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SCAN0223 - 8 In a death investigation the following should...

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Unformatted text preview: 8. In a death investigation the following should be done to the victim (assume permission has been obtained from the medical examiner): a. ‘bag the hands b. collect any loose evidence on the body c. check the ground around and under the body d. all of the above 9. Videotaping for documentation purposes at a crime scene is an acceptable substitute for: a. photography b. sketching c. note taking d. none of the above 10. Disposable gloves should be worn while handling and collecting evidence at a scene in order to: a. avoid depositing fingerprints on evidence b. avoid depositing sweat residues on evidence 0. protect scene personnel from potential biological hazards d. all of the above 11. The most important single consideration in collecting and preserving a loaded or potentially loaded weapon as evidence is: a. ensuring that the weapon is safe to handle b. avoiding depositing any fingerprints on the weapon 0. packaging the weapon in a see-through container d. accurately recording the cylinder position of the firing pin on a revolver 12. The principal reason AFIS is useful in law enforcement is: a. it uses computers b. it allows large files to be searched for single prints 0. it requires almost no training to use 13. When a latent fingerprint is compared with a known inked print, how many “points” of comparison are required before a positive ID can be made? a. at least 4 b. 9 c. 12 d. No fixed number ...
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