Introduction

2023 National Forensic Science Week Puzzle Crime Scene Examination Wordsearch

2023 National Forensic Science Week Puzzle Crime Scene Examination Wordsearch

Puzzle Instruction

  • To view and complete the puzzle in a separate window, click the expanding arrows in the tool bar above the puzzle title.
  • To input your answers click the first character of the item, which will be highlighted in yellow, and then click on the last character of the item.
  • Answers can be found in all directions - forward, backward, diagonal, etc.
  • Answers will turn green if you are correct!
  • To view all of the answers, click the KEY ICON in the tool bar above the puzzle title.

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