Course Description

FSI: Forensic Science Goes to Court (9th the 12th grades) WEEKS 1 AND 2
A burning car, multiple missing persons, dry bank accounts and suspects galore – this murder mystery is not for the faint of heart. Campers will participate in laboratory techniques commonly used in the forensic industry, as well as examine a mock crime scene. The accumulation of evidence through drug analysis, blood spatter examination, fire debris composition testing and other practices take part over a two weeks of investigation. Both weeks are encouraged for the full experience. Week 1 campers conclude their initial investigation by acting as the Grand Jury by establishing probable cause and screening criminal indictments. Week 2 campers continue to strengthen their case and finish with criminal sentencing in a mock trial where the accused face their accusers. Will the deceased receive justice? Or will the suspect be released by lack of evidence? You decide.
Instructor: Staff, Temple University College of Science of Technology



July 8 - July 19, 2019 (2 Weeks) 9 AM - 4 PM

$625 (plus $30 materials fee) 

NOTE: You must attend both Week 1 and Week 2 when purchasing this camp session. You are not able to only attend Week 2 when purchasing this camp.

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