Forensic Science Course Level 3

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Unit 1: Intro to forensic science

What is forensic science?
Scientific diciplines - Chemistry, Biology & Computing

Unit 2: Crime scene investigations

The role of forensic science services
Health and Safety
Crime scene preservation
Documentation of the scene and evidence
Recognition and recovery of physical evidence
Transportation and storage of evidence
Chain of custody

Unit 3: Computer based electronic evidence

Gathering digital forensic evidence and principles of doing this
Common types of storage devices
Recovering and packaging of digital evidence
Transporting digital evidence
Written record

Unit 4: Crime scene investigation equipment

General equipment
Optional eqipment
Specialised equipment

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Unit 1: Intro to forensic science

What is forensic science?
Scientific diciplines - Chemistry, Biology & Computing

Unit 2: Crime scene investigations

The role of forensic science services
Health and Safety
Crime scene preservation
Documentation of the scene and evidence
Recognition and recovery of physical evidence
Transportation and storage of evidence
Chain of custody

Unit 3: Computer based electronic evidence

Gathering digital forensic evidence and principles of doing this
Common types of storage devices
Recovering and packaging of digital evidence
Transporting digital evidence
Written record

Unit 4: Crime scene investigation equipment

General equipment
Optional eqipment
Specialised equipment

Unit 5: Analysis of crime scene evidence

Inspect and prepare submitted items
A range of chemical, biological and physical techniques applied to forensic analysis
DNA and body fluid analysis
Bloodstain pattern analysis
Fingerprint analysis
Physical impression and imprints analysis
Trace evidence analysis
Arson analysis
Explosives and ballistics analysis
Drug analysis
Documents analysis
Digital equipment analysis
Interpreting results

Unit 6: Presentation of evidence

Presenting findings Written and oral skills Computing skills

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