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Fingerprint Analysis Lab Activity

Fingerprint Analysis Lab Activity

A fun and educational introduction to criminalistics. Your students will answer the question “Whodunit?” while learning how to dust and develop latent fingerprints. They “lift” sets of prints from various surfaces, turning them over for others to analyze.

• Grades 7-14 • Multiple methods for detecting latent prints

Fingerprint Brush “The breeze”

Fingerprint Brush “The breeze”

Develop and study otherwise scarcely visible fingerprints using high-quality fingerprint brushes.

Fingerprint Ink Strips

Fingerprint Ink Strips

Perfect Prints Every Time Simply peel back the covering on these pre-inked strips and you’re ready to start taking fingerprints.

• Size: 1″ x 5″ • Package of 200

Fingerprint Pad

Fingerprint Pad

Professional-Grade Pad Eliminates the Clean-Up Associated with Ink Leave sharp, black fingerprints on any paper without creating a mess.

• Easy cleanup • Professional grade • Use for forensic studies and fingerprint analysis

Forensic Analysis of Glass Kit

Forensic Analysis of Glass Kit

Can broken glass crack the case?
This lab demonstrates how intrinsic properties of glass can be used to distinguish common types of glass.
• NGSS Physical Science DCIs PS1, PS3 • Pre and post-laboratory assessments • Links to real world concepts • Estimated class/lab time required: 160 minutes over 2-4 days

Forensic Blood Comparison Slide Set

Forensic Blood Comparison Slide Set

Learn to Differentiate Species’ Blood Elements • Identifying features clearly distinguishable • Rigorous quality control standards

Forensic Impressions Lab Activity

Forensic Impressions Lab Activity

Identify and Analyze Physical Impression Evidence Introduce your budding forensic scientists to the many types of impressions taken at a crime scene and how they can lead to solving a crime.

Hair and Fiber Analysis Lab Activity

Hair and Fiber Analysis Lab Activity

How Do Hair and Fiber Differ? In this lab activity, students will learn how to determine the species of origin from a hair sample, differentiate between natural and synthetic fibers, and perform tests to identify the specific type of fiber.

• NGSS Life Science DCI LS1. • Pre- and post-laboratory assessments • Links to a real world scenario • Estimated class/lab time required: 135 minutes

Inert Display Cartridges

Inert Display Cartridges

Use to Safely Demonstrate Bullet Types, Or to Stage a Crime Scene Each one of these unused cartridges has been drilled through both sides and the primer has been drilled out to ensure the cartridges are physically inert and could never be made active. Additionally, the holes through the side make them visually recognizable as inert.

Latent Fingerprint Kit

Latent Fingerprint Kit

Lift Prints Anywhere, Anytime • Mess-free Record Keeping • Convenient Carrying Case

Lightning® Gel Tape

Lightning® Gel Tape

Ideal for Use on Textured Surfaces Featuring a thick, pliable padding that is over 20 times as thick as standard lifting tapes, this fingerprint tape is ideal for lifting details from uneven and textured surfaces.

• Apply the tape initially as you would normal lifting tape, but expect extraordinarily detailed prints.

Magnetic Fingerprint Kit

Magnetic Fingerprint Kit

Professional fingerprinting techniques are easy to complete and duplicate, with this comprehensive kit.

Includes 90 cc Wide-Mouth Powder Jar for Convenient Use With the Magnetic Applicator.

Master Forensics Kit

Master Forensics Kit

Enough materials for an entire unit on crime scene investigation. Apply the disciplines of biology, chemistry, and physics with the materials and procedures introduced in this activity. Several techniques used in forensics are covered and include the analysis of fingerprints, soil, hair, documents, and drugs and poisoning.

• Grades 7-14 • Combination of 5 kits