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Guided Notes Chapter 2

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Chapter 2: Crime Scene Investigations and Evidence Collection
Scenario: Lessons From the JonBenet Ramsey Case
1. What mistakes were made by the Boulder Police Department in securing the crime scene?
2. What specific kinds of evidence may have been compromised?
3. What could the police have done differently to secure the crime scene and the evidence?
Vocabulary:
Chain of CustodyCircumstantial EvidenceClass EvidenceCrime Scene InvestigationCrime Scene ReconstructionDirect EvidenceFirst ResponderIndividual EvidencePaper BindlePrimary Crime SceneSecondary Crime Scene-
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Chapter 2: Crime Scene Investigations and Evidence Collection
Trace Evidence-
Notes:
Principal of Exchange
1. Describe Locard’s principal of exchange. How is it important to the field of Forensics?
2. What is meant by trace evidence?
3. List some example of trace evidence. Explain how they may be transferred.
Crime Scene Investigation Team
4. Describe the importance of each of the members of the investigation team.
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b.
c.
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The Seven S’s of Crime Scene Ivestigationnn
5. List and write a short description of each of the Seven S’s
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b.
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c.
d.
e.
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6. What is the difference between the Primary Crime Scene and the Secondary Crime Scene.
7. Give an example of a primary crime scene and a secondary crime scene.
8. What information should be recorded in an evidence log?
9. What is the Chain of Custody and Why is it important?
Analyzing the Evidence.
10. Decribe what is done with evidence once it has been returned to the Crime Lab
Crime Scene Reconstruction
11. How is a reconstruction of a Crime Scene created?
Lesson Summary:
1.
Distinguish between circumstantial evidence and direct evidence, and provide an example of
each type.
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2. Blood type is considered to be class evidence. Although it may not specifically identify the
suspect, explain how it still could be useful in helping to investigate a crime.
3. The recorder at the crime scene needs to work with all of the police personnel at the crime
scene. What type of information would the recorder need to obtain from each of the following
persons?
a. First Responding Officerb. Photographerc. Sketch Artistd. Evidence Collection Team-
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