CSI: Forensic Challenge

A group sitting around a table wearing white bodysuits and taking part in a CSI Team Building Activity
Suspects are displayed on a board during a CSI Team Building Activity

Step into the world of crime scene investigation with this amazing CSI team building activity.  This is your chance to unravel a true crime using some of the latest forensic detective technology. Their challenge, using a real process of investigation, is to solve the mystery and identify the murderer and motive.

During this CSI team building activity, our head of investigation will teach your team how to properly examine a simulated crime scene. Your team will also use their observational skills to create a composite sketch of a suspect using the same software used by police agencies around the world. They will then implicate the suspect after carrying out a variety of forensic techniques.  These techniques include simulated blood typing, blood spatter analysis, fingerprinting, glass analysis, luminol detection of simulated blood and DNA analysis.

Before your CSI team building activity begins, our team will transform your meeting or conference room into the ‘Operations Hub’ where teams will carry out their investigations.  They will also set up a crime scene in the room.  Teams will be able to visit this crime scene throughout the event to gather evidence and also find clues to help with the investigations.  Once the room is set, it’s time to begin!

At the start of the event, we will provide each team with their own “Crime File”, which contains everything they need to know about the investigation. We will also present the teams with the cold, hard facts and visual evidence of a real-life crime. Each person is also given their own examination kit, comprising of a one-piece white bodysuit, masks and gloves. After kitting up it is time for the investigation to commence! Your task is to investigate the crime, using forensics to prove it.

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