A thorough analysis of a crime scene may take hours and include:
getting the names and phone
numbers of all EMS and fire department personnel, as everyone on the scene will be needed as witnesses at a later trial.
getting copies of all tapes recorded by TV stations. They may contain evidence, and you are entitled to them under the Freedom of Information Act.
photographing the crime scene, identifying evidence, and marking it properly for identification so it can be retrieved by crime scene technicians later.
keeping the chain of custody to a minimum by limiting the number of people identifying, preserving, and collecting evidence.
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