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Sugerido: 5 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week...

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Programa - Qué aprenderás en este curso

Semana
1
4 horas para completar

Week 1 - What is the "DNA" of a good forensic report ?

12 videos (Total 124 minutos), 7 lecturas, 1 cuestionario
12 videos
Presentation and visit of The School of Criminal Justice7m
Course learning objectives10m
Week 1 Introduction: What is the “DNA” of a Good Forensic Report?14m
Forensic Science and Evaluative Reporting9m
Uncertainty in the Criminal Trial13m
Principles of forensic reporting (Part A): 1st Principle12m
Principles of forensic reporting (Part B): 2nd and 3rd Principles7m
ENFSI Guideline for Evaluative Reporting13m
Conclusion of week 1: What is the “DNA” of a Good Forensic Report?10m
Interview with Prof. Colin Aitken8m
Interview with Dr. Sc. Sheila Willis8m
7 lecturas
Instructors10m
Development Team5m
Guests interviewed10m
Syllabus and Grading policies10m
Discussion forum guidelines10m
Getting started: Break the ice !10m
Additional literature Week 110m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Week 130m
Semana
2
3 horas para completar

Week 2 - Elementary: source is not activity !

8 videos (Total 132 minutos), 1 lectura, 1 cuestionario
8 videos
Part A - DNA recovered on a suspect (1): Hierarchy of Propositions13m
Part A - DNA recovered on a suspect (2): the Weller Case15m
Part B - Gunshot residues recovered on a suspect: The George case26m
Part C - DNA recovered on a victim (1): the Butler and Nealon cases20m
Part C - DNA recovered on a victim (2): Checklist for auditing statements8m
Week 2 Conclusion - Elementary: Source is not Activity !5m
Interview with Dr. Sc. CBE Ian Evett and Prof. Graham Jackson34m
1 lectura
Additional literature Week 210m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Week 230m
Semana
3
4 horas para completar

Week 3 - DNA is not the magic bullet

12 videos (Total 200 minutos), 1 lectura, 1 cuestionario
12 videos
DNA in the lab (1): From Detection to Quantification14m
DNA in the lab (2): From Amplification to DNA Profile21m
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (1) Summary of the circumstances10m
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (2) Low Template DNA13m
Part A - The Knox and Sollecito case (3) Discussion and Conclusion19m
Part B - Transfer and pollution (1) the Jama case10m
Part B - Transfer and pollution: The Probability of Error/Pollution13m
Part C - Transfer and pollution: the Anderson and Scott cases14m
Week 3 Conclusion: DNA is not the Magic Bullet7m
Interview with Prof. Peter Gill27m
Interview with Prof. Pierre Margot37m
1 lectura
Additional literature Week 310m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Week 330m
Semana
4
2 horas para completar

Week 4 - Trials by Numbers or Numbers on Trial

8 videos (Total 98 minutos), 1 lectura, 1 cuestionario
8 videos
Part A - Statistics in Court (1): the Clark and Collins Cases13m
Part A - Statistics in Court (2): the Clark and Collins Cases12m
Part B - The Transposed Conditional (1): Prosecutor's Fallacy18m
Part B - The transposed conditional (2): The Adams and the Dreyfus Cases14m
Week 4 Conclusion: Trials by Numbers or Numbers on Trial ?3m
Interview with Prof. David Kaye19m
Interview with Prof. William Thompson12m
1 lectura
Additional literature Week 410m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Week 430m
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Principales revisiones sobre Challenging Forensic Science: How Science Should Speak to Court

por BPMar 21st 2019

Terrific course. Excellent instructors with essential guest participation and interviews. I'd very much like to see followup courses.

por VVOct 6th 2019

Gives you a strong framework about what considerations a forensic expert has to consider with respect to the evidence vs the court.

Instructores

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Alex Biedermann

Associate Professor
School of Criminal Justice - ESC
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Franco Taroni

Full Professor
School of Criminal Justice - ESC
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Christophe Champod

Full Professor
School of Criminal Justice - ESC
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Tacha Hicks

Scientist
School of Criminal Justice - ESC

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