Citizen Police Academy – Week 7

Fascinating stuff here. What’s documentary evidence?

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CSI shirt

It was CSI night at class yesterday! So for shits and giggles I had to bust out the appropriate shirt. Heh.

Needless to say, it was a hit with both my classmates and our instructors. One of the Evidence guys saw me and said “The CSI tech is here! The class is yours!” 🙂  Gotta love these guys.

So yes, last night’s topic was Crime Scene Investigations and Fingerprinting. Officer Cluever was back (this guy is a riot!) so it was a very entertaining evening. He tells the best stories!

I didn’t take a lot of notes last night, mainly because since forensics is a passion of mine, I already knew 90% of what he was talking about. But here are a few of the things he went over:

• 3 kinds of evidence – Physical, Testimonial (least reliable) and Documentary

• First officer on scene gives aid to victim…

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Posted on March 14, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Documentary evidence is anything that’s paperwork related, that has been written down. Glad you’re finding my blog series informative! 🙂

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