For references try to reference the following book:
Swanson, C., Chamelin, N., Territo, L., & Taylor, R. (2012). Criminal investigation (11th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
All questions are based off Criminal Investigation.
-What is the most fundamental purpose of investigation?
-Define and describe probable cause.
-What skills and qualities are needed by investigators?
-What is a questioned document?
-What is the significance in the U.S. Supreme court decision in the case Berghuis v. Thompkins?
-Identify and Briefly discuss 4 reasons why filed notes are important.
-How are solvability factors used?
-What difficulties are caused by an investigator not understanding the capabilities and limitations of crime laboratories?
-Which misconceptions are associated with suicidal hangings?
-Briefly discuss the major factors that should be considered in interviewing rape victims.
-What are some of the major behavioral characteristics of situational and preferential child molesters?
-What are the major provisions of the trafficking victims protection act of 2000?
-What are the elements of the crime of robbery?
-What are the elements of the crime of burglary?
-List 8 ways to identify thieves can get a victims personal information.
-How does a salvage switch work?
-What 6 advantages do cybercriminals have over traditional criminals?
-In what ways are cities an agricultural crime linked?
-If arson is suspected, why should firefighters not alter the premises, such as by mopping up or overhauling the scene of the fire especially by the origin point?
-What role does the drug methadone play in treating heroin addicts?
-How did Osama Bin Laden vault to power in Afghanistan? Name some of the important terrorist incidents that Al-Qaeda has conducted in the last decade.
-Define the following concepts
Competency of Evidence
Competency of witnesses