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# Talk with your family and den about forensics and how it is used to help solve crimes.
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Complete all of the following.
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# Analyze your fingerprints.
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#Talk with your family or den about forensics and how it is used to help solve crimes.
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# Learn about chromatography and how it is used in solving crimes. Do an investigation using different types of black, felt-tip markers. Share your results with your den.
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#Take your fingerprints and learn how to analyze them.
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# Do an analysis of four different substances: salt, sugar, baking soda, and cornstarch.
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#Complete one of the following:
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# Make a shoe imprint.
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#:A. Learn about chromatography and how it is used in solving crimes. Do an investigation using different types of black, felt-tip markers. Share your results with your den.
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# Visit the sheriff's office or police station in your town. Find out how officers collect evidence.
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#:B. Do an analysis of four different substances: salt, sugar, baking soda, and cornstarch.
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# Learn about the different jobs available in forensic science. Choose two, and find out what is required to work in those jobs . Share what you learned with your den.
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#Complete one of the following:
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# Learn how animals are used to gather important evidence. Talk about your findings with your den.
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#:A. Visit the sheriff’s office or police station in your town. Find out how officers collect evidence. [Note that this may be during the same visit as “Paws for Action”]
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#:B. Learn about the different jobs available in forensic science. Choose two, and find out what is required to work in those jobs. Share what you learned with your den.
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#:C. Learn how animals are used to gather important evidence. Talk about your findings with your den.

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Complete all of the following.

  1. Talk with your family or den about forensics and how it is used to help solve crimes.
  2. Take your fingerprints and learn how to analyze them.
  3. Complete one of the following:
    A. Learn about chromatography and how it is used in solving crimes. Do an investigation using different types of black, felt-tip markers. Share your results with your den.
    B. Do an analysis of four different substances: salt, sugar, baking soda, and cornstarch.
  4. Complete one of the following:
    A. Visit the sheriff’s office or police station in your town. Find out how officers collect evidence. [Note that this may be during the same visit as “Paws for Action”]
    B. Learn about the different jobs available in forensic science. Choose two, and find out what is required to work in those jobs. Share what you learned with your den.
    C. Learn how animals are used to gather important evidence. Talk about your findings with your den.
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