Descripción: This course builds on the writing principles and processes practiced in COCC150. COCC300 focuses on reading and writing a range of arguments appropriate for academic and general audiences. This course offers students multiple opportunities to both read and analyze varieties of argumentation and to research, write, and revise their own arguments on controversial issues. Students will complete a carefully sequenced series of assignments that will include summarizing, synthesizing, evaluating, and crafting arguments, many of which will be based on library and field research.
Objetivos: Learning Goal: The trainee will possess the knowledge and skills required to process minor crime scenes for latent prints using powder. The trainee will recognize situations that require the use of other processes for developing latent prints. Performance Objectives: At the completion of training, the trainee will be able to: 1. Describe the value of fingerprint evidence, define the term latent print, and explain the difference between a latent print and a rolled print. 2. Identify on a visual, model, or real person the four areas of the body which bear identifiable ridge structure. 3. Describe how a latent print is left on an object. 4. List the three categories, which describe the relative visibility of latent prints and give an example of each. 5. Describe how the visibility and retention of a latent print is affected by conditions associated with human and non-human factors.