Virtually Killed for Teams
What Is the Virtually Killed Experience?
An online crime scene investigation that will see your team work together to investigate a murder. Designed by former senior Scotland Yard detectives and forensic scientists this virtual CSI event is based on a real murder case.
Immerse your team, push boundaries and open your eyes to the challenges faced by detectives and crime scene investigators. Run through a series of forensic challenges, giving the opportunity to solve the case through the actual methods employed by real scenes of crime officers.
- Work in teams to investigate a murder
- Designed by former senior Scotland Yard detectives
- Crime storyline based on real life murder case
- Fully managed with a virtual host
- Initial briefing will explain everything involved
- Work in small crime teams (zoom rooms)
- Live access to the crime scene looking for clues and collecting evidence
- Use real CSI techniques to solve the crime
- Duration is 1.5 hours
- Participate from absolutely anywhere
What is the Storyline of the Virtually Killed?
CEO Jonathan Buckley has been found murdered in his office. From fingerprinting, police statements, DNA and much more the teams will try and solve the crime and catch the murder.
Delve into your team files, police statements, evidence and snippets of information. This all helps to solve the crime of the bloody murder.
How does the Online CSI Event work?
Start with a briefing from our crack team who will explain everything involved in the event. Then break off into small crime teams (in Zoom rooms) to start exploring the case files in more detail.
During the virtually killed live experience guests will access the virtual crime scene looking for clues and collecting evidence.
The event is fully managed to ensure it runs smoothly.
What Video Conferencing Software is Best?
We recommend Zoom for most our virtual team building activities as it has more features than most other platforms. We can run it on Microsoft teams, BlueJeans, Google Hangouts, Webex etc. We just run it slightly differently than on Zoom.
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