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Mockcrimescene

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  • 1. Processing the Crime Scene
  • 2. Processing Crime Scene
    • Document Scene
      • Photography
      • Video
      • Diagram
      • Notes
    • Collection of Evidence
    • Fingerprints
    • Specific Tasks
      • Blood Spatter
      • Bullet Trajectory
  • 3. Crime Scene Report When – time/date of arrival and specific tasks Who - author, each person you had contact with What – tasks performed (chronological order) Where – location of scene, location of suspect, location of evidence How – how was evidence located, how was suspect located, how was evidence processed
  • 4.
    • On 17Nov2010 at approximately 2000hrs, I was contacted by Lt. Bob who informed me that I was needed to process a crime scene. I responded directly to 10 Science Drive apt 3. Upon arrival, I noted that the outside temperature was approx 40deg and the air was clear. I met with Officer Sue informed me that
    • there was a possible suicide/homicide . I walked through the scene and Officer Sue pointed out several areas of interest.
    • I saw that the front door was open and the lights were on. I was informed that this is how the scene was discovered upon first officer’s arrival. Blah blah blah blah
  • 5.  
  • 6. Needed on the sketch
    • Reference Point
    • Orientation
    • Case Information
      • Case number
      • Name of suspect/victim/investigator/author
      • Date/time
    • Scale
    • Legend
  • 7. 1 2 3 4 RP N Item N E 1 2’3” 1’5” 2 5’5” 2’0” 3 3’5” 12’1” 4 4’8” 0’ Case# 09-121-ar Victim:Sandy inv: #58 Not to scale 1”=4’ 4/15/09 1500hr
  • 8. N
  • 9. To hand in…. -Crime scene sketch -Well written crime scene report…listing evidence collected, how processed and theory of what happened -Any fingerprint lifts with identifications
  • 10.