Crime Solvers International (CSI) turns teams into detectives who have to solve a complex crime.
This is much more than just a fun ‘murder mystery’, to succeed the teams will need to work well together to problem solve a variety of issues that are introduced against an ever-increasing background of pressure and time deadlines.
A realistic crime scenario is set to the detecting teams and they are bombarded with a massive amount of information, delivered in a variety of methods. Taped 999 calls, crime scene videos, filmed suspect interviews, photographs, autopsy reports, transcripts, forensic evidence and more all serve to confuse and mislead the detectives. Their task is to sift through all of this and ultimately focus on the task of solving the crime.
Learning and development outcomes
Communication and listening to each other is the key to success as team members are taken away from their tables at certain points to receive vital information which they must relay back to their team. Realistic pressures are introduced along the way to add to the atmosphere of a real crime investigation.