Unversity of Everest
June 23, 2013
Individual work 2
Examine the various search patterns investigator can use to systematically search crime scenes for evidence.
Here are some search patterns that investigators can use.
Grid search pattern, spiral search patterns, wheel/ray search pattern, quadrant /zone search pattern, vehicle search.
What is the difference between a primary and secondary scene
There are more clues at the primary scene and not as many clues at the secondary scene.
List the three methods for crime scene recording.
Note taking process begins with the crime scene investigator reports to the scene. The note starts when the person contacts the investigator at the time. The person will give their name titles, and times of arrival should be recorded.
Most of the times, photographs are taken at an, crime scenes of evidence.
The goals of taking pictures at the crime scene are to examination quality photographs.
The people that are involved with the case from the investigators to the judges and jury must be able to understand the photographs easily.
There are many important functions in the investigation of a crime. A sketch can show the layout of an indoor or outdoor crime scene and relationship of all the items and features to the investigators. Sketches are very important to give the location of collected evidence. Sketches can show measurements over long distances.
What are aperture and f-number? How does the aperture relate to the F-number and how does the amount of light to which the film is exposed.
The aperture is the hold behind the camera lens that can be opened or closed to control the amount of light that shines onto the film. By opening and closing the aperture.
What is depth of