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Unit 2: Preserving and Recording the Crime Scene

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 Unit 2: Preserving and Recording the Crime Scene     

 

 
 

 

 

Mastery Objectives / Critical Thinking Skills

  1. Know and understand steps to secure and preserve a crime scene

  2. Know and understand steps to record and measure a crime scene

  3. Know and practice 3 methods of measuring crime scenes

    1. Rectangular

    2. Baseline

    3. Triangulation

  4. Know what constitutes physical evidence

  5. Describe proper search procedures for physical evidence

  6. Explain the difference between direct and circumstantial evidence, and individual and class evidence.

  7. Describe proper techniques for packaging common types of physical evidence

  8. Know the meaning and relevance of a reference sample

 


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