This week we have another two activities for you!
- See if you can navigate our indoor/outdoor-themed crime scene Fact or Fiction!
- Keep your eyes peeled and try to spot the differences between the two sets of images!
How did you do? Let us know at email@example.com!
Fact or Fiction?
Below are several statements about indoor and outdoor crime scenes. Read them carefully and make a guess about which ones are true and which are false!
- Outdoor crime scenes are the most vulnerable to loss, damage, and contamination of biological evidence. Fact or Fiction?
- Crime scenes are easy to secure, regardless of where they’re located. Fact or Fiction?
- Rapid and effective protection of crime scenes can help protect valuable evidence from rain, snow, heat, wind, or other environmental conditions. Fact or Fiction?
- Processing outdoor crime scenes at night doesn’t pose any risks for missing or destroying evidence. Fact or Fiction?
- It is more likely that evidence will be lost or contaminated at indoor crime scenes, because more people are accessing it and going in/out. Fact or Fiction?
- When investigators encounter a crime scene that is partially indoor and outdoor, they should always process the outdoor component first. Fact or Fiction?
Spot the Differences
Compare the images and see if you can identify the things that have been changed between them! There are 8 differences in the balloon-themed pictures, and 7 differences in the popcorn-themed ones!
Let us know if you found them at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Image from rd.com/Getty Images, https://bit.ly/3wa68Jd, accessed June 10th, 2021.
Image from Melvin Vasquez, Courtesy Maggie Moon/Mind Diet, https://bit.ly/3wa68Jd, accessed June 10th, 2021.