EmtCrimeScene - Crime Scene Operations Temple College EMS...

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Crime Scene Operations Temple College EMS Professions
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Evidence Preservation The most important part of evidence collection is protecting the crime scene
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Evidence Anything that can be used to connect: A victim to a suspect A suspect to a victim A suspect to a crime scene
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The Fundamental Principle It is impossible to be on a crime scene without: Leaving evidence of yourself on scene! Taking evidence of scene with you!
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Evidence Fingerprints Bite Marks Broken Fingernails Documents Blood/Body fluids Blood Splatters Firearms Tool Marks Fracture matches Hair Fibers Paint Glass
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Crime Scene Location where any part of criminal act was committed All entry/exit routes from area where crime was committed
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Evidence Preservation Patient care is FIRST priority of ALL responding agencies
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Initial Approach Minimum number of people necessary (one) Minimum amount of equipment necessary Minimum amount of contact required One person approaches and determines course of action.
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