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Forensics Review

Mr. Pierson

Complete the puzzle as a way to study for the final exam in Forensics

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5.red blood cells
7.unknown sample
13."Every contact leaves a trace"
17.a type of evidence that can be traced to one specific source
19.placing fibers in bleach, acid, base, and acetone
20.doctor that was found innocent due to a left handed killer
21.way of classifying prints using computers; developed by FBI in 1999.
22.anti human serum mixed with human blood will clump; a test that tells us animal or human
25.high profile case involving a military family; convicted for the murders of wife and kids
27.a type of goat hair
29.created scars on fingers when he tried to burn off his prints
30.killer convicted based on fibers found on victims; matched fibers from carpet in house
33.test that recognizes blood; reaction producing light when sprayed
34.a type of fiber from sheep hair
36.fluid part of blood
39.most common type of natural fiber
41.can be used to separate dyes from fibers, pens, and even M&M's!
42.divide the medulla diameter by the hair's diameter to calculate this
44.where the air sacs and pigment is located in hair
46.where the blood came from
51.looking at the tail to determine where the blood came from
54.police attempt to establish this; any person would believe that suspect committed crime
55.dividing a scene into different areas is this search method
56.where all of our local dna tests, fingerprints, etc go; located in Roseville
58.although time consuming this is the most effective search method
62.another type of print we studied
63.when a bloody object rubs against a non-bloody object leaving a stain
65.your favorite forensics teacher :)
66.spent 11 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit; convicted based on eyewitness
67.ridges enter one side of finger and exit from same side
69.testing the fibers behavior as it approaches and is heated within a flame
71.weave pattern that looks like a staircase
72.first use of precipitin test; told us stains where blood and not wood dyes
77.crime lab handling a crime involving alcohol, tobacco, or firearms
78.study of crime relating to the mind
79.blue jeans, hair color, and, blood type
80.if blood falls at anything less than 90 degrees, stain will appear ______.
81.a test: phenolphthalein + blood = pink
82.cuticle pattern common to humans
83.resting phase of hair growth
85.a federal rule of evidence meaning evidence relates to a specific case
91.system of classification based on specific body measurements
92.examination of bite marks and dental identification
94.weave pattern that looks like a checkerboard
95.a type of minutiae that is located in the center of loop and whorl patterns
96.a type of evidence that can be traced to a group of people or things
97.______ kidnapping; first use of silver nitrate as a way to develop prints
98.responsible for clotting of blood
100.a type of minutiae
104.fibers that occur in nature
105.tough, clear outside covering of hair shaft
106.anything that proves or disproves a fact
107.________ splatter is a sign that the drop fell from a higher hieght.
110.A forcibly removed hair will appear to be ________ upon examination.
114.type of print made by forming imprint of ridges in soft surface
120.a type of arch pattern that looks like a "hill"
122._______ prints; prints that are essentially invisible
123.needs a chamber to help develop prints; works well on metal and glass
124.how we choose a fingerprint developing technique, as well as powder color
125.if a drops falls at 90 degrees, the stain will appear ______.
126.a general way to remember the processing of crime scenes
127.a medulla pattern common to only animals
128.pattern requires all ridges to enter from one side and exit from the other
129.straight haired people would have this cross section
1.chemical turns from solid to gas and sticks to oils left by fingerprints
2.the line or ______ search is a fast method to search a crime scene
3.pattern of print that must have 2 deltas and 1 core
4.a type of loop that opens towards the thumb
6.a test to see if fiber breaks down to form acid or base when heated
8.crossing of t's and dotting of i's
9.used to see watermarks, florescent powders, location of fibers
10.weave pattern that creates long floats
11.study of physical evidence
12.traces of this poison found in Napolean's hair
14.a log of who has held control of evidence
15.when a non-bloody object alters an existing stain
16.dna, fingerprints, and large glass fragments
18.fancy lettering, curls, loops, or circles
23.member of crime scene team who determines method of death
24.Hair is resistent to chemical and biological ______________.
26.cells that produce antibodies to fight off foriegn substances
28.found knifed to death under a bridge; didn't find killer due to improper prosecution
31.considered to be the father of forensics
32.use a sin formula to help us determine this
35.most serious type of crime
37.search method best suited for circular crime scenes
38.states what evidence is and isn't admissible in the court of law
40.ability of evidence to prove something that is material to a crime
43.the most common type of blood
45.type of print that can be seen by naked eye
46.Hair is ________; it clings to things.
47.needs heat to work, most common chemical technique to develop
48.can be used to lift prints; as well as collect trace evidence like hair or fibers
49.a type of minutiae
50.________ classification: a scheme that assigns every person a ratio
52.convicted for murder of wife; based on all kinds of class evidence found in wood chipper
53.use of a lie detector
57.a medulla pattern that can be common to both humans and animals
59.known sample
60.two prisoners with the same name and nearly the same measurements
61.the least common type of blood
64.the study of insects
68.common type of weave pattern
70.a speeding ticket, jaywalking, and littering
73.bullet analysis: study these to see if they line up
74._______ Standard - created in 1923
75.physical method for developing prints
76.found guilty for the murder of girl; likely innocent b/c he was convicted based off of hair
84.a federal rule of evidence meaning evidence proves something
86.first officer protocol when he/she arrives on scene
87.most common type of fingerprint pattern
88.________ hair can form split ends.
89.fibers that are manmade or adapted from natural fibers
90.a study of body fluids
93.______ evidence - called real evidence because these are tangible items
96.member of crime scene team who tests evidence in lab
98.most common type of artificial fiber
99.contact stain that shows a recognizable image of where it came from
101.spongy interior core of hair
102.testimony by a witness stating not what he/she say, but what others have said
103.At an impact of 30 degrees blood drops begin to produce this
108.a type of arch pattern that looks like a "mountain"
109.______ evidence - also called testimonial evidence
111.phase in which hair is ready to fall out
113.a way of documenting a scene by drawing; showing compass, evidence, scales, etc
115.first stage of hair growth; lasts approximately 3 to 5 years
116.impact area of a drop of blood
117.crime lab handling any kind of mail crime
118.minutiae formed by triangular pattern of ridges
119.a type of loop pattern that opens towards the pinky
121.can be found in hair root

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