4416
New Hampshire
Blood, Bullets, Ballistics and Bifurcations: How Real CSIs Get the Job Done
Explore the real-world excitement of CSI as you join forensic scientists to participate in crime lab demonstrations, learn about DNA analysis and help solve a mock homicide.
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Program No. 4416RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
625
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At a Glance

Learn from real forensic scientists how crime scenes are examined and how the evidence collected is analyzed at the crime lab. Immerse yourself in the world of DNA, firearms, fingerprints, handwriting and document analysis, and see for yourself how microscopic examinations of hair, fibers and even paper match sticks can place someone at the scene of the crime.
Activity Level
Easy Going
Minimal walking and standing on this program.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Take part in demonstrations in the crime lab to discover how fingerprints are developed.
  • Step into actual "sanitized" crime scenes to see how all the pieces of the investigative puzzle come together.
  • Hear tales of "Monadnock Moments" featuring stories of people and places in the Monadnock region and the unsolved murders of Cheshire County.
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Kim Rumrill
Kim Rumrill is a criminalist for the New Hampshire State Police Forensic Science Laboratory. Her expertise is serology, the science that deals with serums, especially blood. The daughter of a police detective, Kim attributes her studies in medical technology at Colby-Sawyer to her strong foundation for all the science fields in which she’s worked. She is asked four or five times a year to testify in criminal court cases, including some of the most high-profile crimes in New Hampshire.
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Grace Lynn Edinger
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Alan Rumrill
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