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The first officer arriving at a crime scene, after providing or obtaining medical assistance for the injured and effecting an arrest of suspects (if possible), should immediately:
photograph the scene.
search for evidence.
make a rough sketch of the scene.
secure the scene.
small but measurable amounts of physical or biological material found at a crime scene
A crime scene sketch is a required part of an investigation.
All evidence must be collected in glass test tubes.
All evidence gathered at a crime scene must be
labeled and documented
analyzed in a scientific manner
handled carefully so not to contaminate the specimen
all of the above
Processing a crime scene involves:
only collecting evidence and taking pictures
Collecting evidence, sketching the scene, taking pictures, interviewing suspects, and examining the scene
only examining the scene and interviewing witnesses
only sketching the scene and taking pictures