The Process Of Solving Crime

1109 WordsFeb 29, 20165 Pages
I. Do you believe in Justice? II. Today we will be talking about the process of solving crime III. Because I am in college to study Criminal Justice with the intentions of pursuing a career in Forensic and Criminal Investigations, I feel confident in telling you about what I have learned so far dealing with Crimes and how to solve them. IV. In order to explain the process of investigating and solving a crime, we will look at the different types of crime, The different types of departments assisting the crime, the methods of solving the crime, The outcome (Transition: Let 's start by talking about the different types of crime.) Body I. There are four categories of crime…show more content…
D. Statutory Crimes 1. Statutory Crime - A Violation of a specific state or federal statute and can involve either property offenses or personal offenses. 2. Examples would be Alcohol- related crimes such as (DUI) or selling alcohol to a minor (Transition: Now that we have talked about the different types of crime, let’s look at the types of departments that help assist with the investigation.) II. The Departments that assist with investigations A. Criminal Scene Technicians / Forensic Scientist 1. Crime Scene Techs help analyze the scene and collect the evidence for the forensic scientist. 2. While the Forensic Scientist will take that evidence and analyze it to find the matter of death, time and piece the clues together that are important to find the suspect. They analyze all evidence does not have to be a case involving death. As well as there are many types of forensic science fields. B. Detectives 1. A Detective is an individual whose business it is to observe and provide information about alleged criminals or to discover matters of secrecy for the protection of the public. 2. Detectives work with police and forensics to help analyze evidence, get
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