking.
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7S's, Mount Kisco CSI (PPT), Triangulation

HW: Pick your Crime Scene Video project group.  List group on paper and submit.

microscope, graphology, balistics, FBI, CSI effect, 7S's






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Columbus Day

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Putnam County Haz Mat at residential waste disposal day Scene safety! PPT

SU Crime scene PPT to slide 51.  Securing and making a record of the scene.  Paper, plastic, metal can. 7S's of the crime scene
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SU Crime scene PPT

Crime Scene Investigation PPT

 Mount Kisco CSI
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Finish CS.  CS project information.


Student crime scene video

Student crime scene video (Ninja Massacre)
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class notes: Intro to triangulation.  Rough and smooth sketches.  Make project groups, develop base story line.
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More work on CS project.
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Review, triangulation, CS project
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Triangulation Lab
Body 1, Body 2, hammer, ring stand, gray sneaker, pink sneaker, perimeter
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Test Chapter 2 - Crime Scene Analysis.
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Triangulation Lab part 2 ... replace the objects back to exactly where they were on Wednesday.  Finished rough sketch due at the end of class.


HW:  Notes
Work on Crime Scene video!  FINAL Outline DUE MONDAY!

Include 1) your scenes 2) How you are going to show the 7S'sEither e-mail to me or bring to class Monday. (One per group)

Video's shared to Revensonm@mahopac.org
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class notes:  Death investigator jobs.  Coroner vs. ME. Estimating TOD with MORTIS'

class notes: Intro to Pathology.  manner, mode, and casue of death.

Death - Meaning, Maner, mechanism, cause  video

class notes: explanations of manner's of death.  Homicide vs. justifiable homicide

class notes: 4th ammendment, privacy, injury.

Calcualting Time Of Death (TOD)

Body Farm - National Geographic video

petechiae - pictures

Autopsy - starts at 18:00 video

Virtopsy - virtual autopsy video
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Intro to death investigation

Chapter 11(Bertino) Chap 8 (Spencer): Death: Meaning, Manner, Mechanism, Cause, and Time

Chap 11/8 PPT

class notes:
Metabolites.  Succinyl choline to succinic acid.  Killer Nurse story.

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Chap 11/8 PPT

to slide 15.  Ante, peri, post mortem.  Injuries ante, peri, post.  Khashogi update/story Saudi Consulate in Turkey death.  (Hand back and review exam chap 2)
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Class Notes: Cause, Manner, Mode of death.

Coroner vs. Medical examiner
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Class Notes: PPT to slide 27.  Cause, Mechanism, Maner of death.  Local Pipe bombs in mail.  Guns in Poughkeepsie schools ... warrentless search.  E-mail links to viruses.
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All Crime scene movies due Monday ... Start of group presentations.  E-mail link (Youtube or similar upload) or Share to Revensonm@mahopac.org


Class Notes: To slide 32.  Assisted suicide...Homicide or Suicide?  Dr. Jack Kevorkian.  Homicide vs. justifiable homicide.  OD on drugs ... charge the drug dealer?  Shooting death ... charge the gun dealer?
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Crime Scene Project video presentations start!

All projects DUE.
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Crime scene project video presentations
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Finish Crime scene project video presentations

The Science Behind Halloween
     

 

September 2018

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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How to write a lab report
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Welcome to SUPA Forensics!

Have Class Expectations signed.

Follow registration instructions given in class.  Log on and register!

CHE 113
Ref# 30399
Sec# 183
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History Of Forensic Science - Chapter 1

Bertino PPT
Chapter 1

Intro to FS PPT

Colleyville HS Intro to FS PPT

Chapter 1 checklist
Chapter 1 skills
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HW: Outline Chapter 1 in textbook.  Using bullet points is fine.



Follow registration instructions given in class.  Log on and register! DUE Thursday
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Rosh Hashana

L'Shana Tova שנה טובה5779



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NEVER FORGET

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-Tr0u35Tek AA Flight 11 call from flight attendant #3 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLW0jKKRXMo First 5 min TOWER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP51TrbyfsI FDNY Chief Orio Palmer

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class notes - chicken floats video Questions

Observations! Practical experiment.





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Observations practice. 

Class notes:
How well did you do on the video?

 Selective attention test

Eyewitness basics PPT
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Observations lab - The Rogue Penny Due Friday 9/21


Factors affecting preception.



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I pre-plan the weeks lessons here.  After class, I adjust the wen site to reflect what we did and move items around.  This allows you to see what's coming up.
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Finish Observations lab - The Rogue Penny Lab report DUE FRIDAY.  Follow guidelines discussed in class.  Be specific with your class and individual characterisitcs and points of minutae.

How to write a lab report









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List/discuss Factors affecting preception.

Eyewitness basics PPT




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Yom Kippur
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Class Notes: Witness questions.  Witness vs. expert witness.

Frye and Daubert Standards



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Frye and Daubert State standards for admissability in court

Frye's Backstory

Frye case and the history of the polygraph


Frye case

Daubert case summary




Class notes: Frye vs. Daubert.  Direct vs. Indirect evidence. Locard's Exchange principle.

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Class notes: Finish Frye Vs. Daubert standards and differences; levels of crimes. violation, misdemeanor, felonies; civil vs. criminal cases; precedents; prepoderance of evidence and reasonable doubt; plaintiff vs. defendant; Miranda case study.
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HW: Bring Chrome books for tomorrow's class!


class notes: warranted vs. warrentless searches, (List 4 circumstances a warrentless search is allowed), obtaining a warrant., Probable Cause doctrine,  Fruit of the Poisonous Tree doctrine.



You've been stopped and arrested for DWI ... now smile for the mug shot???  Woman   Man

Leandra's Law





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Historic Development


Bertillion Measurements Lab


Lab Background 

Lab pictures PPT

Will West Case PPT

crime scene computer recreation
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HW DUE : 1)Outline chapter 2.
2) Bertillion Lab write up.   Lab and Background 


Follow lab write up guidelines discussed in class.  How to write a lab report

Crime Scene PPT

Chapter 2 PPT

How to write a lab report

Bertillion Lab Data sheet

Bertillion data card

Incarcerated twins story.  Who's telling the truth.  Did he really blame his brother OR is he trying to get his brother out of prison since he has a life sentence?

Chapter 2 PPT
Recording/preserving the crime scene
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Pep Rally schedule
Per 1 720-756
Per 2 759-835
Per 3 838-914
Per 4 917-953
Per 5 956-1032
Per 6 1035-1111
Per 7 1114-1150
Per 8 1153-1229
Per 9 1232-1308
Rally 1308-1402

Bertillion Lab measurements

Bertillion Measurements Lab


Lab Background 

Lab pictures PPT

Will West Case PPT
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