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Crime scene management

  1. 1. IMPORTANCE OF CRIME SCENE: COLLECTION & PRESERVATION OF EVIDENCEPresented By:Abdul Hafeez Bhutta Hammad Ahmed QureshiGroup Members: Zubair AhmadSyed Ameer Abbas MB.Din Ikram HaiderRizwan Yousaf Syed Amir Abbas SahiwalHassan Mahmood Asghar Hayat
  2. 2. EVIDENCE / JUSTICEO you who believe! stand out firmly forjustice, as witnesses to Allah, even as againstyourselves, or your parents, or your kin, andwhether it be (against) rich or poor: for Allahcan best protect both. Follow not the lusts (ofyour hearts), lest you swerve, and if youdistort (justice) or decline to do justice, verilyAllah is well-acquainted with all that you do.(Surah Nisa – Verse 135)
  3. 3. Forensic Science"Wherever he steps, wherever he touches, whatever heleaves, even without consciousness, will serve as a silentwitness against him his fingerprints or his footprints, but hishair, the fibers from his clothes, the glass he breaks, thetool mark he leaves, the paint he scratches, the blood orsemen he deposits or collects. All of these and more, bearmute witness against him. This is evidence that does notforget. It is not confused by the excitement of the moment.It is not absent because human witnesses are. It is factualevidence. Physical evidence cannot be wrong, it cannotperjure itself, it cannot be wholly absent. Only humanfailure to find it, study and understand it, can diminish itsvalue.“Dr. Edmond Locard (13 December 1877 – 4 May 1966)
  4. 4. “Every contact leaves its trace.”
  5. 5. Crime Scene Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is suspected of having occurred. PRIMARY CRIME SCENE: The original location of a crime or accident. SECONDARY CRIME SCENE: An alternate location where additional evidence may be found.
  6. 6. The ABC of Investigation• Assume nothing• Believe no one• Check everything
  7. 7. Why Crime Scene Is Important??• The Identity of the Victim…• The How, What and Why…• Mental Culpability…• Who is (are) the Offender(s)…• Evidence…
  8. 8. Processing a crime scene• Isolate and secure the scene• Document the scene• Search for evidence• Collect and package evidence, maintaining the chain of custody• Submit evidence to the crime lab
  9. 9. Search Strategy, Basic PrinciplesA crime scene search is planned, coordinated,and executed by law enforcement officials tolocate physical evidence.Crime scenes involving suspected or confirmedweapons of mass destruction (WMD) (nuclearand/or radiological, biological, chemical, orexplosive agents) should be handle only byqualified personnel.
  10. 10. The First Steps• The first officer to arrive at the scene is responsible for securing the crime scene.• First priority should be given to obtaining medical assistance for individuals in need of it and to arresting the perpetrator.• As soon as it is possible, extensive efforts must be made to exclude all unauthorized personnel from the scene.• Once the scene is secured, the preliminary exam must begin.• Recording of the crime scene becomes a critical piece to the investigation process.
  11. 11. Recording Methods• Photography• Sketches• Notes• Videography
  12. 12. Search Strategy, Preparation Personnel • Briefing of involved personnel  personnel assignment  types and handling of evidence • Manpower • Supply (food, water, medical assistance … ) Equipment • Packaging material • Protective clothing for personnel Documentation • Paperwork (a. o. handover from shift to shift) • Photograph, videotaping
  13. 13. Search Strategy, StaffPersonnel/ Responsibilities: Team Leader Photographer Sketch Preparer Evidence Recorder Evidence Recovery Personnel Specialists…
  14. 14. Search (Patterns) Use a search pattern (grid, parallel or spiral). Search for evidence from the general to the specific. Be alert for all evidence. Search entrances and exits.
  15. 15. Collecting and packaging evidence• One individual should be designated as the evidence collector to ensure that the evidence is• collected, packaged, marked, sealed, and preserved i n a consistent manner• Each item must be placed in a separate container, se aled, and labeled• Most fragile is collected and packaged first• Different types of evidence require specific or special collection and packaging techniques
  16. 16. Packaging and Preserving Evidence
  17. 17. Right or Wrong?
  18. 18. Right or Wrong?
  19. 19. Right or Wrong?
  20. 20. Right or Wrong?
  21. 21. Right or Wrong?
  22. 22. Thank You
  23. 23. Any Questions??

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