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Unit Standard Number 18983 version 2

Unit Standard Title Apply basic forensic science to a scenario.

Element 1 Describe forensic science processes and related


techniques.

PC 1.1 The description identifies two forensic processes and a technique


associated with each process.
Range: processes may include but are not limited to –
identification, measurement, comparison.
QUESTION A:

1 Comparison is an example of a forensic science process.


Finish the table to give two other processes used in forensic science and an example of a
technique used in each one. An example for ‘comparison’ has been done for you.
Forensic science process A technique used in the process
Comparison Fingerprinting

2 Which of the following forensic science questions are examples of comparison?


Put a tick on the line by the question.
a) ______What size shoes did the criminal wear?
b) ______What was left behind at the crime scene?
c) ______Where did the goods come from?
d) ______Are these tyre tracks the same as the ones on the road?
e) ______Do these fingerprints match the ones left on the door handle?
f) ______Is this gold or gold plate?
1.1

ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE Question A


Q A PC Evidence Judgement
1 1.1 Measurement The processes of measurement and
Eg. The length of a skid mark. identification given.

Identification One technique used in each process given.


Eg. Finding out the type of tyre
tread.
2 1.1 d, e One required
QUESTION B
1 Measurement is an example of a forensic science process.
Finish the table to give two other processes used in forensic science and an example of a
technique used in each one. An example for ‘measurement’ has been done for you.
Forensic science process A technique used in the process
Measurement Length of a skid mark

2 Which of the following forensic science questions are examples of measurement?


Put a tick on the line by the question.

a) ______What size shoes did the criminal wear?


b) ______What was left behind at the crime scene?
c) ______Where did the goods come from?
d) ______Are these tyre tracks the same as the ones on the road?
e) ______Do these fingerprints match the ones left on the door handle?
f) ______Is this gold or gold plate?
1.1

Assessment schedule Question B


Q B PC Evidence Judgement
1 1.1 Comparison The processes of comparison and
Eg. Fingerprints identification given.

Identification One technique used in each process given.


Eg. Finding out the type of tyre
tread.
2 1.1 a, e One required
QUESTION C

1 Identification is an example of a forensic science process.


Finish the table to give two other processes used in forensic science and an example of a
technique used in each one. An example for ‘identification’ has been done for you.
Forensic science process A technique used in the process
Identification Finding out the type of shoe a criminal
wears

2 Which of the following forensic science questions are examples of identification?


Put a tick on the line by the question.

a) ______What size shoes did the criminal wear?


b) ______What was left behind at the crime scene?
c) ______Where did the goods come from?
d) ______Are these tyre tracks the same as the ones on the road?
e) ______Do these fingerprints match the ones left on the door handle?
f) ______Is this gold or gold plate?
1.1

ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE Question C


Q A PC Evidence Judgement
1 1.1 Measurement The processes of comparison and
Eg. The length of the skid mark. identification given.

Comparison One technique used in each process given.


Eg. Fingerprints.

2 1.1 a, d, f One required