Keiser University Fort Myers campus student Alexis Garcia Campana is practicing class lessons while collaborating online and also working on a farm.


Because latent prints are invisible to the naked eye and require processing for proper detection and documentation, the Crime Scene Technology program student creatively used soil to process a latent print and then compared the sample with fingerprints from coworkers.


Keiser University’s Associate of Science degree in Crime Scene Technology prepares students with fundamental competencies in the areas of recognizing, documenting, collecting, preserving and presenting physical material for use as evidence in legal proceedings.


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