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Scott Bailey

on 17 September 2018

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Transcript of penny

Objective
I CAN differentiate between
class
and
individual
characteristics and identify the usefulness of both in criminal investigation
Drill:
Assignment
On an index card, create a list of seven to ten ways that you can describe or identify yourself. True statements about yourself.
Example: brown hair, brown eyes, been to Texas, sbailey@bcps.org, weird , etc.

No Name required
Hand this to me, please.
What are some ways you can differentiate between the coins below?
What do all coins have in common?
Exceptions
Describe a Penny
19 millimeters in diameter
weighs 2.5 grams
97.5% zinc and 2.5 % copper
Using the penny I give you, find your partner (they will have the same year)

Complete the Worksheet
HW:
If you did not complete the analysis; finish

Part One: Create an annotated list of ten characteristics that can be used to describe or identify an individual. Five characteristics should be class; five should be individual.

Be sure to explain why each characteristic is either class or individual.

Part Two: Explain the importance of both types of characteristics. Why are both valuable to an investigation?

Example for Part One
1. Blood Type - this is a class characteristic since only four basic types exist. In theory 25% of the population would match each individual.
Today's Plan
1. Money Discussion
2. Penny Activity
3. Forensic Application
4. Annotated ID

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