1.) Many people might enjoy watching the latest forensic science show on television and believe they have strongly grasped forensic science and what forensic scientists do, but is that perception accurate? The phenomenon known as the CSI effect continues to attract significant debate as it can potentially impact all areas of the criminal justice system. This discussion examines popular perceptions about forensic science and the role this field has on the criminal justice system.-Summarize the CSI effect and-Evaluate if it is a legitimate concern.-Analyze the effect’s potential impact on at least two elements of the criminal justice system.-Identify how the reality of forensics might differ from perceptions resulting from popular television shows.2.)You work for a small, rural agency that is just starting their own Crime Scene Response Unit (CSRU). So far, it is just you, and an intern volunteering part time for college credit. Your forensic lab is also limited, and any advanced scientific analysis must be sent out to the State Crime Lab.You will be working with a new homicide detective (see the video Crime 360: Welcome to Homicide). While Detective Shane has a senior detective helping him, you are still depended on to ensure the forensic piece is handled appropriately.What are your steps in securing the scene and evidence? What steps will you take to correctly process this scene? Include and specifically address the following:How to thoroughly record a crime scene including searching the scene.-What tools or resources will be needed?-Packaging physical evidence.-Maintaining proper chain of custody.-Identify what types of evidence you might hope to find.