DOJ Crime Scene Investigation (CSI): Initial Response/Receipt of Information
The DOJ Crime Scene Investigation (CSI): Initial Response/Receipt of Information Form is an easy to use app that is a part of the DOJ Crime Scene Investigation series.
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One of the most important aspects of securing the crime scene is to preserve the scene with minimal contamination and disturbance of physical evidence. The initial response to an incident should be expeditious and methodical. A systematic and organized procedure used by investigators on crime scene investigations is the key to ensuring that all potential physical evidence are properly preserved and collected, all possible witnesses are identified and documented, and all the necessary basic procedures are undertaken properly. Crime scene investigators and law enforcement professionals engaged in forensic work at a crime scene can benefit greatly from this app.
The DOJ Crime Scene Investigation series of app is intended for use by law enforcement and other responders who have responsibility for protecting crime scenes, preserving physical evidence, and collecting and submitting the evidence for scientific examination. Physical evidence has the potential to play a critical role in the overall investigation and resolution of a suspected criminal act. Realization of this potential depends on actions taken early in the criminal investigation at the crime scene.
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