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Program Outcomes - Crime Scene Management Certificate

Upon successful completion of the Crime Scene Management certificate program, the learner will be able to:

1. Develop an awareness of and the ability to identify physical and biological evidence associated with crime scenes. 
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
2. Understand constitutionality as it relates to processing crime scenes and scientific analysis.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
3. Identify the most critical pieces of evidence that could legally be used in testimony in a court of law.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
4. Identify and discuss different types of fingerprints and their classifications
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
5. Describe how fingerprints, bloodstains, & ballistics are helpful in courtroom testimony.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
6. Create both written and verbal communication reports/presentations of forensic findings that would be acceptable in a court of law.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
7. Demonstrate ethical decision making while assessing a crime scene.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
8. Determine the appropriate knowledge/tools/equipment to be used for the processing of forensic findings.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201
9. Demonstrate the appropriate actions and established procedures for processing forensic findings.
CSM 101, CSM 102, CSM 103, CSM 104, CSM 105, CSM 106, CSM 107, AJS 101, AJS 124, AJS 201