February 18, 2022


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“Sherlock Bones” Gives BioMed Students Real World Forensics Experience

Submitted by Lee Ann Morrison, Research Fellow, and Justice and Law Enforcement, Kentucky Center for School Safety From the desk of Tiffany Blazina, Personnel/Public Relations Director of Crittenden County Schools Officer John Shofner spent National School Resource Officer Day doing what he loves best–interacting with students. Working with high school teacher Casey Evans, facilitator of the district’s biomedical pathway, Shofner created an outdoor crime scene in alignment with Project Lead The Way’s “Sherlock Bones,” part of the curriculum’s Human Body...