Competitors will attempt to correctly identify 20 bones from the human body as quickly as possible. To encourage criminal justice students to demonstrate and improve their ability in properly identifying bones.
Competitors shall wear one of the following uniform types; a uniform consistent with current standards in law enforcement patrol (no duty belt), lab coats (matching; slacks, shirt, shoes (no tennis shoes) ), or matching jumpsuits.
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large enough to accommodate competitors, judges, and a table containing bones.
This is the Official Scorecard for the event Anthropology.
|Time Based||Lowest Score Wins|
Competitors/Teams that fulfill the requirements of a penalty will have the penalty seconds added on to their time. Some penalties are added per infraction and some are single use.
|Incorrect or No Identification of Bone|
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