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    • 1. South Puget Sound Community College
    • 2. Forensic Homicide Investigation
        • HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION:
        • -ONE CHANCE! DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!
        • -Highly professional and specialized undertaking.
        • -Profound duty w/ awesome responsibilities
        • -Effective investigations:
        • Mechanical aspects of death
        • -Motives/Methods
        • -Wound structures
        • -Crime scene details
        • -Human behavior
        • -Sources
    • 3. Forensic Homicide Investigation
      • Clinical approach to death
      • -detached from victim
      • -empathy v. sympathy for family
      • Team player
      • Truth seeker
      • Open mind
        • -3 basic principles:
        • Rapid response to scene
        • Evidence consideration
        • Immediate notification to homicide detail
        • Five components of practical homicide investigations:
        • Teamwork
        • Documentation
        • Preservation
        • Common sense
        • Flexibility
    • 4. Forensic Homicide Investigation
      • The Crime Scene:
      • Primary crime scene
      • Other crime scenes
      • Evidence at the crime scene
      • Investigation starts here
      • Identify dimensions of the crime scene
      • Establish/protect the crime scene
      • Preliminary investigation at the scene
      • Victimology
    • 5. Forensic Homicide Investigation
      • Equivocal death investigations:
      • Staged crime scene
      • Change homicide.
      • Redirect investigation.
      • Arson.
      • SUMMARY:
      • DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!
      • Investigative strategies (take each to its fullest):
      • Assess victimology of the deceased.
      • Evaluate types of injuries/wounds on victim versus weapon
      • Conduct necessary forensic exam
    • 6. Forensic Homicide Investigation
      • 4. Examine weapon
      • 5. Evaluate behavior of victim/suspects.
      • 6. Establish a profile of the victim
      • 7. Reconstruct/evaluate the event.
      • 8. Compare investigative findings with autopsy.
      • 9. Corroborate statements with evidentiary facts.
      • 10. Conduct/process all death investigations as if they were homicides.

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