Mock crime scenes activity

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Mock crime scenes activity

  1. 1. Mock Crime Scenes <br />
  2. 2. Securing and Collecting Evidence<br />Evidence must be properly packaged, sealed, and labeled<br />Liquids and arsons<br />Air tight, unbreakable container<br />Biological evidence<br />Breathable containers so evidence can dry out<br />Prevent mold, kept in freezer<br />Placed in Paper bindle<br />Bindle placed in plastic/paper container<br />Sealed with tape, signature on top<br />Evidence log and chain of custody attached<br />
  3. 3. Evidence Log<br />Contains the following info<br />Case #<br />Item Inventory #<br />Description of evidence<br />Name of suspect<br />Name of victim<br />Date and time of recovery<br />Signature of person recovering evidence<br />Signature of any witness present during collection<br />
  4. 4. Packaging Evidence<br />Size of bindle depends on evidence<br />Small<br />Piece of sheet paper<br />Large<br />Large sheet of wrapping paper<br />Packaging techniques<br />Choose appropriate size of sheet paper for bindle<br />Crease paper (9 squares)<br />Place evidence in center square<br />Fold left and right sides in<br />Fold in top and bottom<br />Insert top flap into bottom flap and tape closed<br />Place bindle into plastic or paper evidence bag and fold bag closed<br />Place seal over folded edge of evidence bag<br />Have collector write their name over the folded edge<br />Wet evidence<br />Place in paper container and allowed to air dry<br />Wet evidence should NEVER be packaged in plastic container when wet (any DNA will degenerate and evidence may become moldy and useless)<br />Controls must be obtained from victim and crime scene and package accordingly<br />
  5. 5. Sketching the Scene<br />Note position of body<br />Position of evidence<br />All evidence should be measured from 2 IMMOVABLE objects<br />Label North<br />Scale of distance provided<br />Include anything in vicinity of crime scene<br />Windows, doors, furniture<br />Outdoor crime scene<br />Position of trees, hedges, vehicles, other structures <br />Final copy of crime scene sketch can be made from original<br />Computer programs<br />
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  8. 8. Turn In Today (at end of class):<br />Medical Examiners Report/Police report<br />List time, location, witnesses, etc.<br />First Arriving Officers Report (rough draft)<br />Diagram/sketch of your crime scene and location of each piece of evidence (numbered)<br />Planted Evidence Collection Sheet<br />Evidence Numbered (from diagram) and each of the following labeled :<br />A. CLASS or INDIVIDUAL and EXPLAIN WHY!!!<br />B. Branch of the Crime lab that would be used to analyze evidence <br />Due For Homework:<br />Evidence Labels (computer generated)<br />Typed Police Report and Medical Examiners report <br />Typed Notes From First responding Officer<br />Typed/computer generated crime scene sketch with evidence labeled and indicated on diagram<br />Evidence Numbered (from diagram) and each of the following labeled :<br />A. CLASS or INDIVIDUAL and EXPLAIN WHY!!!<br />B. Branch of the Crime lab that would be used to analyze evidence<br />Ziploc bags (small and large per group)<br />Any necessary materials for your crime scene<br />What Must Be Included…at least 3 of each of the following:<br />Transitional<br />Conditional<br />Large physical<br />Trace Physical<br />Trace biological (DNA, hair, blood, fingerprint, tissue, plants, bacteria, etc)<br />Testimonial<br />
  9. 9. Group Work<br />Crime scenes<br />16-18 A; 13-15 B; 10-12 C; 7-9 D; 0-6 F<br />

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