Examination Of A Crime Scene

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Examination of a crime scene Written By: Faris Kattan Student Number: 14064065 South wales university – Treforest Campus BEng Fire Safety Engineering 2015 - 2016 Table of content Page 1.0 INTRODUCTION…………….…………….……….………………………3 1.1 SCENARIO………..……….…………………………….…………...3 1.2 RISK ASSESSMENT…….…….………………….….……………….4 1.3 PHOTOGRAPH OF THE SCENE..………………………..…………..4 2.0 SUCCESSFUL SUBMISSION OF COLLECTION LOG.……...………...………5 3.0 EVIDENCE SUBMITTED FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS…………..……….….6 3.1 PACKAGING EVIDENCE……………………………………..……...6 4.0 ASSESS HOW THE EVIDENCE IDENTIFIES THE OFFENDER……..……...8 5.0 REFERENCE………….....………….…………………….…………………….……………….10 1.0 Introduction During the past few years, physical evidence has become increasingly important in criminal investigations, these are referred to as trace evidence. Scientists proven the physical, optical and chemical properties of trace evidence and use a variety of tools to find and compare samples. The police have tasked CSI to investigate in murder case, the case investigator is Officer Faris Kattan (FK) he’s responsible for the crime site, the scene guard is Ian Brewster who is a sergeant. This practical work will talk about a murder scene I have been to, and have wrote a scenario as well as it will outline a number of evidence collected from the scene, sending it for further tests and I’m going to illustrate the best items to identify the right
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