Crime Scene Identification and Management

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All SAR missions should be considered evidence searches and a potential crime scene.

At a crime scene the investigator may not tell you all of the information regarding this incident. Why?

Who determines what a clue or evidence is?

When investigators arrive at a crime, what should you be prepared for?

When/who should you discuss any information about an ongoing crime scene?

When you take pictures of a crime scene what should you do?

I must participate in how may crime scene searches per year to stay active in SAR.

Why do SAR members have to come to Basic Crime Scene Class?

What are the two rules to be followed before entering a crime scene?

If you find or locate evidence what should you do?

What is rule #1 when you are participating in a Crime Search?

If you are approached by someone asking questions about the search you should:

Last updated on November 15, 2019