Teacher: Becky Angelilli (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Course Description: Forensic Science explains the science used in forensic science techniques, specific types of evidence and the techniques to collect and analyze the evidence. The topics covered include crime scene investigation; the collection, handling, and examination of trace evidence such as hair, fibers, soil, pollen and grass; fingerprint, blood and blood spatter examination; DNA, drug, handwriting and tool mark analysis; impressions; ballistics; forensic anthropology; and the determination of the cause and time of death. The class balances extensive scientific concepts with hands-on classroom and lab activities, readings and intriguing case studies.
Required text: Forensic Science-Fundamentals & Investigations by Anthony J. Bertino 2012 copyright
Supply/copy fee: $60 (to be paid directly to Becky Angelilli on or before September 3)
Annual tuition: $480.00 per year ($48.00 per month for 10 months, August – May)
B.S. in Criminal Justice
Becky graduated from VCU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. She worked with the Chesterfield County Police as an Evidence Technician. She was among the first civilians hired to complete the crime scene investigations for the department. Becky has lived in the area her entire life. She has two boys who also attend Bridge Academy. Becky and her family have a heart for missions both locally and internationally. They have been traveling to Nicaragua for the past 6 years, where they have made lifelong friendships.
Teaching: Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation & Social Director
Contact at: email@example.com