FSC406H5 • Introduction To 3D Crime Scene Mapping And Reconstruction

Description

This course introduces students to both standard and innovative methods of documenting, mapping, analyzing, and visualizing/reconstructing a crime scene for investigative purposes, including: total stations; laser scanners; panoramic images; and photogrammetry. Course topics range from basic measurement theory and statistics, to legal considerations such as admissibility and preparing courtroom-ready visualizations. Students will learn to use forensic mapping software to create courtroom-ready graphics.

Prerequisites
Enrolment Limits
Priority given first to Forensic Science Specialists and Majors; then Minors.)
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
12L/24P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Forensic Science