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Police Forensic Crossword

Rob Tramonte

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1.This principle is applied to crime scenes in which the perpetrator(s) of a crime comes into contact with the scene, so he will both bring something into the scene and leave with something from the scene
8.Mariners former pitcher, # 50
10._____ vs. Flordia
13.from the French for "putting together" ; refers to a collage
14.The portion of a vehicle's tire that is in actual contact with the road surface
16.When you want to know if your data has changed, you can use ______ analysis to compare the column analysis results for two versions of the same data source
17.In a ____ pattern, one or more of the ridges enters on either side of the impression, recurves, touches or crosses the line of the glass running from the delta to the core, and terminates or tends to terminate on or in the direction of the side where the ridge or ridges entered
18.A polygenic trait of a finger
20.Taking a step in the mud might result in leaving an _____
22.The general common term for a wide range of synthetic or semisynthetic organic solid materials suitable for the manufacture of industrial products
23.Circumferentially separate tire pitch sequences are selectively positioned for suppressing tire noise by comparing waveform representations of the separate pitch sequences in a correlation function and using the magnitude of a Hilbert Transform to identify minima of the absolute value of the correlation function
27.A reference to the popular television shows, such as CSI, raising crime victims' and jury members' real-world expectations of forensic science
28.Mariner's current starting catcher
2.This man was among the first to be tried under the federal sedition law, the Smith Act, in 1940
3.Three ____ Police: Authorities are seeking the public's help in trying to solve the homicide of Cathy Swartz, who was brutally murdered in her townhouse on Dec. 2, 1988
4.Seahawks starting quarterback, #8
5.An image created by light falling on a light-sensitive surface, usually photographic film or an electronic imager such as a CCD or a CMOS chip
6.Type of drawing or sketch used to identify suspects
7.A single friction ridge that has broken into two
9.The process of determining the location of a point by measuring angles to it from known points at either end of a fixed baseline, rather than measuring distances to the point directly
11.The process of breaking a complex topic or substance into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it
12.The ridges run from one side to the other of the pattern, making no backward turn in this pattern
15.α-hemihydrate of calcium sulfate
19.Someone who has firsthand knowledge about a crime or dramatic event through their senses (e.g. seeing, hearing, smelling, touching), and can help certify important considerations to the crime or event
21.A model or pattern to be copied or imitated
24.Acronym for: Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems
25.Any fingerprint pattern which contains 2 or more delta's will be a _____ pattern
26.The ____ is the area of the pattern where there is a triangulation or a dividing of the ridges

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