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Forensics Field Trip

  On April 12, the forensics science class comprised of Sam Hays and Shadric Dake, along with instructor Mr. Caraway, ventured to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to meet with the staff of the Forensics Department. Sam, Shadric, and Mr. Caraway began their day with a tour of the facilities and had the opportunity to take an in-depth look of the Douglas County Property and Evidence Room. The group passed through more stringent security procedures the deeper they traveled into the Property and Evidence Room. Sam Hays said that it was fun to witness all of the various objects that had been confiscated by the police force over the years, such as narcotics, firearms, and forensic files. After their tour, the Osceola students had the chance to speak with one of the investigators who investigated the 2002 Norfolk Bank Robbery Shooting and hear how the forensics unit was able to discover evidence that lead to the eventual arrests of the bank robbers. Overall, this field trip served as a unique experience for Sam and Shadric to see a real-world application of the forensics lessons that they had been learning about all year!

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