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crime scene analysis

Crime Scene Analysis

Chapter 2

Crime Scene Investigation site

processing the crime scene
Processing the Crime Scene
  • Physical Evidence: encompasses any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a crime and its victim or a crime and its perpetrator.
  • Not all crime scenes require the collecting of physical evidence – when would they not?
responsibilities of the first police officer at the crime scene
Secure and isolate the Crime Scene

Record the Scene




Conduct a systematic search for evidence

Collect and Package Physical Evidence

Maintain Chain of Custody

Obtain Controls

Submit Evidence to the Laboratory

Responsibilities of the first police officer at the crime scene
the enrique camarena case a forensic nightmare
The Enrique Camarena CaseA Forensic Nightmare
  • When did case occur?
  • Where did these murders take place (country)?
  • What made this such a difficult case from the forensic standpoint?
  • What type of evidence was eventually used in court?