Answer to Question #106332 in Law for Rowlene Nelson

Question #106332
when you as an investigator receive a report of a crime or incident and are instructed to attend to it there are several things you need to do before attending to the scene. what are they?
Expert's answer

·        Evaluate the current legal ramifications of crime scene searches such as obtaining a search warrant

·        Discuss upcoming search with involved personnel before arrival at scene and select a person in charge prior to arrival at the scene, if possible.

·        Consider the safety and comfort of search personnel — do not be caught unprepared when encountering a potentially dangerous scene or inclement weather

·        Organize communication with services of an ancillary nature in order to resolve questions that may arise during the scene search. 

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