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Maui Police Department Offers 2017 CSI Camp

January 18, 2017, 11:18 AM HST
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4-H Tech Connect (from left) members Kacee Arase, Cassidy Matsuda and Kristi Echiverri participated in a hair and fiber lab activity to solve a mock crime. Other hands-on activities included analyzing fingerprints and footprints, career paths in forensic science and criminal justice, and a DNA presentation by Maui Police Department CSI Tony Earles. Courtesy file photo 2015.

The Maui Police Department is currently accepting applications for its 2017 CSI Camp.

The camp is a Crime Scene Investigation experience created for high school juniors and seniors, and is limited to 12 students.

The 2017 CSI Camp is scheduled for June 19-23, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Topics include: crime scene photography, scene diagramming, testing for blood, bullet trajectory, fingerprints, human remains recovery, polygraph and autopsy.

Interested students should submit the application, available on the County of Maui’s web site, on the Police Department page, by April 13, 2017.


For more information call (808) 463-3830 or email [email protected]

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