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How do you locate evidence and suspects in a homicide investigation?

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Investigation. They have your home address, they'll get your work address from the finance company. If you have hardware such a Lojack or Onstar, they'll locate it that way - the companies will comply with the request from the creditor, as the creditor is the rightful owner of the vehicle.

Some of the most common steps for investigating a homicide are: A thorough examination of the body and anything found in the area near where a body is found Interviewing any witnesses Interviewing family, friends, neighbors of the victim Reviewing the medical examiner's report. Reviewing phone records of the victim and sometimes people close to the victim. Reviewing financial records of the victim and sometimes people close to the victim. Locate and review any videos from the vicinity of the crime The rest of the list would include any avenue of investigation pertaining to the particular crime, which can be as many as there are different crimes.

If there is evidence of fraud, the person hiding the vehicle can be prosecuted and possibly even put in prison.

Look at the roof, outside walls, and interior walls. Baroque uses wood carvings and very ornate features.

A reverse cell phone lookup is an important element to identify known calls without wasting your time. When you do phone number search investigation, you have to locate the best service provider online. You have to guarantee working with the exact company to locate or search phone number on the web efficiently.

locare, from locus, to locate

No, locate is a verb (locate, locates, located, locating). Example:I can't locate my keys.

Subject wise we can locate books. It is very easiy method for locate books.

Locate is a verb. For example: Engineers worked to locate the fault responsible for the earthquake. Locatable, a derivative of locate, is an adjective. Location is a noun.

While criminals have used many means and tried many chemicals to destroy evidence, today, scientists can easily locate enough forensic evidence at most crime scenes. Fire (arson) and bleach have been two commonly used measures, but science can identify inflammatory agents and bleach does not remove all blood evidence. It only takes one tiny blood cell to track DNA.The BEST way to completely eliminate forensic evidence is to never commit the crime!

Lose and misplace are antonyms of locate.

The verb "to locate" is localizar.

No, locate is a verb. Locatable is an adjective.

You don't. A parole officer is not a law enforcement officer. The parole officer is a supervising agent. If you have evidence that someone on parole or off has committed a crime of any type, contact law enforcement, give the evidence you have to them, and let the system take care of it.

"I need to locate the ball because it vanished."

The man responsible for the Bhopal disaster, former Union Carbide CEO Warren Anderson, was charged with culpable homicide by an Indian Court in 1992. An international arrest warrant was issued for Anderson, who fled justice and disappeared. The US government disavowed any knowledge of his whereabouts, and was unable to locate him. Greenpeace and the The Mirror found Anderson living in New York State, under his own name, in 2002 following less than a month long investigation. The US government has still not taken Anderson into custody.

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A seismograph can locate a seismic wave.

Locating is the present participle of locate.

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