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Casey Anthony Case
There is a lot of information on this case. You’ll be looking at the case as the original case investigator, who didn’t know the court outcome as you do. I look forward to your portfolio.
For your final Portfolio Project you must put all the pieces of the course together and choose a crime to hypothetically plan your response to it. This exercise will demonstrate to you the complex process that is involved in creating a crime scene, investigating it, and interviewing victims, witnesses, and suspects.
Portfolio Milestone Deliverables
The following deliverables are due before midnight on Sunday of Weeks 2 and 5, respectively:
- Week 2: Topic Submission (10 points of the Portfolio Project)
- Week 5: Portfolio Annotated Bibliography (25 points of the Portfolio Project)
Using primarily the internet, course readings, and other scholarly articles and books, assume the role of a crime scene investigator and criminal profiler.
- Choose a homicide case from your area, the internet or the library.
- Describe how the crime occurred (location and victim or victims should be noted as well).
- Describe what the investigator will do when arriving on the scene. What observations will be made at the crime scene?
- Discuss your interview plans for the victim(s), witness(es), and suspect(s).
- What evidence will you collect? How? And why would this evidence be collected (that is, what is the significance of the evidence to the case)?
Write a 7- to 8-page paper, not including the title and references page, formatted per the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. It must cite a minimum of seven scholarly resources(e.g., academic journals and academic textbooks) to carry out your research for this paper. Google Scholar and the CSU-Global library are excellent resources for this project. Wikipedia and Cliff Notes are unacceptable resources, for example, as are blogs, newspaper articles, and editorials. You are also encouraged (but not required) to use civil and criminal cases.