Maria Aurich :)
There are many steps to what to do in a crime scene but here are a few important ones:
- Note or log dispatch information (e.g., address/location, time, date, type of call and parties involved).
- Be aware of any persons or vehicles in or leaving the crime scene.
- Approach the scene cautiously, scan the entire area, and note any possible secondary crime scenes.
- Make initial observations (look, listen, smell) to assess the scene and ensure officer safety before proceeding.
- Remain alert and attentive.
- Treat the location as a crime scene until it has been assessed and determined to be otherwise.
- Make sure there is no immediate threats
- Make sure they are in a safe location even if the actual location is dangerous
- If you are in fact gonna approach in the crime scene be aware of the surroundings and others
- If the the situation gets too heated or dangerous one must ask for help
- Document movement of persons or items by medical personnel.
- Instruct medical personnel not to clean up the scene and to avoid moving or altering items originating from the scene.
- Obtain the name, unit and telephone number of attending medical personnel, and the name and location of the medical facility where the victim is to be taken.
- If there is a chance the victim may die, attempt to obtain a dying declaration or a statement about the circumstances surrounding his or her impending death.
- Document any statements/comments made by victims, suspects or witnesses at the scene.
- communicate with coworkers
- solve problems
- understand your role within the team
- make responsible choices, and
- take charge of your own career
- Be organized.
- Arrive to work on time, or early.
- Be dependable.
- Have a positive attitude toward work.
- Exert high levels of effort and perseverance.
- Complete tasks on time and accurately.
- Seek out information to improve skills.
- Be flexible and adaptable.
- Complete all tasks, even if unpleasant.
- Understand dress code or uniform guidelines.
- Maintain personal hygiene.
- Be friendly and polite.
- Respect supervisors and coworkers.
- Respond appropriately to customer requests.
- Ask for feedback.
- Take constructive criticism.
- Resolve conflicts calmly and appropriately.
Compare the various types of evidence investigated using a microscope
- Microscopes help out every single cases that mainly has to do with blood
- Microscopes enhance ones vision
- The naked eye cant see cells
- They solve cases that mainly have to do with murders suicides and slaughters
- Microscopes have been around for more than 50 years
- Microscopes were invented in 1590
- Hans lippershay
- Started out as a telescope
- Stephan lawrence murder was solved because of the microscope
- comparison microscope
- A device used to analyze side-by-side specimens
- In the 1920s forensic ballistics was waiting at its inception. In 1929, using a comparison microscope adapted for the purpose by Calvin Goddard