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By Michael S. Maloney

These tasked with investigating dying scenes come from quite a few backgrounds and ranging degrees of expertise. loss of life Scene research: Procedural consultant provides the fewer skilled investigator the approaches for nearly any loss of life scene conceivable whereas supplying the professional investigator a prepared reference for deaths taking place even lower than the main strange of conditions. It information the fitting steps that have to be taken while processing and reading a dying scene to make sure important proof isn't misplaced and "red flags" aren't neglected.

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1) and reevaluate the scene. • Secure all video, audio, digital, computer, and other media for determination of possible motive for the death. • Consider which items of evidence may require special handling, processing, or preservation to safeguard friction ridges on fingerprints, latent prints, or other evidence (Section VI). • Search for, examine, and recover all weapons or possible instruments of death. If such items are present, the case may not be a natural death. 1) and reevaluate the scene.

Formulate a processing plan. Conduct Team Briefing A team briefing is only one aspect of death scene management. See Chapter 29 for a detailed discussion. • Assign duties to team members. • Ensure team members understand their roles. • Explain the level of biological hazard and PPE required for personnel entering a scene or specific parts of a scene (see Appendix A). • Provide a thorough briefing of death scene details to all team members. Discuss the evidence expected to be encountered. ), see the Natural Deaths appropriate chapter in Section III.

Mind your evidence! A physician is a health care provider, not an evidence technician. Justice of the Peace • Typically has minimal formal death investigation training. • Often pronounces death; suspicious deaths are usually investigated by others. Coroner • May pronounce death. • May investigate and determine cause and manner of death. • May hold inquest to determine cause and manner of death. • May or may not be highly trained and experienced. Identify, Secure, and Preserve Primary Scene • Identify and secure the location where the body is discovered.

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