1. What are the benefits of taking notes in an investigation?
2. What is a “fusion center” and how can it be helpful in investigations?
3. What is ViCAP and what does it do?
4. What affects rigor mortis in a dead body? Is rigor mortis a permanent condition?
5. Why do women often not report a rape?
6. What is the surreptitious collection of DNA and is it legal?
7. What is Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy?
8. How is a burglary different than a robbery?
9. How do dye packs help in robbery investigations?
10. What is more prevalent, residential burglary or non-residential burglary?
11. How does a salvage switch work in vehicle theft?
12. Name three ways identity can be stolen.
13. What are some of the advantages cyber criminals have over regular criminals?
14. What are some indicators of use of accelerants in an arson fire?
15. What are some of the names of drugs known as opiates?
16. What is the Wahhabi movement and how is it connected to terrorism?
17. What is the difference between direct evidence and real evidence?
18. What is the preponderance of evidence and which side must prove it?
PLEASE short answers and
These are the materials you will need for this course:
· Swanson, C., Chamelin, N., Territo, L., & Taylor, R. Criminal Investigation, 11th Edition, McGraw-Hill