Forensic Science

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Mind map of the key aspects of Forensic Science

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Forensic Science
1 Precautions to take when collecting evidence to avoid cross-contamination
1.1 Wear protective suits with a hood
1.2 Wear gloves
1.3 Place evidence in separate bags
1.4 Use tape to prevent people entering the crime scene
2 Examples of when it is used
2.1 Causes of death
2.2 Kidnapping
2.3 Fraud
2.4 Poaching
2.5 Forgery
2.6 Burglaries and break-ins
2.7 Traffic accidents
2.8 Car jacking
2.9 Murder
2.10 Historical crimes
2.11 Identifying bones
3 Types of evidence
3.1 Fingerprints
3.2 DNA
3.2.1 Different for all people
3.3 Blood
3.4 Soil
3.5 Glass
3.6 Fibres
3.7 Bullets
3.8 Drugs & chemicals
3.9 Handwriting
3.10 Footprints
3.11 Tyre tracks
3.12 Broken/bent objects
3.13 Liquids
4 Possible jobs
4.1 Lab technician
4.2 Fingerprint expert
4.3 DNA analyst
4.4 Toxicologist
4.5 Chemist
4.6 Anthropologist
4.7 Medical examiner
4.8 Handwriting expert
4.9 Computer technician
4.10 Pathologist
5 The process
5.1 Interview witnesses
5.1.1 Can be unreliable
5.2 Collect physical evidence
5.3 Study evidence
5.4 Analyse the scene
6 Gathering evidence scientifically to use in court
7 Popular crime drama
7.1 NCIS
7.2 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
7.3 The Mentalist
7.4 Bones
7.5 Law & Order
7.6 Sherlock
7.7 Breaking Bad