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    Protecting the integrity of crime scene investigations is of the utmost importance to investigators, courts, potential suspects, and those impacted by the crime itself. There are many components of crime scene investigation and each is critical to ensuring accurate evidence is gathered from the scene. This paper will discuss the steps in the crime scene investigation process, the different types of investigations for different types of crimes, and finally see the process in action in the form of a case study where crime scene evidence was instrumental in ensuring the correct individual was held accountable for the crime committed against two teenage girls. During crime scene investigation, it is critical to preserve the integrity of the scene.…

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    Crime Scene Investigator(CSI) go by many names including evidence technician, crime scene technicians, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistic, and so on. A CSI is a person with a background of science. Forensic science started when individuals who developed the principles needed to identify physical evidence, and those who realized the need to merge these principles into a logical connection discipline that could be practically applied to a criminal justice system. There are…

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    Crime Scene Investigator

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    Crime scene investigators (CSI) is an investigator, that is in charge of the crime scene cases. The crime scene investigator responsibility is to properly document the scene and identify, process and collect physical evidence. Their expertise is in photography, sketching, processing latent and patent evidence, which includes fingerprints, footwear impressions, trace, hair & fibers, biological fluid, such as DNA and blood spatter pattern analysis. Police officers, or law enforcement,…

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    Evaluating Crime Scene

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    How I would photograph the crime scene, would first be to secure the scene. I would make sure all the evidence of the body, any article of clothing, shell castings, weapons of guns or other evidence that is at this scene, is secure and in its natural state. Then I would evaluate the crime scene conditions. Since this crime scene is outside, I would evaluate the available light and weather conditions and I would adjust the camera setting to the appropriately. No single camera setting will work…

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    qualifications can range from certain college degrees all the way to the hours required. Being in the criminal justice field, I have found that the career of a crime scene investigator (CSI) interests me. Throughout growing up, science was always one of my strong interests and I want to continue that love through my daily job. Not only was science one of my strong qualities, I had a very strong passion for medicine. Being a crime scene investigator,…

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    Crime scene investigation is a vocation that is slowly becoming more popular. Forensic science is a career that has been becoming more known thanks to shows like Dexter, CSI, Law and Order, and many others. However, although these shows are very entertaining, they are very dramatized. Forensic science in reality is much different from television shows. It is much more complicated than portrayed. Crime scene investigation is a vocation that should be pursued by a person who enjoys a challenging…

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    Summer Assignment Aim:- Crime Scene Investigation Crime Scene Investigation Crime:- It is an action which constitutes a offense and is punishable by law. Crime Scene:- It is define as the place where the crime has been commited. Crime scene are of 3 types: -Indoor:- When crime take place inside a room. -Outdoor:- When crime take place in a open space. -Mobile:- When crime take place in a vehicle. Actions taken at a crime scene can play a…

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    Crime Scene Investigator

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    Crime scene investigators “CSIs” go by many names including evidence technician, crime scene technician, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistics officer and more. In the past most CSIs were trained police officers. In fact most still work out of police stations today. While CSI professionals collect and preserve evidence from active crime scenes. Forensic lab professionals decipher their findings through DNA testing and other forensic analysis. Crime scene investigators and…

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    Crime Scene Investigators

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    Career overview: Crime scene investigators or CSI go through many names such as the, evidence technician, crime scene technician, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistics officer and more. This job is a rather complex and multi-faceted one, as large number of subspecialties field exists within this profession (2). However, in general, a crime scene investigator is the profession trained to document and collect evidence to proof the crime. In contrast to forensic scientist…

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    Crime Scene Profiling

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    first area of profiling discussed in the book is crime scene profiling. Crime scene profiling is using evidence from the scene of a crime to put together a profile of a suspect based on behavioral and cognitive patterns, motive, and psychological qualities as well. Although crime scene profiling doesn’t usually lead directly to a suspect, it does help form a reasonable assumption for who they may be looking for. The next area discussed is Geographic profiling. Geographic profiling is an…

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