Complete the Evidence and Crime Scenes Analysis laboratory activity by, following the procedural and safety instructions in the Forensics Student Manual.

Prior to beginning this activity, please thoroughly read the instructions for this activity in this week’s s Student Manual. Always follow all safety recommendations. Ensure you have all of the supplies you need before you start the activity. Some activities may need to have elements prepared in advance. Remember, the time requirements listed are an estimates only, and individuals may need more or less time than the estimates to complete the laboratory activity.

Complete the Evidence and Crime Scenes Analysis laboratory activity by, following the procedural and safety instructions in the Forensics Student Manual. Taking notes for later use in your written report, the student manual provides a note-taking guide that may be helpful for later use in your written report. You can find supplemental resources including, videos, simulations, and tutorials on the eScience Labs Student Portal. The first time you access the student portal, you will need to set-up an account. Follow the directions within the Student Portal Resources section of your Forensics Student Manual to access the portal’s resources.

Your written report due for this laboratory appears in this week’s Assignment tab.

In order to prepare for your assignment, watch these video segments:

Discovery of Crime Scene

Crime Scene: Evidence Collection

JD Buck Savage at the Crime Scene

Use the information in this Crime Scene Scenario to prepare for this assignment. Please read the attached document first before viewing the video below

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