Criminology Final Set 7
|What are the most common justifications for one to search without a search warrant?|| 1. Consent|
3. Public Place
4. Plain View
|Who created the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin?||Kimberly A. Crawford|
|FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin says that||States that law enforcement agencies should have a well-crafted policy on search warrants that guides officers who respond to crime scenes so that the admissibility of evidence will be ensured.|
|The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin should...||1. Explain how officers can make a warrantless entry of the crime scene to do an initial assessment of the danger to life or safety and destructibility of evidence.|
2. Provide steps they can take to resolve a particular emergency (such as protection sweeps, searches for destructible evidence, diagramming, photographing, videotaping, etc.
|To make sure the crime scene is pristine||What is the main goal of the crime scene investigation?|
|What are the four policies by D.H.Garrison Jr.'s on protecting the crime scene?||1. The officer assigned to crime scene's main entry must log in all visitors. Absolutely no undocumented visitors should be allowed into area.|
2. All officers at the scene must complete a standard report describing their involvement and their specific actions while at the scene.
3. All visitors must make available any requested exemplar ( hair, blood, shoeprints, fingerprints, etc.) for elimination purposes.
4. The highest ranking officer entering a crime scene must assume responsibility for all subsequent visitors to the scene.
|Overlapping||Photographins the entire scene in a clockwise manner.|
|Rough Sketch||Prepared by investigator at the crime scene.|
|Finished Sketch||Prepared later by a professional for presentation in court.|
|Strip Search||Searchers look for possible evidence by walking side by side.|
|Spiral Search||Searchers follow other in a concentric circle from the outside to the center of the crime scene.|
|Zone Search||Scene is divided into quadrants, with each quadrant searched by one searcher.|
|Wheel Search||The searchers start at the center of the crime scene and "spoke out" in different directions to the outer limits of the scene.|