Unit 1. Introduction to Criminalistics.
Topic 2. Personal identification: The detainee’s review.
Unit 3. Fingerprints.
Topic 4. The Police Technical Ocular Inspection.
Unit 5. Lofoscopic footprints at the crime scene.
Unit 6. Evidence of biological materials.
Unit 7. DNA.
Unit 8. Non-biological material evidential indications.
Unit 9. Fire investigation.
Topic 10. Illicit drugs.
Unit 11. Firearms: Forensic Ballistics.
Topic 12. Documentscopy: Graphic Identification
The proposed teaching is based on:
In the principles of activity and participation
In the capacity for reflection and interaction through individual and collective work
In the ability of students to investigate and learn on their own
In building a community of knowledge
Students will have access to the content provided by the teacher, supplemented by readings, book chapters, news, professional experiences, etc.
There will be colloquia that will be held through forums of compulsory participation for students, based on ideas, topics or suggestions proposed by the teaching staff.
In the practical cases, the teacher will guide the reflections of the students and will propose the way of carrying out the practicals.
The tutorials will be carried out by video chat according to the proposed dates.
The evaluation of the subject program includes the evaluation of the teaching and the teaching practice of the teachers, and will be carried out by the response of the students to one or more questionnaires that must evaluate the design of the program, its development and the results of the application same.