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    Mock crime scenes activity Mock crime scenes activity Presentation Transcript

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