18 page Wordoc student book covering L3 BTec Forensic Science unit 32. Booklet explains how to collect and record the gathering of evidence from a crime scene.
Unit covers; health and safety, fingerprint analysis, bloodstain analysis, chromotography used to investigate Rf values, extraction of DNA, ballistics, discharge residue, handwriting analysis, hair and fibre identification and bone recognition. Is levelled for and identifies Pass Merit and Distinction areas matched to (separate) assignment brief.
32.1 Gathering evidence from a crime scene.
32.2 Be able to use chemical techniques to analyse evidence collected from a simulated crime scene.
32.3 Be able to use physical techniques to analyse evidence.
32.4 Be able to use biological techniques to analyse evidence.
32.5 Reporting the analysis of evidence from a simulated crime scene
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L3 BTEC SCIENCE Unit 32 practicals and student workbook for forensic evidence collection.doc
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