Crime Scene Briefing

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Call out and briefing is Investigators and forensics personnel are notified (called out) to respond to an incident scene. The forensic technician should record the date and time the call-out is received. The forensic technician should record arrival time at the incident scene and the time the briefing commences and a document the names and identification numbers of all personnel present. All investigators and forensics personnel responsible for processing the crime scene should be present at the briefing. The briefing is typically conducted by a patrol sergeant or the first responding officer at the crime scene. The person conducting the briefing provides personnel with the details of the case based on available information. Prior to leaving the crime scene, the forensic technician should conduct a final walk-through of the crime scene to ensure that all evidence and equipment are collected. So I would walk through the crime scene such her bedroom and the exit and entry of the house to make sure all fingerprint and witness statements are accounted for, and all pictures of the crime scene…show more content…
The blood was located on an old mattress found in the bedroom of John Couey. When collect blood, on large solid objects, cover the stained area with clean paper and seal the edges down with tape to prevent loss or contamination. If impractical to deliver the whole object to the Laboratory. And last is the fingerprints found on a cardboard box, and glass table that was in his bedroom. When lifting fingerprints latent fingerprints are marks left at the scene of a crime that may not be immediately visible to the naked eye. To expose them, technicians use fingerprint powder, fuming, and other techniques. Identifying these fingerprints is an important part of evidence collection developed latent should also be marked or sealed in marked envelopes, Photograph-developed latent with and without identifying markings and

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