While analyzing several types of hair, I have concluded it can become very tedious and time consuming. I was unaware of the construction of a single strand of hair. Consisting mainly of cuticle, cortex, and medulla. While looking with magnification, the major parts composing a strand of hair can be seen, including dogs and cats. … Continue reading Hair Evidence Lab
In order for a victim to receive the correct medical attention emergency medical professionals must know their blood type. Not all blood types can receive different blood types. AB blood type is the universal recipient, this is because they lack both A and B proteins making it possible to receive both type A or B … Continue reading Importance of Blood
The fabric lab proved that the two different kinds of fabrics have very distinct characteristics. Natural fabrics are originate from animals or plants. Such as wool coming from sheep and cotton deriving from the cotton plant. Synthetic fabrics are man made such as nylon and polyester. I found that natural fabrics have a large filament … Continue reading The Fabric Lab
In my eyes fingerprinting is an underestimated field of study. Six years of studying fingerprints along with exams throughout the job experience is what it takes to analyze fingerprints as a profession. Everyone obtains their own set of unique fingerprints, making it a very distinguishable trait to identify in a crime. For example, the Night … Continue reading Fingerprinting Analysis
Crime March 1, 1932, Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. was abducted. The son of Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh was taken from their second floor nursery, at around nine p.m. After the 20 month old son was discovered missing the parents were informed at around ten p.m. The New Jersey State Police were then informed … Continue reading Lindbergh Baby
Noticing everyday insignificant things is important to the scientific method during detection. Sherlock Holmes would notice how many stairs are in a staircase that he would travel on everyday. Average people would continue walking up and down the staircase without noticing. Sherlock Holmes was below average to say the least, he did not have a … Continue reading Why Should You Notice What’s Around You?