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Forensic Science 12

Jonathan & Alana 1st 9 wk Study guide

List 5 resposibilities of first responding officer Report evidence to detectives in the case protect & preserves eveidence tapes off scene classify scene collects evidence
Who are the second to arrive on the scene of a scene & what are their job resposibilities Investigator works with detecive to collect evidence & recreate crime scene
List & describe four steps that crime scene investigators usee to recreate the scene of a crime Classify crime scene primary secondary condition of ccrime scene location of crime scene
objestive to be fair
systematic taking step/ in order
3 reasons CSI mut throughly document a scene recreate evidence connect evidence know position of items
crime scene survey The initial walk through conducted by investigators
Chian of custody Correct procedure for ensuring that evidence is properly tracked labeled and identified
Created by: kmcgradyscience