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Introduction to Forensics

by Liberty University

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Course Description

An introductory overview of forensics and how it is applied to the justice system by law enforcement agencies. This course demonstrates the importance of documenting physical evidence and identifying various kinds of evidence such as fingerprints, trace, tool marks, DNA, etc.

Customer Reviews

Bible/God Thumper

The narrator (possibly author) is all about God! Whenever possible, he drops "God" into his narration. "God saw the murder, now its the forensics technician's responsibility to find out what happened," or something of that nature. It seems like he trying to convert you to Christianity and teach you about murder at the same time. I couldn't stand it -its totally unprofessional and unnecessary. My suggestion: keep your pagan beliefs to yourself and keep to the point buddy. Keep your 'God-speak' out of a scientific process. I couldn't stand it, and you lost me within the first 2 minutes.

Evangelism

Was it really necessary to mention god everywhere.

Really world?

People I find writing comments complaining about talking "God" in this course its just goes to show how foolish they are.I find it so much better as a Christian, to listen to this than others courses that are directly on the course subject matter. Still I rather have this than go to another and be made fun of for believing and loving in my true Christian God. And I'm only in 9th grade and I find this stuff very interesting and would rather have this course than a worldly one. So thank you liberty :)

Introduction to Forensics
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  • Category: Law
  • Language: English

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