Crime_Scene_Outline

Crime_Scene_Outline - Crime Scene Outline Define the...

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CHS 3501 Survey of Forensic Science Jeannette Perr Page 1 of 3 1/19/2008 Crime Scene Outline Define the following terms… Buccal sawb: Finished sketch: Physical evidence: Rough sketch: Class characteristics: Standards/reference sample: Substrate control: Chain of custody: Comparison: Identification: Individual characteristics: Product rule: Reconstruction:
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CHS 3501 Survey of Forensic Science Jeannette Perr Page 2 of 3 1/19/2008 Physical evidence: any object that can establish that a crime has been committed or can link a crime and its victim or its perpetrator. recognize document collect preserve Crime scene Processing 1. Recognize a crime has been committed 2. Know what you have to do to secure the scene 3. Evaluate the scene and form a plan of attack 4. Document everything § notes § sketches § pictures § video Be methodical, systematic and thorough If possible, a single person should supervise to avoid confusion and duplication of effort
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course CHS 3501 taught by Professor Perr during the Spring '09 term at FIU.

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