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Claire Reinhard

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2.These cells in hair roots contain DNA (2 words) (2 Words)
5.These can be counted on fingerprints
6.A potential source of danger
8.This proecdure identifies situations that may cause harm (2 Words)
12.To suppose something is the case based on probability
14.These contain information about hazardous chemicals e.g. medical information; dangers; storage
19.Compound, Stereo and Scanning Electron are all types of these
20.An secured area surrounding a crime scene to stop people entering it
23.All informatin gathered at scene is logged into a..... (3 Words)
27.These cards are located in the cab of a vehicle transporting dangerous chemicals
28.Unit of heredity
29.Staff member who perform scientific analysis in a laboratory (2 Words)
34.The main types are A, B, AB and O (2 words) (2 Words)
35.If there is a possibility that a hazard may cause harm it is known as a ....
36.This branch of science detects poisons in blood
37.Also known as Galton Details
38.These are produced at a crime scene and evidence items or body locations are marked on them
39.The application of scientific techniques and methods to investigate crime
40.Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 1996 is also known as
41.These are orange and are used to notify people of dangers e.g. on a bottle
42.A person who "saw" something
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1.Very small evidence is known as
3.Classification made up of the upper and lower limbs, shoulder girdle and pelvis (2 words) (2 Words)
4.This technique allows separation of molecules
7.Single chromosome is also known as
9.Investigator who performs field work (abbreviation)
10.A box containing equipment an investigator needs
11.Oversuits, gloves and booties are examples of this
13.Mass, Infrared, Ultraviolet and Colorimetry are all types of this
15.A type of analysis that involves wet chemistry and instrumental techniques (2 Words)
16.A technique which looks for similarities between two or more samples
17.Clotting caused by antibody binding
18.Genetic fingerprinting is also known as (2 words) (2 Words)
21.This board is used to measure long bone length
22.There are two types of evidence, this is one of them
24.An expert in their field
25.A red blood cell is also known as an
26.GSR is also known as (3 words) (3 Words)
30.These are fired from a gun
31.SOCOs and Forensic Scientists need immunisation jabs for this disease
32.A piece of written, printed or electronic matter.
33.Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is also known as

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