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“Criminal Investigation” on Campus

February 8, 2012

Professor Wes Warren’s Criminal Investigation class worked outside, honing their rough sketching skills of a staged homicide scene at BCC’s  center courtyard area.  “Today, my Criminal Investigation students learned how to use Coordinate, Baseline, and Triangulation methods for rough sketching a crime scene.  The weather treated us well, so we took advantage and placed a manikin under a tree as a homicide victim.  President Drumm happened to be walking past, so I yelled out to him that we had a homicide on campus that we were investigating.  He responded that there better not be a homicide on campus!  We all got a good chuckle.”  “The hands-on learning here at BCC sets our education apart from other colleges.  It is one thing to lecture on the subject of rough sketching a crime scene.  But having the students work together as a team makes learning fun and exciting, and that is what BCC is all about.” Warren said.

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