Room equipped for simulating and solving crime scenes through scientific application of police techniques.
Room equipped for simulating and solving crime scenes through scientific application of police techniques: use of material for carrying out technical visual inspections, securing the scene, latent fingerprint development techniques, treatment and collection of evidence...
In different sessions, students replicate the techniques used in police visual inspection of a crime scene, practice latent fingerprint development through the application of various solutions, practice recovering fingerprints and using them in fingerprint identification, learn about forensic technology and the different techniques of scientific crime investigation, as well as the methodology of usual expert reports in criminal matters. These sessions are highly practical, guided and supervised by the professor, in order to bring the student closer to the reality of the profession.
These activities are carried out by students of the Undergraduate Degree and Dual Degrees in Criminology. Some subjects studied in this space are Criminalistics Workshop I, Criminalistics Workshop II and Private Investigation Techniques.
The Criminalistics Workshop has:
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