1.) What evidence is available to the police? Reference: Criminal Investigation The Art And The Science Custom Edition by Michael D. Lyman-Chapter 12, pg.318 The evidence that would be available to the police is the defendant’s fingerprints that were found on the passenger’s door panel. The value of fingerprints at a robbery crime scene is immense, so it is essential to conduct a thorough search of all surfaces in or near the scene that the robbers might have touched. These surfaces include countertops, doors and handles, cash registers and computers, and any furniture encountered by the suspects.
English Compositions I I’m writing about the obstacles I had to have come by returning to school to reach my goal of getting my college degree. If you want to return to school there would be more opportunity and able to get a job that I can enjoy doing every day. Returning to school opens up opportunity in my career and personal life. It will teach me more and give me more experience with the new courses I will be doing. I have always wanted to get my degree in Medical and Criminal Justice.
Emma Yates UNIT 39: From Crime Scene to Court It is the job of the FSI to find and collect evidence left behind by offenders on the crime scene. Using the latest forensic techniques they look for all sorts of evidence. The FSIs follow several procedures. To stop potential evidence being destroyed, lost or contaminated they preserve and protect the crime scene. FSIs then start to work with the investigating officers.
After finding out that one of the suspects was detained, I would take each witness over to the squad car and let them have a chance of seeing if that is one of the suspects. (Without the suspect seeing them of course). This would also determine whether to make a preliminary arrest and would also justify a search of the suspect’s car and property. While still at the liquor store I would view all surveillance videos and try to see if the suspect detained is caught on videotape or at least try to see if his height and build match Next, what I would do is put the suspects in a lineup and have the witness/victim make a positive identification. Before the lineup is done, whether physical or photo, you have to explain to the victim/witness that the purpose of the lineup isn’t only for identification but to also exonerate the innocent.
If you were a juror, what would you say to the other jurors about the reliability of eyewitness testimony? One of the ways is to try and do maintenance rehearsal of the images you saw. If you can keep repeating the images of the crime over and over it should get stored longer. You can also try chunking information about the crime that you think would be important to the police. Also since seeing a crime it could be considered a major event and should get stored in the episodic memory of the long term memory.
The applicants will go through a very thorough background investigation to ensure that the applicant will have integrity, good moral character, reliability, responsibility, dependability and ethical judgment to do their duties as a police officer. An extensive criminal background check will be completed. The police agency will delve into every corner of the applicants life and dissect it. Background checks that are done today evaluate your financial status and even your credit score is disclosed. All previous employers will be interviewed, past residences and neighbors will be questioned, family members, spouses including ex-boyfriends/girlfriends will be contacted, prior contact with police agencies, finger prints are checked, criminal history, and even social media will be carefully looked at as well.
Before being accepted into to the training program, a thorough background check is performed to look for any criminal charges and illegal drug use along with determining if the applicant possesses the necessary stress-resistant personality to handle this career. An applicant that passes the background check attends a final interview with a panel of professionals. After being accepted as a potential 911 dispatcher, a training program must be completed. The BLS stated that programs typically require at least 40 hours of initial training in both a classroom setting and on the job. Training programs usually cover a variety of topics, including professional ethics, domestic violence, radio technology, telephone technology and more.
Special Agent After college, the career field that I plan on pursuing is Law. Public Safety, Corrections and Security are all included in this law field. I want to be a Criminal Investigator or a Special Agent. “The job consist of investigating criminal activities in the Federal, State and local levels of government, prepare reports that detail investigation findings and testify before the grand jury concerning criminal cases” (Kuder). “They also analyze evidence in the lab or in the field, determine if the evidence that is found is sufficient to recommend to the prosecution and they are the ones who supervise the entire investigation” (Kuder).
Interrogations and Confessions George R Williams Forensic Psychology CJ4641 Ms. Chau August 25, 2015 Abstract This paper presents to the reader an overview of the traumatic experience involved in a police interrogation. It also highlights the possibilities of an innocent person confessing to a crime. The thought of giving a false confessing to a crime is preposterous, but it does happen. The trip will begin with a description of the interrogation room. There will be an initial interview with the interrogators.
Three types of goals are career goals, personal goals, and educational goals. My educational goal is to graduate from college with a degree in Business. I choose an online college to go to. When I was a senior in high school I figured it would be about five years before I achieved this goal. But I got side tracked with the events of life, for me to achieve this goal I will have to work very hard on my school work, and I will have to become a better studier.