DIY CSI

Have you taken your fingerprints? Let's see them! Upload a photo to the bottom of this page.

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DIY CSI - CSIHere are mini-lessons on how to do your very own CSI work at home. Now you can find out who has been eating all the cookies!!!

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DIY CSI - CSIDusting for fingerprints
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You will need
  • Something to dust your print off (a mug/window)
  • Powder Brush
  • Cocoa/Talcum Powder
  • Sticky tape
  • White card/White paper

How to
  • To be sure your fingerprint will be nice, rub your finger in your hair or on your nose so it can obtain the natural oils.
  • Place your finger on the place you will be dusting (mug/window).
  • Dip your brush into the powder you are using.
  • Lightly sprinkle the powder over the place you left your fingerprint.
  • Gently blow the loose powder away.
  • You should be able to see your fingerprint.
  • Being very careful, use the tape and gently place it on your newly discovered fingerprint, but be careful not to smudge it.
  • Gently lift the tape up, you should be able to see your fingerprint on the tape.
  • Place the tape with the fingerprint on a clean piece of white paper or white card.
  • If everything went well, your should be looking at your fingerprint on the piece of paper.

DIY CSI - CSIThis DIY CSI can be found in the first Issue of the CSI Magazine. Thanks to them for this DIY CSI.

Let's see those fingerprints!
(Note: Please don't put photos of GSR or leave coment like "GSR rocks" or other coments that have nothing to do with DIY CSI. Thank you.)

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DIY CSI - CSILifting fingerprints with superglueDIY CSI - CSI


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Let's see those superglue fingerprints!

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DIY CSI - CSITrace Evidence
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You will need
  • Sticky tape
  • White card
  • Large Piece of white paper

How to
  • This DIY consists of two methods, but first you need to find a room with lots of trace evidence.
  • Method 1:
  • Start lifting the trace evidence using your tape. (on the back of chairs, on the carpet...)
  • Once you've collected the trace on your tape, being careful, peel the tape back and stick it to your white card.
  • Do this many times around the room your processing!
  • Method 2:
  • If you have things in your room you can shake (pillow, mats...) the trace evidence off, you should use this next method.
  • Place the large piece of white paper on the floor.
  • Shake your object over the large piece of white paper. Your trace evidence will fall onto the paper.
  • Pick up the trace by using the tape like before.
  • Once your finish collecting all the trace evidence, you can start analyzing it. It's usually done using very hi-teach instruments, but you probably don't have any at home. If you have a microscope, you can analyze your evidence with that. If you don't have anything, then just use your eyes.
  • Did you figure out what you've collected?

DIY CSI - CSIThis DIY CSI can be found in the second Issue of the CSI Magazine. Thanks to them for this DIY CSI.


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DIY CSI - CSIToxicology(Acid or alkaline?)DIY CSI - CSI

Ever wondered how lab techs tests for suspicious materialos such as drugs?
You will need:
  • A saucepan
  • A strainer
  • A jug
  • Clean water
  • 2 red cabbage leaves
  • 3 tablespoons(45ml) of lemon juice
  • 3 tablespoons(45m) of vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon(15ml) of baking soda
  • 3 small glasses
How to:

  • Fill a saucepan with 1.5 liters of water
  • Add the red cabbage leaves(shredded) in the water
  • Boil the water for about 5 minutes
  • Cool the water for half and hour
  • Strain the liquid in the jug
  • Name the three small glasses from one to three
  • Divide the liquid equally into the three glasses
  • Add the lemon juice to glass #1
  • Add the vinegar to glass #2
  • Add the baking soda in glass #3
  • Look at the colour of the liquid. If the liquid has turned red, the substance is acidic. If the liquid has turned purple the substance is alkaline. If it stays the same color, the substance is neutral

DIY CSI - CSIThis DIY CSI can be found in the Third Issue of the CSI Magazine. Thanks to them for this DIY CSI..

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Fake RUVIS Light
Find Fingerprints easily
Have you ever wanted to see how this amazing tool RUVIS Light works ? That is your chance
You will need:
A Cybershot Camera (this feature is able to many other cameras but this one is for sure)
An empty glass
How to:
  • Touch your hair or your head with your fingertips
  • Touch the glass with your fingertips-make sure that you leave good fingerprints-
  • Take everything to a dark place
  • Open the camera and push softly the shoot button -softly and continously so that a red or green light is emitted through the camera-
  • The red or green light will reveal you your fingerprints
  • In order to photograph them you will need another camera
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