The medical examiner does their investigation with the body at the medical examiner's office; however, most medical examiners have a representative visit the crime scene.
I guiltlessly walked away from the crime scene.
The most common use of the acronym SOCO is Scene of Crime Operatives. In many countries Scene of Crime Operatives is used as a title for a specific kind of police work.
They are known as Medical Examiners, Coroners, Forensic Technicians (CSI's).
Mostly law enforcement officers, both uniformed and detectives.
A crime scene investigator should have a high level of professionalism and the ability to have composure in regard to the gruesome things they see. They must be problem solvers and have great communication skills to speak with other team members.
What, exactly, are you asking? They get vacations, days off, holidays, sick leave. . . what kind of "break" are you asking about?
Hair fibers, finger prints, DNA, blood samples, weapon, anything to do with the crime. Not just things that the person has left behind but also personal things from the crime scene that belong to the victim to help determine who would have committed the crime, like mobile phones computers, certain types of work. also the background of the victim can be gathered by other people at the house or store and testimonies of people who live near or were passing are helpful.
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This kind of doctor is referred to as Coroner or Medical Examiner.
You would need to learn how to stop criminals, study bodies very carefully, and of course study the crime scene!
microscope is the brain of chemistry because this is the equipment we use to find out what kind of chemical see in the crime scene.
If you are referring to a Police Crime Scene Investigator then the benefits are the resources available to that investigator. Public agencies often partner in investigating crimes. The state patrol has crime labs and technicians that will respond and assist. A Police Crime Scene Investigator often brings a large amount of experience to the investigation. They are constantly working in this area of law enforcement. They also have more equipment at their fingertips. A Private Crime Scene Investigator will normally bring experience, and tenaciousness. A private crime scene investigator has more time to focus on that one scene. Where a police crime scene investigator often must move on to the next case, or the public agency funding is preventing them to put as much time as they need to on the investigation. Recently in Lacey, WA they had 2 homicides back to back. This is strenuous on a medium sized agency and they may need to reach out for assistance. This is not television where CSI has the case completed in 30 minutes, and do the interviews and arrest. More often than not the crime scene investigator works closely with the lead investigating officer who handles the interviews and potentially the arrest.
It's kind of like CSI in that it's crime scene investigations, but it's focused on naval crimes instead of civilian crimes.
A Felony - a Capital Crime - a Crime of Moral Turpitude.
they collect thing like fingerprints, DNA samples (from blood, cigarette butts. etc.) fibres, and weapons that may have been used, clothes, everything that may have been involved in the crime or has blood on.
Mostly theft and property crime. Violent crime is rare
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I myself watch a lot of crime shows. so the knowledge i have of autopsies is slim but enough. An M.E (medical examiner) performs autopsies and then sends any evidence or DNA to forensic scientist who examine it. ~ The medical doctors that specialize in that kind of thing are pathologists. Generally, if you die and an autopsy is done by the hospital it will be a pathologist doing it. As the above poster points out if there is a suspicion of a crime the medical examiner may do a complete or partial autopsy. Medical examiners are government employees who are usually pathologists by training but may be medical professionals with other credentials. In some places the medical examiner may not even be a doctor (although we are seeing less and less of that).
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Any kind of crime involves risk. You can be charged with a crime. Right?
There are many different kinds of assault. Spitting on someone is a kind of assault. Assault certainly can be a heinous crime if it is a severe kind of assault. If it is a minor assault, then the crime is not heinous.
what kind of training and education do yu need for a paleontologist?