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C RIME S CENE I NVESTIGATION L AB I NVESTIGATIVE J OURNAL PART I: T HE B ASICS (Notes, rather than full sentences, are fine) What do you see when you walk on the scene? What are your observations?
What questions do you have based on what you observe? How did the blood get on the floor if there aren't any apparent wounds? Why is her body in such an odd position? How long has her body been on the floor? Whose brown hair is on the victim’s clothing? Why is the vase broken? How did the blood get in the corner of the table? Whose bloody fingerprint is on the doorframe? Why is the pizza untouched? Whose fingerprint is on the fountain? whose footprint is in the garden? Whose light hair was on the fence? What physical evidence will you attempt to collect from the scene? Is there evidence to collect that is NOT at the scene? If so, what? A blood sample, a soil sample from inside the house, the comment cards, soil samples from the yard, hair samples from the victim, the brown hair found on the victim's clothes, the light hair found outside, the receipt for the pizza, scrapings from the blood stain on the table, impression of the fingerprint on the door frame or the section of the doorway that the fingerprint is on, an

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