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One Bite Out of Crime Kit

One Bite Out of Crime Kit

Learn the Principles of Forensic Odontology Teeth not only provide a unique identifier for each person, they also last longer after death than any other physical element.

• Personalized Jaw Impressions • Easy to Use Dental Charts

Personal ID/ Fingerprint Cards

Personal ID/ Fingerprint Cards

Record a Complete Profile of Your Suspects • Keep your suspect’s information consolidated in one area • Record both fingerprints and personal information • Fast ink absorption

Science Behind Ballistics and Firearms Kit

Science Behind Ballistics and Firearms Kit

Do firearms leave a fingerprint? In this lab, students will learn background information on different types of firearms, and how a ballistics expert might use that knowledge to assist in crime scene investigations.

• NGSS Physical Science DCIs PS1, PS2, PS3 • Pre and post-laboratory assessments • Links to real world concepts • Estimated class/lab time required: 120 minutes over 2-4 days

Sherlock Bones: Identification of Skeletal Remains Kit

Sherlock Bones: Identification of Skeletal Remains Kit

Is the victim a male or female?
This lab provides students with experience with the process of epiphyseal union as well as using Vernier calipers.
• NGSS Life Science DCIs LS1, and LS2. • Pre- and post-laboratory assessments • Links to a real world scenario • Estimated class/lab time required: 45-60 minutes

Simulated Blood Typing “Whodunit” Kit

Simulated Blood Typing “Whodunit” Kit

What Is It Like to Analyze a Crime Scene? This lab addresses several different approaches for conducting a crime scene investigation. Its scenario-based activity allows students to become detectives and determine “”whodunit”” while using Ward’s® completely safe Simulated Blood.

• NGSS Life Science DCIs LS1, LS3 • Pre and post-laboratory assessments • Links to real world concepts • Estimated class/lab time required: 45 minutes over 1 day

Standard Magnetic Applicator

Standard Magnetic Applicator

Release Powder Easily, Even Overhead A favorite among teachers and students, this ergonomically-designed magnetic applicator has a powerful magnet to hold a large amount of magnetic powder.

• Easy Release • Ergonomical design

Stereomicroscope Trio-123

Stereomicroscope Trio-123

This new stereomicroscope is characterized by a nice design with a practical carrying handle, along with sensible specifications.

Stereomicroscope Trio-124

Stereomicroscope Trio-124

This new stereomicroscope is characterized by a nice design with a practical carrying handle, along with sensible specifications.

The Cartridge Family — Plastic Cartridge Replicas Set

The Cartridge Family — Plastic Cartridge Replicas Set

Use to Safely Demonstrate Bullet Types, Or to Stage a Crime Scene • Safe Alternative to Ballistics • Various Sizes Included

The Case of the Contaminated Creek

The Case of the Contaminated Creek

Standards-aligned for optimal use! Analyze macroinvertebrate species, hair samples, glass samples, lip prints, DNA data, and other assorted clues as students try to deduce why someone attacked a woman while she was taking samples at a creek.

• Materials for 30 students • Digital teacher/student manuals with answer keys • Fake Facebook pages, suspect videos, and more!

The Case of the Kidnapped Cookies Lab Activity

The Case of the Kidnapped Cookies Lab Activity

Identify the Culprit and Stage a Trial
Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? In this cross-curricular caper, the beloved Otis Spunkmeyer is kidnapped and the students have to figure out which of their staff members took their warm chewy cookies.
• The set comes with enough materials for 30 students, a teacher’s guide, student worksheets and casebooks, and a rubric • A microscope, required, is available separately

The Case of the Missing Mascot Lab Activity

The Case of the Missing Mascot Lab Activity

Deduce, Try, and Convict the Culprit The school mascot is taken. There’s a note, some strange-looking leaves, a mouth guard and some white fibers left at the scene. Who took the mascot?

• Includes enough material for 30 students, a teacher’s guide, student worksheets and casebooks.

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Bite Marks

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Bite Marks

Compare Bite Marks to Identifiy the Culprit During the car crash investigation, John Wayne Gretsky presented a bite mark on his arm as an alibi, claiming he was bitten in a bar fight. Your students must determine if he was bitten by a bar patron, or maybe by a victim of the car crash!

• Grade Level 10-College • Links to a real world scenario