Franklin Police and Fire High School Participate in the State of Arizona 8th Annual CSI/Law Competition
Posted by Community Relations at 4/20/2016
Franklin Police and Fire High School participated in the State of Arizona 8th Annual CSI/Law Competition, April 16 at Shadow Mountain High School Metro Tech and Franklin had four Four-person teams each in the Forensic/CSI competition and several Franklin students participated in the Police/Law competition. Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) contestants were evaluated on how successful they were able to process a burial crime scene using Forensic Anthropology Science techniques. Contestants had to secure the crime scene, uncover and recover human bones, provide proper identification and bagging of evidence, perform any lab analysis and DNA testing, gender and age identification, and produce appropriate documentation and reports for the adjudication process. Law Enforcement contestants were evaluated on how successful they were able to manage a Public Disturbance Situation (Mob Control), agency coordination and cooperation, community relations and media management, processing and/or detaining disorderly persons, and testifying in a court and being cross-examined by a defense attorney and prosecutor. The following Franklin students were winners: Flor Benavides, 1st Place: Demonstrating Officer Safety; Manuel Aguilar, Eric Salinas, German Garcia, Jesus Leon, 1st Place Best Search Pattern; Denisse Alonzo, Alicia Verela, Diego De La Vara, Julian Silva, 1st Place Best Evidence Collection.