Our man on the street interviewer, Travis, chats with Rosary as she describes work that she’s done at crime scenes.
Travis: Hi, I’m Travis.
Rosary: Hi, I’m Rosary.
Travis: Rosary, it’s nice to meet you. Are you having a fun time at ISHI?
Rosary: I’m having a great time.
Travis: Is this your first time at ISHI?
Rosary: It actually is not. This is my third time attending.
Travis: Excellent. Compared to the other events, how’s this bowling event?
Rosary: Um, it’s pretty cool. I’m meeting new people, there’s food. So it’s good!
Travis: So what do you do back in the lab?
Rosary: So I do DNA analysis and I also do crime scenes.
Travis: You go to the actual crime scenes?
Travis: Could you tell me about a real interesting crime scene that you’ve been to before?
Rosary: I’ve been to several. The last one I went to was a police pursuit where the suspect ended up crossing an intersection with a red light. So he ended up going under a big rig. So at the scene, we had to process the suspect vehicle, which was pretty much trapped underneath the big rig. That was the last one.
Travis: Wow, that’s interesting! So, have you gone to any of the talks or workshops for this year?
Rosary: Yes, so I went to one today, which was the Systems and the Validation workshop.
Travis: Ok, did you learn anything good?
Rosary: A lot of stuff that I already knew, and a couple of new things.
Travis: Are you looking forward to any of the speakers tomorrow?
Rosary: Oh yeah! I kind of just briefly looked over what’s going to go on tomorrow and there are a couple of them that I’m interested in.
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