DMACC makes learning fun with CSI: Newton
ids take part in Crime Scene Investigation course at DMAAC
There are three different crime scenes at the Blank Park Zoo. The very first scene depicts a victim suffering from a fatal head shot, with blood splatter decorating the walls behind him, and clutching a knife. There is a firearm lying in the northeast corner of the body and bloody footsteps lead up to the corpse, but none lead away from it. What happens next?
“Treat this like your investigating a homicide,” DMAAC Kids College co-instructor and Tracy Dow-Wyatt told her class.
Dow-Wyatt and her husband Michael Wyatt are former FBI agents who are now criminal justice instructors at DMAAC. Thursday, the Wyatts taught sixth, seventh and eighth graders as a part of the Newton DMAAC campus’ Crime Scene Investigation course during the Kids College summer program.
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