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Forensics Crime Scene
How are photos used to record crime sc…
What are the 4 search patterns?
What does "Chain of Custody" mean?
Role of Entomologist
Photographers use wide view photographs of scene and includes…
Spiral, Grid, Strip, and Quadrant
Chronological documentation of each piece of evidence
Insect biologists
How are photos used to record crime sc…
Photographers use wide view photographs of scene and includes…
What are the 4 search patterns?
Spiral, Grid, Strip, and Quadrant
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Forensics & Crime Scene Basics
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
The location in which a crime took place
The original location of the crime
Another location where additional information is found
Person thought to have committed the crime
Crime Scene
The location in which a crime took place
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of the crime
24 terms
Forensics - Crime Scene Basics
CRIME SCENE:
PRIMARY CRIME SCENE:
SECONDARY CRIME SCENE:
SUSPECT:
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
The original location of a crime or accident.
An alternate location where additional evidence may be found.
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime.
CRIME SCENE:
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
PRIMARY CRIME SCENE:
The original location of a crime or accident.
45 terms
Forensics- Ch. 2 The Crime Scene
Locard's Exchange
intensity, duration, nature of the crime
direct
circumstantial
This principle states that whenever 2 objects come in contact…
The three factors affect the amount of evidence transferred d…
Firsthand observations such as eyewitness account, videos, co…
Indirect evidence that can be used to imply a fact but does n…
Locard's Exchange
This principle states that whenever 2 objects come in contact…
intensity, duration, nature of the crime
The three factors affect the amount of evidence transferred d…
50 terms
Forensics (Crime Scene) Vocabulary
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
The original location of a crime or accident.
An alternate location where additional evidence may be found.
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime.
Crime Scene
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of a crime or accident.
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Forensics: Crime Scene & Crime Lab
Coroner
Medical Examiner
MO (Modus Operandi)
Saving lives
The title for the head of a forensic investigative team who i…
The title for the head of a forensic investigative team who i…
The term for the method of operation that a criminal uses to…
The first priority of law enforcement responding to a crime s…
Coroner
The title for the head of a forensic investigative team who i…
Medical Examiner
The title for the head of a forensic investigative team who i…
9 terms
Forensics 1 Crime Scene
Physical Evidence
Chain of Custody
Grid Search Pattern
Quadrant/Zone Search Pattern
Any object that can establish that a crime has been committed…
A list that records every official person who handles a piece…
Horizontal or vertical line pattern followed by police at a c…
Divides the crime scene into sectors and each team member tak…
Physical Evidence
Any object that can establish that a crime has been committed…
Chain of Custody
A list that records every official person who handles a piece…
Crime Scene Forensics
Forensic Science
Crime Scene Investigator
Autopsy
Direct Evidence
The use of scientific knowledge and methods to answer legal q…
Someone who is trained to record, collect and test evidence f…
A detailed exam of a dead body.
First hand observations by eyewitnesses.
Forensic Science
The use of scientific knowledge and methods to answer legal q…
Crime Scene Investigator
Someone who is trained to record, collect and test evidence f…
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Forensics & Crime Scene Basics
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
The location in which a crime took place
The original location of the crime
Another location where additional information is found
Person thought to have committed the crime
Crime Scene
The location in which a crime took place
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of the crime
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Forensics-Processing Crime Scenes
What are the four S's?
Secure the scene
Separate the witnesses
Scan the scene
Secure, Separate, Scan, Search
-Preserve life first... -Isolate area and exclude unauthorized p…
-Detain and question witnesses... -Prevent collusion
*Never touch, change, or alter anything until it has been doc…
What are the four S's?
Secure, Separate, Scan, Search
Secure the scene
-Preserve life first... -Isolate area and exclude unauthorized p…
24 terms
Forensics Crime Scene Unit
Physical Evidence
Types of Physical Evidence
Comparison of Physical Evidence
Standard/Reference Sample
Any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been…
Blood, Semen, Saliva, Organs/Body Fluids... Documents, Paint... Dru…
In order to test and compare any evidence sample you must tes…
A physical evidence whose origin is known that can be compare…
Physical Evidence
Any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been…
Types of Physical Evidence
Blood, Semen, Saliva, Organs/Body Fluids... Documents, Paint... Dru…
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Forensics - Crime Scene & Evidence
Observation
Perception
Rashomon Effect
What factors affect your ability to ob…
What a person perceives using his or her sense
Interpreting information received from the senses
The same event is recounted by several people. Each story dif…
Emotions/Anxiety, Unusual Situations, Number of People you're…
Observation
What a person perceives using his or her sense
Perception
Interpreting information received from the senses
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Forensics Crime Scene Investigation
The Lab
spiral, grid, line (strip), quadrant (…
to transport it in a way that prevents…
Chain of custody
Forensic scientists mostly work in...
The four types of crime scene search methods are...
What is the ultimate goal in collecting evidence?
a list of all people who came into contact with an item of ev…
The Lab
Forensic scientists mostly work in...
spiral, grid, line (strip), quadrant (…
The four types of crime scene search methods are...
Forensics: The Crime Scene
job of first officer to the scene
reasons to log everyone at scene
walk through
who performs walk through?
ensure safety of the scene
-prevents tampered evidence... -to make subpoena list... -in case t…
initial survey
lead investigator
job of first officer to the scene
ensure safety of the scene
reasons to log everyone at scene
-prevents tampered evidence... -to make subpoena list... -in case t…
23 terms
Forensics crime scene
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary crime scene
You must prove that
Area(s) where evidence may be located that will help explain…
Place where the actual offense took place
Place in some vary, shape , or form that is related to the of…
A crime occurred ... Person charged for the crime was responsibl…
Crime Scene
Area(s) where evidence may be located that will help explain…
Primary Crime Scene
Place where the actual offense took place
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Forensics Crime Scene Basics
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
The original location of a crime or accident
An alternate location where additional evidence may be found
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime
Crime Scene
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of a crime or accident
25 terms
Forensics: Chapter 2 (The Crime Scene)
Physical evidence?
Key crime scene rules?
Security and isolation?
Scene must be preserved because...
Any natural or synthetic object that establishes a crime has…
Evidence cannot be contaminated.... Secure the scene, NO BREACHE…
1st Responding Officer (usually not CSI-trained) calls the CS…
Everyone entering can destroy evidence accidentally or intent…
Physical evidence?
Any natural or synthetic object that establishes a crime has…
Key crime scene rules?
Evidence cannot be contaminated.... Secure the scene, NO BREACHE…
58 terms
Crime Scene and Forensics
Define Physical Evidence?
Define Documentary Evidence?
Define Testimonial Evidence?
What type of Evidence will be admissib…
Consist of tangible objects.
Consist of a writing
Evidence supplied through the testimony of a witness.
Relevant, Dependable, Credible, Authentic
Define Physical Evidence?
Consist of tangible objects.
Define Documentary Evidence?
Consist of a writing
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Forensic Science: Crime Scene
Forensics
Observation
Evidence
Crime
scientific study of crime scene evidence
Information obtained through the senses.
Collected body of data from observations and experiments
An act against the law
Forensics
scientific study of crime scene evidence
Observation
Information obtained through the senses.
10 terms
Crime Scene-Forensics
Buccal swab
Chain of custody
finished sketch
physical evidence
swab of inner portion of cheek
adherence to standard procedures in recording the location of…
final drawing of a crime scene
objects that can establish that a crime has been committed
Buccal swab
swab of inner portion of cheek
Chain of custody
adherence to standard procedures in recording the location of…
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Forensics Crime Scene Notes
Which kind of crime scene includes whe…
Identify locations that would include…
What is the most important thing when…
What are some notes that you should re…
The Primary Crime Scene.
-Victim's home... -Suspect's home... -Suspect's vehicle... -Road in be…
-Secure it... -Clear the area... -Safety... -Aid victim (if necessary)
-Time... -Address... -Weather... -Any odors
Which kind of crime scene includes whe…
The Primary Crime Scene.
Identify locations that would include…
-Victim's home... -Suspect's home... -Suspect's vehicle... -Road in be…
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Forensics Terms: The Crime Scene
buccal swab
chain of custody
finished sketch
physical evidence
A star of the inner portion cheek; cheek cells are usually co…
A list of people who came into possession of an item of evide…
A precise rendering of the crime scene, usually drawn to scale.
Any object that can establish that a crime has or has not bee…
buccal swab
A star of the inner portion cheek; cheek cells are usually co…
chain of custody
A list of people who came into possession of an item of evide…
10 terms
Forensics crime scene
Protect the scene
Photograph
Search
Collect
Get medical help for those who need it.... Arrest the suspect.... K…
The unaltered scene.... Dont move anything.... Crime scene and adja…
Systematic and thoroughly.... Establish points of entry and exit…
Avoid contamination.... Keep evidence in original container.... Blo…
Protect the scene
Get medical help for those who need it.... Arrest the suspect.... K…
Photograph
The unaltered scene.... Dont move anything.... Crime scene and adja…
49 terms
Forensics Crime Scene Test
CSI/technician
Criminalist
Criminologist
Detective
Person responsible for investigating the scene of a crime for…
A forensic scientist who analyzes physical evidence
A scientist who studies the criminal mind
Police officer who investigates criminal activity
CSI/technician
Person responsible for investigating the scene of a crime for…
Criminalist
A forensic scientist who analyzes physical evidence
27 terms
Forensics- Crime Scene Processing
first responder
safety
call for back up
aid the victim or apprehend a dangerou…
the first law enforcement person (officer) on the scene
what is the first responder's primary concern?
the first responsibility of the first responder
the second responsibility of the first responder
first responder
the first law enforcement person (officer) on the scene
safety
what is the first responder's primary concern?
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Forensics quiz - the crime scene
Physical evidence
3 methods for recording the crime scen…
Photographs
Sketches
Encompasses all objects that can establish whether a crime ha…
Photography, sketches and notes
Overview pics of the entire scene and surrounding area, inclu…
Make sure you write where north is
Physical evidence
Encompasses all objects that can establish whether a crime ha…
3 methods for recording the crime scen…
Photography, sketches and notes
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Forensics Crime Scene Basics
Suspect
Accomplice
Alibi
Testimonial Evidence
Person you think could have committed a crime.
The person who helps the suspect commit a crime.
Story/excuse for why you could not have committed a crime.
What witnesses and people say on the stand.
Suspect
Person you think could have committed a crime.
Accomplice
The person who helps the suspect commit a crime.
41 terms
forensics-Evidence and Crime Scene
Locard's Principle of Exchange
direct evidence
circumstantial (indirect)
Physical evidence
when a person comes into contact with an object or another pe…
eye witness testimony, videotapes (surveillance), confession
used to IMPLY a fact, does not directly PROVE it, trace evide…
fingerprints... impressions... weapons... bullets... fibers
Locard's Principle of Exchange
when a person comes into contact with an object or another pe…
direct evidence
eye witness testimony, videotapes (surveillance), confession
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Forensics Crime Scene
what is any object that can establish…
what is small or microscopic evidence?
what is a medical dissection or examin…
what is a piece of paper that can be u…
physical evidence
trace evidence
autopsy
druggist fold
what is any object that can establish…
physical evidence
what is small or microscopic evidence?
trace evidence
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Forensics Crime Scene Basics
Primary crime scene
Secondary crime scene
Crime scene protocol
Interview
The original location of a crime or accident(s)
Alternate location where additional evidence may be found
1.) interview ... 2.) examine... 3.) document ... 4.) process
First officer at the scene of the victim to determine what al…
Primary crime scene
The original location of a crime or accident(s)
Secondary crime scene
Alternate location where additional evidence may be found
6 terms
Forensics: Crime scene
Primary crime scene
Secondary
Processing
Chain of Custody
Crime scene is where the crime actually took place
Another location where evidence of the crime can be found EX:…
1. Isolate and secure the scene... 2. Document the scene... 3. Sear…
Record of all the people who have had possession of an item o…
Primary crime scene
Crime scene is where the crime actually took place
Secondary
Another location where evidence of the crime can be found EX:…
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forensics: crime scene vocab
primary scene
secondary scene
processing
chain of custody
crime scene where the crime actually took place... ex: bank that…
another location where evidence of the crime can be found... ex:…
1. isolate and secure the scene... 2. document the scene... 3. sear…
a written record of all people who have had possession of an…
primary scene
crime scene where the crime actually took place... ex: bank that…
secondary scene
another location where evidence of the crime can be found... ex:…
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Crime Scene Processing Forensics.
Crime Scene Processing steps(5).
First officer on the scene.A.D.A.P.T.
Secure the Crime Scene.1)Look for 1)
Secure the Crime Scene.2)Cordon 1)
1)isolate and secure the scene.2)Document the scene. 3)Search…
A=Assess the crime scene and assist the injured.... D=Detain the…
1)Signs of life.
1)Off the scene(Only allow authorized personal in.)
Crime Scene Processing steps(5).
1)isolate and secure the scene.2)Document the scene. 3)Search…
First officer on the scene.A.D.A.P.T.
A=Assess the crime scene and assist the injured.... D=Detain the…
28 terms
Crime Scene- Forensics
Processing a Crime Scene
Analysis of Crime Scene
Absence of a Crime Scene
Property Crimes
first officer at the crime scene responsible for preserving a…
occurs after the crime scene has been processed, scene has be…
occurs when criminal act is a "behavior" that has been classi…
criminal acts that involve property rather than people (ex. b…
Processing a Crime Scene
first officer at the crime scene responsible for preserving a…
Analysis of Crime Scene
occurs after the crime scene has been processed, scene has be…
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Forensics Crime Scene Vocab
Microscopic crime scene
Macroscopic crime scene
Standard of Comparison
Locard's Exchange Principle
Focuses on the specific type of physical evidence.
The context or larger setting in which a scene is found
The controlled variable used in an experiment
Holds that the perpetrator of a crime will bring something in…
Microscopic crime scene
Focuses on the specific type of physical evidence.
Macroscopic crime scene
The context or larger setting in which a scene is found
26 terms
Forensics Crime Scene Basics
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
The original location of a crime or accident
An alternate location where additional evidence may be found
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime
Crime Scene
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of a crime or accident
15 terms
Forensics crime scene terms
Femoral blood
Virtreous humor
Gastric contents
Amphetamines
Artery in your leg that is easy to find drugs
Jelly like tissue that fills the eyeball
What's inside your stomach
Nervous systems stimulant (ADHD, obesity)
Femoral blood
Artery in your leg that is easy to find drugs
Virtreous humor
Jelly like tissue that fills the eyeball
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forensics crime scene vocab
physical evidence
individual evidence
class evidence
probative value
any object that can establish that a crime has or has not bee…
evidence associated with a common source with an extremely hi…
evidence associated with a group
the ability of evidence to prove something that is material t…
physical evidence
any object that can establish that a crime has or has not bee…
individual evidence
evidence associated with a common source with an extremely hi…
13 terms
Forensics: Crime Scene Processing
BCI
Processing of Prisoners
the application of science to matters…
anything that proves or disproves a fact
-processes crime scene... -processes prisoners... -registering sex…
-demographics: name, sex, height, weight, employment,... -finger…
define forensics
define physical evidence
BCI
-processes crime scene... -processes prisoners... -registering sex…
Processing of Prisoners
-demographics: name, sex, height, weight, employment,... -finger…
Forensics: crime scene specialists
Blood spatter analyst
Serologist
Toxicologist & Pharmacologist
DNA Specialist
can determine "story" of the crime based on the blood spatter…
study blood (can determine the blood type)
pill, poison, alcohol
create a map (bar code) , (can determine a name)
Blood spatter analyst
can determine "story" of the crime based on the blood spatter…
Serologist
study blood (can determine the blood type)
25 terms
Forensics: the crime scene
Fourth amendment
Search warrant
A judge
Probable cause the persons or things t…
Which amendment to the US constitution protects citizens from…
What do police need in order to search a persons home
Search warrants must be obtained from a
To obtain a search warrant an officer must show
Fourth amendment
Which amendment to the US constitution protects citizens from…
Search warrant
What do police need in order to search a persons home
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Forensics crime scene processing
physical evidence
physical evidence links crime to
physical evidence must be found or rec…
trace evidence
any object that can establish that a crime has or has not bee…
...
...
evidence that is created when two objects come in contact wit…
physical evidence
any object that can establish that a crime has or has not bee…
physical evidence links crime to
...
26 terms
Forensics Crime Scene Basics CCW
Crime Scene
Primary Crime Scene
Secondary Crime Scene
Suspect
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
The original location of a crime or accident
An alternate location where additional evidence may be found
Person thought to be capable of committing a crime
Crime Scene
Any physical location in which a crime has occurred or is sus…
Primary Crime Scene
The original location of a crime or accident
63 terms
Forensics Crime Scene
Crime scene
Primary crime scene
Secondary crime scene
Suspect
Physical location of where crime occured/ is suspected of hav…
Original location or crime or accident
Alternate location where additional evidence may be found
Person thought capable of committing the crime
Crime scene
Physical location of where crime occured/ is suspected of hav…
Primary crime scene
Original location or crime or accident
17 terms
The Crime Scene- Forensics
police on the scene
First officer
securing the scene
the legalities
when emergency phone call is made, dispatcher sends cops to c…
F.O.- their case if it's a crime, 1. safety 2. secure the sce…
nothing can be changed at the crime scene, police tape must s…
securing the scene is a matter of legality, if a defense atto…
police on the scene
when emergency phone call is made, dispatcher sends cops to c…
First officer
F.O.- their case if it's a crime, 1. safety 2. secure the sce…
15 terms
Forensics Crime Scene Photography
Vigorous
Diaphragm
Formulate
Accessories
Full of physical or mental strength or active force
Optical device in camera that regulates light entering the lens
To devise or develop as a method or system
Supplementary; additional; subordinate
Vigorous
Full of physical or mental strength or active force
Diaphragm
Optical device in camera that regulates light entering the lens
Forensics-- The Crime Scene
Physical evidence
securing and recording the crime scene
secure and isolate the crime scene
recording the scene
encompasses any and all objects that can establish a crime ha…
failure to protect a crime scene properly or to accurately re…
-responsibility of the first officer to preserve and isolate…
-must record the crime scene, but there is a limited amount o…
Physical evidence
encompasses any and all objects that can establish a crime ha…
securing and recording the crime scene
failure to protect a crime scene properly or to accurately re…
Crime Scene Forensics
Pathologist
Anthropologist
Entomologist
Psychiatrist
works with ME to give cause of death
gentics bones inheritance evolution
works w/ bugs time of death
studies inner thoughts
Pathologist
works with ME to give cause of death
Anthropologist
gentics bones inheritance evolution
16 terms
Forensics: Crime Scene Units
physical science
physical science
biology
biology
staffed by criminalists who have the expertise to use chemica…
drugs/glass/paint/explosives/soul
staffed w biologists and biochemists who identify/perform DNA…
hairs/fibers/wood/plants
physical science
staffed by criminalists who have the expertise to use chemica…
physical science
drugs/glass/paint/explosives/soul
25 terms
forensics crime scene investigation
Forensics
The role of Forensics
LOCARD EXCHANGE PRINCIPLE
What will the CFS tell us?
The application of science to the detection and prosecution o…
To identify, reveal, detecting and quantitating, and compare.
Anytime there is contact between two surfaces there will be a…
Certainty, Probability, and Possibility.
Forensics
The application of science to the detection and prosecution o…
The role of Forensics
To identify, reveal, detecting and quantitating, and compare.
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