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The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Bullet Striations

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Bullet Striations

Compare Bite Marks to Identifiy the Culprit More than one gun? Your students must examine a bullet that was found at the scene of the crime to discover more details about the events surrounding the murder!

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

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Nature’s Witness Forensic Entomology

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Nature’s Witness Forensic Entomology

Insects Can Tell the Story! The bodies discovered in the cabin crime scene (read story) were unrecognizably decomposing and had large maggot masses on them. Students will learn how forensic entomologists use maggots to determine the post mortem interval (PMI). Students will then examine exemplars of the life stages of two fly species and develop their own personal key for distinguishing between life stage and species.

• Grade Level 10-College • Reuseable Materials

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Prescription for Crime™ Drug Testing and Analysis

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Prescription for Crime™ Drug Testing and Analysis

Was There Drugs Involved in the Crime? With the criminals still at large, your students must decide the identity of the white powder found in the abandoned truck!

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

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Questioned Documents

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Questioned Documents

Determine Whether Fact or Forgery During the investigation of the Mondelo murder, police have turned their suspicion on business partner John Wayne Gretsky, after finding questionable receipts on his desk. Your students must determine if these receipts are legitimate business documents or evidence of a crime. To do this, students must determine objective criteria for hand writing analysis, and then apply these criteria when examining suspect receipts.

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

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Strands of Evidence Hair and Fiber Analysis

The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Strands of Evidence Hair and Fiber Analysis

What Got Left Behind? A large amount of trace evidence was collected during the investigation of the cabin, and recently additional trace evidence has arrived from the Tumbling Water Land Development Co. truck discovered in New Mexico.

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

Toolmark ID Poster

Toolmark ID Poster

Realistic Pictures Help in Identification Many different tools and their respective marks are highlighted on this explanatory poster.

• Size: 24″ x 36″

Toolmark Identification Kit

Toolmark Identification Kit

Examine the Interaction of Tools and Objects With Which They Come in Contact Explore various types of tools, marks made by those tools, and the comparison process used in analyzing tool marks with this comprehensive kit.

• Experience Many Materials

Trajectory Kit

Trajectory Kit

Includes Everything Needed to Measure Trajectories at Crime Scenes
• Reuseable Materials • Math and Physics Intensely Used

Treadprint™ Kit

Treadprint™ Kit

A Convenient Method for Recording Tire Tread Standards • Make Impressions Like Forensic Experts

Ward’s® Drag Sled

Ward’s® Drag Sled

Apply Coefficient of Friction Principles to Your Forensics Lessons Determine the amount of force necessary to create different tire skid marks. Taking into account the composition of the ground or roadway surface, and the weight of the vehicle, this revolutionary sled establishes the force that created specific tire skid marks.

Ward’s® Evidence Collection Kit

Ward’s® Evidence Collection Kit

Collect Evidence like the Experts Gather forensic evidence like a pro with these kits of basic materials and equipment. Lead your class in a series of crime scene simulations and ensure proper collection and documentation techniques by providing high quality supplies.

• Necessary Supplies for Investigations In One Comprehensive Package • Replacements Available • Equipment only (does not include activities)

Ward’s® Fingerprint Classification Chart

Ward’s® Fingerprint Classification Chart

Learn How Forensic Scientists Classify Types Display detailed images and definitions of various fingerprint patterns on your walls for your students to study.

• Size: 21 x 34″

Ward’s® Fingerprint Types Slide Set

Ward’s® Fingerprint Types Slide Set

Identify Individual Friction Ridge Patterns

Ward’s® Gunshot Residue Presumptive Test

Ward’s® Gunshot Residue Presumptive Test

Colorimetric test for trace evidence. This simple, two-part presumptive test will help you quickly determine whether or not a surface has recently been exposed to a discharged firearm.

• Grades 9-12 • Estimated class/lab time required: 30 minutes

Ward’s® Mystery at 323 Maple Street Forensic Simulation

Ward’s® Mystery at 323 Maple Street Forensic Simulation

Students use observational and analytical skills to find out “Whodunit.” A crime has been committed at 323 Maple Street, and your class is the team of investigators assigned to find out where the crime took place, if the criminal acted alone, and even the type of clothing worn by each suspect.

• Grades 6-12 • Real World Case Based Scenario • Combination of 6 Activities

Ward’s® New York Vikings: A Lab Activity in Forensic Anthropology and Geology

Ward’s® New York Vikings: A Lab Activity in Forensic Anthropology and Geology

Analyze human bone, artifacts, and rocks. In this forensic science activity, students will apply hands-on forensic techniques to analyze a scenario involving multiple lines of anthropological, archaeological, and geological evidence from human bone replicas, artifact photos, and rocks.

• Grades 9-12 • Real World Case Based Scenario • Estimated class/lab time required: 180 minutes over 4 days

Ward’s® Sealed with a Kiss Kit

Ward’s® Sealed with a Kiss Kit

Are lip prints like finger prints? Someone has been mailing anonymous love letters to the captain of the football team and sealing each one with a kiss.
• NGSS Physical Science DCI PS1 • Pre and post-laboratory assessments • Links to real world concepts

Where Has My Little Dog Been? Kit

Where Has My Little Dog Been? Kit

Use multiple forms of evidence analysis. Poor puppy Plato was dognapped. Now that he is safely back home, it’s time to test the evidence and determine the culprit of the canine caper.

• Test the evidence and determine the culprit • Six different activities

WiFi microscope 3MP w. stand

WiFi microscope 3MP w. stand

A neat little WiFi microscope with 3 MP resolution and stand. Easy to use for examining small details and surfaces, and includes adjustable built-in LED illumination. When mounted in the stand, allows a slightly larger working distance, and less magnification. When holding it over a surface, you can use the focusing wheel to ensure sharp images at two different magnifications. Supplied with Windows and Mac compatible software for pc use, but can also connect to Android or iPhone/iPad via WiFi.