Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Fingerprints
In NYS Where can CSI procedures for a violent crime scene be found in police protocol Ineed to find the exact procedures that prompt an expidation of a crime scene.. ie evidence and fingerprints?
You can use iodine or dust to trace fingerprints by Georgia white
What does a crime scene photographer do?
a crime scene photographer takes photos of corpses at a crime scene they also take pictures of evedence and where it is in the crime scene eg.blood splatter ...
What is the difference between a detective and crime scene investigator?
A crime scene investigator analyzes evidence from a crime scene. A detective does show up to the crime scene. They just cant touch evidence. ...
Asked in Society and Civilization, Crime
What is the name of the job where you take DNA of a crime scene?
The name of the job where you would take DNA from a crime scene is called a Crime Scene Investigator. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Criminal Law
What is the name of the person who takes pictures at a crime?
They are known as crime scene investigator/examiner, crime scene photographer, crime photographer. ...
Asked in Forensic Science, The Difference Between
What is the difference between crime scene investigator and crime scene analyst?
the investigator actually looks at the crime and takes pictures to bring back to the analyst to figure out what everything was in the crime scene ...
Asked in Forensic Science
Can there be more than one crime scene?
Yes, there is the primary crime scene and the secondary crime scene. For example, if a body was found in a trash can but there is no evidence that the person was killed there then it means the person was killed somewhere else. The primary crime scene is where the person was killed and the secondary crime scene is where the body was dumped. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Forensic Science
What is the most interesting thing about crime scenes and crime scene investigators?
A criminal always leaves DNA in the crime scene, and recovering evidence such as fingerprints and DNA is the most interesting thing about crime scenes and crime scene investigators. Forensic investigators can recreate a crime scene using evidence and crime simulation programs. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Job Training and Career Qualifications, CSI Crime Scene Investigation, Forensic Science
How is Mathematics applied to crime scene investigations?
How is mathmatics used in crime scene investagation?
What is the difference between a crime scene and scene of a crime?
The scene of the crime is the physical location where the actual offense took place. A crime scene is any location where evidence of the crime exists or can be found. The two phrases, although often used inter-changeably, are NOT the same thing. ...