UNH professor to teach 'Investigating Homicide' to high school students
The University of New Hampshire is offering a new online course this summer for students entering grades 8 to 11 called "Investigating Homicide." Billed as a youth enrichment program for "aspiring homicide investigators," the two-week class will use video re-enactments of crime scenes and other tools to teach students about evidence gathering, witnesses interviews, the forensic science used by detectives and the laws to consider when deciding whether to bring criminal charges.
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