Forensic Science: Fundamentals and Investigations 2012 by Anthony J Bertino

By Anthony J Bertino

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A single hair or clothing fiber can allow a crime to be reconstructed and lead police to the responsible person. The goal of a crime-scene investigation is to recognize, document, and collect evidence at the scene of a crime. Solving the crime will then depend on piecing together the evidence to form a picture of what happened at the crime scene. 1 2 3 Obj. 2 P RI N C I P LE OF E XC H A NG E 4 Whenever two people come into contact with each other, a physical transfer occurs. Hair, skin cells, clothing fibers, pollen, glass fragments, debris from a person’s clothing, makeup, or any number of different types of material can be transferred from one person to another.

Police are trained to not only observe but also to carefully analyze what they see. The ability to solve a crime depends on observing all of the evidence left at a crime scene. Analytical skills of this type require patience and practice. The character Sherlock Holmes had excellent observation skills that made him a phenomenal detective. He could look at a situation and find clues in the ordinary details that others missed. Then, he worked backward from the evidence to piece together what happened leading up to the crime.

This outer container is then sealed with tape and labeled with the signature of the collector written across the tape. An evidence log and a chain of custody document must be attached to the evidence container. The evidence log should contain all pertinent information, including: • Case number • Item inventory number 16 17 26 Crime-Scene Investigation and Evidence Collection • • • • • Description of the evidence Name of suspect Name of victim Date and time of recovery Signature of person recovering the evidence • Signature of any witnesses present during collection Packaging Evidence The size of the bindle depends on the size of the evidence.

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