Transition Year students at Davitt College had the opportunity to become C.S.I. investigators and solve a real life crime on February 6th 2013. Using a number of pieces of evidence gathered from a crime scene, students were required to solve the crime. Modern techniques such as D.N.A. profiling and blood sampling were used in conjunction with the more traditional methods of finger printing and microscopic analysis. Based on analysis of the evidence gathered, the students were able to positively identify the culprit.