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LECTURE ONE

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Forensic Science
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FSC239Y5
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Ragab, H

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Thursday Sep/8/2011 Peel Regional Forensic Identification Service(FIS) Constable James Lidstone Forensics: methodical gathering & analysis of evidence to establish facts that can be presented in court Where does FIS fit?  Crown attorney  Centre of forensics  Coroner  Homoside, robbery, special victim unit  Forensic pathology FIS mandate  Exam & record & photograph scenes  Examination of articles for finger print & physical evidence  Preparation & presentation of evidence for court  FIS objectives  Search for evidence for the court The methodology currently taught to the FIS -> ACE-V standard  A= Analysis; of evidence  C= Comparison; found vs. unknown  E= Evaluation; agree or disagree  V= Verification; peer review Sufficient uniqueness to individualize -> nature doesn’t duplicate itself, each fingerprint is completely unique to every one Types of finger prints: Arch, Tent arch, Loop, Double
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