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rasping ridges. friction ridges. resistance ridges.
Question 13 The acronym C.I.A. stands for crime, identification, and:
acquisition. Question 14 ALS stands for:
Question 15 Patterns of blood stains are known as:
Question 16 Two separate investigative roles can take place. One is the principal investigator, and the other is the: Question options: lead investigator.
second investigator. backup investigator. assigned investigator. Question 17 This type of evidence includes items such as bodily fluids and tissue.
Question 18 This type of evidence is easily perishable or destroyed:
Question 19 The inner area of a crime scene is also known as the:
Question 20 The location in which investigators can store equipment or gather to avoid disrupting evidence is considered the: Question options: staging area. confined area. contaminated area. safe area.
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