A 40-year-old man named, Mark, came home one day from work and began cooking supper. Mark fixed his plate and sat down in front of the television to watch the news. The front door bell rang while he was eating. Mark answered the door then some unknown person entered the house. He proceeded to stab Mark to death after he opened the door. Mark was screaming for help as the man stabbed him in the chest.
The next morning, Marks son, Joseph, came to his father’s house to cut his grass. When Joseph was cutting his father’s grass, he notices that his father did not come out. Joseph stopped cutting the grass, entered the house, and found his father in the bedroom hallway. Joseph called the police; the police contacted the Crime Scene Investigators (CSI) to investigate who did this and the criminal pattern. Crime scene investigators oversee a myriad of complex crime scenes such as armed robberies, home invasions, homicides, sexual assaults, and other property crimes. The CSI created a crime scene perimeter before investigating. CSI is responsible for collecting, documenting, securing, and properly storing all of the evidence found at a crime scene. Processing a crime scene can be a tedious process that takes several hours, and CSIs must pay careful attention to every detail to avoid overlooking critical evidence. The entire scene can and will be photographed, either by the CSI, as the evidence is collected. CSIs must follow strict protocols for collecting trace evidence such as hair, fibers, glass, paint, or dirt in order to maintain integrity of the chain of evidence. They record each item that found, including its location and any other pertinent information, and catalog and seal the item for transportation to the lab.
Let us give the CSI some time to investigate this crime while explaining the CSI field a little more. At the Administrative Level, the Supervisor, will be taking the feedback and reports from crime scenes regarding every Crime...
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