Introduction to Forensics
by Liberty University
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|3||Crime scene procedures, techniques, and analysis||--||16:16||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||Depth of field: Using the aperture||--||17:17||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||Painting with light: Using the shutter||--||5:37||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||Fingerprint patterns||--||10:27||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||Developing latent prints||--||1:31||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||Collecting DNA: Known and unknown||--||2:18||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||Application of magnetic powder to develop pattern evidence||--||1:41||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||Toolmarks and firearms||--||15:37||Free||View In iTunes|
|11||Firearm evidence potential||--||1:46||Free||View In iTunes|
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.
Nice but very minimal info!
Every section of course says unable to download, I have tried several time using both wifi and no wifi!
Finally after several tries throughout different days I was able to download the course! The course overall was nice but very basic information had some good knowledge but not much more information that you could learn in a basic police academy. I thought it would have greater detail even some of the sections are not more than a couple minutes long. But then again not much of a surprise for free information and no college credit!
So to sum it up great to use and learn if you want the bare minimal basics on the subjects!!
Evangelical Justice ?
While I should have expected it being from Falwels evangelical school. The God-pushing was way over the top for this class subject. The last place I would want to learn criminal justice and the procedures involved would be from a fundamentalist Christian school.