Todd Wheeler Chapter 14 - Todd Wheeler Chapter 14 1. The...

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Todd Wheeler Chapter 14 1. The three major sources of physical evidence in a sexual assault investigation are the crime scene , the victim, and the perpetrator . 2. S.A.R.T. is an acronym for Sexual Assault Response Team . 3. S.A.N.E is an acronym for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner . 4. Physical evidence can be used to identify or support statements of a suspect in a sexual assault case. 5. The two principle defenses used by a suspect in sexual assault cases are false identification and consent . 6. Evidence that may corroborate nonconsensual sexual activity includes injury to the victim and damage to the victims clothing. 7. The primary goals of the first responder in a sexual assault case are protection of the victim, apprehension of the suspect, and protection of the scene. 8. It is a good practice to keep the crime scene secured until after the medical examination of the victim. 9. Semen evidence recovered at the scene may link the suspect to other assaults. 10.
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