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On the other hand, in a violent crime against a person, a siren alerts the oﬀender but may prevent further violence. Sometimes the victim, to avoid attracting attention, requests that no sirens and red lights be used. 14 | SECTION 1 | Introduction The route taken is also discretionary. Oﬃcers should know which streets are under construction in their areas and avoid them. They must also choose between the fastest route and the route the suspect might use to leave the scene. When approaching a scene, oﬃcers should observe people leaving the scene and make mental notes of their descriptions.
Oﬃcers should explain what they are doing and why and help family members understand that certain steps must be taken to discover what happened and who is responsible. Crime scene protection can be as simple as locking a door to a room or building, or it can involve roping oﬀ a large area outdoors. Within a room, chairs or boxes can be used to cordon oﬀ an area. ” A guard should be stationed to maintain security. If all oﬃcers are busy with emergency matters, a citizen may be asked to help protect the area temporarily.
1979 Herman Goldstein’s Problem-Oriented Policing published. 1985 Alec Jeffreys discovered the parts of the DNA structure that were unique in each person, making positive identiﬁcation possible. 1986 First use of DNA typing in a criminal case, in England: DNA was used to clear a suspect in a murder. (A detective in the East Midlands read of the case and sought Jeffreys’ help in solving the vicious murder and rape of two British schoolgirls. The police held a prime suspect in the case, a kitchen porter at an insane asylum who had confessed to one of the murders.