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  1. Do not allow the involved parties (victims, complainants, and witnesses) to
  2. The primary officer or investigator will designate
  3. At a crime scene, ensure that there is enough __________ between the interviewees, so that they cannot have physical contact with each other.
  4. A possible controlled area for an interview is inside a __________. However, due to space limitations only one interviewee should be placed in each one. If necessary, another officer can stay with each person to ensure control and safety.
  5. __________ property belongs to an individual and is not open to the public.
  6. Establish boundaries for the
  7. Preferably, interviewees at a crime scene should be placed far enough apart that they cannot __________. If separate rooms are not available, involved parties can be isolated within one large room by placing them on opposite sides of the room with their backs to each other.
  8. Chain of custody
  9. When securing a crime scene, attempt to
  10. Once the crime scene perimeter is established, do not allow any
  11. For safety reasons, always
  12. Scale or Identifier
  13. Zone quadrant search pattern
  14. If a suspect or another witness attempts to coerce or interfere with another witness's statement, you may need to
  15. Elimination prints
  16. Protect the crime scene until
  17. A __________ is a person who sees, knows, or vouches for something and may make a sworn statement about that information.
  18. Rule of sequestration
  19. Some involved parties at a crime scene
  20. Crime scene log
  21. Once a survey of the crime scene is completed, a supervisor or investigator assigned to the case may
  22. When there are injured persons at a crime scene, responding officers have
  23. Officers not assigned to a crime scene
  24. If evidence at a crime scene is contaminated or altered in any way,
  25. Admissible evidence
  26. When protecting a crime scene, instruct people to
  27. After finding the incident's location,
  28. The actions of the first responding officer on the scene have a
  29. Suppression hearing
  30. A __________ crime scene helps keep crowds away from the evidence.
  31. Separating family members during a crisis
  32. Crime scene perimeters should be __________ rather than __________.
  33. A __________ is a person harmed by a crime.
  34. Patent prints
  35. What should a crime scene log include?
  36. Off the record
  37. Strip line search pattern
  38. Latent prints
  39. __________ evidence is evidence gathered from witnesses.
  40. At the crime scene, ask the victim or complainant who was present during the crime or offense to name any potential __________ of the incident.
  41. It is easier to __________ the size of a perimeter than to __________ it.
  42. A __________ is a person believed to have committed a crime or offense
  43. When you correctly identify, protect, collect, preserve, transport, and analyze the __________ evidence, it cannot deliver false results.
  44. At the scene of a crime scene incident, you must identify
  45. Evidence
  46. Photographic array
  47. Investigation
  48. __________ property is for the use and enjoyment of the public and is open to the public.
  49. A person occupying __________ property has an expectation of privacy that no one can violate without a search warrant or a valid exception to the warrant requirement.
  50. Place interviewees in separate locations,
  51. Recognizing threats to the evidence
  52. The crime scene __________ provides proof of security and validates the evidence collected at a crime scene.
  53. The same person can represent more than one category at a crime scene. For example,
  54. Ensure that while victims or witnesses are giving statements, no one can __________ them visually or verbally.
  55. __________ evidence consists of objects or perishable evidence such as fingerprints, blood, or tire tracks.
  56. Prior to entering the potential crime scene to process evidence, determine if the scene location is
  57. Deposition
  58. A protected, well-managed crime scene allows for the production of
  59. Pie wheel search pattern
  60. Triangulation
  61. Spiral search pattern
  62. Canvass
  63. If a victim of a crime scene does not require immediate first aid, ask direct, fundamental questions about how the victim sustained the injury.
  64. The size and type of search
  65. Witnesses of a crime scene incident are often __________ to get involved.
  66. Since you may not have the time or resources to question all subjects at a crime scene, determine
  67. Modus operandi
  68. When establishing which people may have information at a crime scene, ask those present
  69. Plastic print
  70. After you document (in your field notes) all witnesses, victims, complainants, and suspects present by writing their names, dates of birth, addresses, sexes, races, and telephone numbers, ask __________ to stay at the crime scene for interviewing.
  71. A __________ is a person who alleges that a crime has been committed or can be the person who calls the police.
  72. The size of the crime scene depends on the
  73. Different crime scenes may require
  74. You have the authority to arrest any individual who, after receiving a warning,
  75. When establishing which people may have information at a crime scene, determine
  76. Officer safety is at risk by
  77. If an interviewee (at the crime scene) is suffering from physical or mental trauma,
  78. Alert officers will
  79. Trial
  80. Independent administrator
  81. __________ is anything that tends to prove or disprove an alleged fact.
  82. Prevent intrusion by anyone who knowingly or unknowingly approaches the crime scene perimeter by using
  83. Multiple witnesses who have viewed or experienced the same event __________ recall the same details.
  84. Evidence markers
  85. Grid search pattern
  86. Always be aware of
  87. Birds eye view
  88. At a crime scene, witnesses should be asked if
  89. __________ involved parties at a crime scene will help each of them focus on what they saw or heard, better maintaining the integrity of their statements.
  90. Use personal observations and statements from victims and witnesses to
  91. Field contact
  92. In responding to a potential crime scene, dispatch will relay to you the
  1. a An officer who administers a photographic array, has no knowledge of the suspect information, and will meticulously avoid any conduct that might influence, directly or indirectly, a victimâs or a witnessâ decision
  2. b A door-to-door inquiry of all possible sources of information in a given area
  3. c Transferred from the friction ridges on fingers by a foreign substance (not a body residue), like blood, paint, or dirt, and are readily visible
  4. d their degree of direct or indirect involvement and the role each person played in the incident.
  5. e document the incident in the contamination list or your report.
  6. f the victim may also be the complainant, or a person initially identified as a witness may become a suspect as the investigation progresses.
  7. g patrol car
  8. h crime scene and guard against unnecessary entrance by cordoning off the area with crime scene tape.
  9. i Help to document the relative positions of evidence items in the crime scene
  10. j never
  11. k maintain visual contact with witnesses, complainants, and suspects at a crime scene.
  12. l decide to adjust the original boundaries or perimeter of the crime scene.
  13. m witnesses
  14. n Physical
  15. o type of crime, the type of evidence, and the location of the evidence.
  16. p significant impact on the success of an investigation.
  17. q An official court proceeding in which all parties, with the exception of the defendant, provide sworn testimonies regarding the facts of the case to one of the attorneys (defense or prosecutor) prior to trial
  18. r Usually used outside by one person. The searcher begins at a certain point and walks in increasingly larger circles to the outermost boundary of the search area
  19. s log
  20. t potential threats to the crime scene area.
  21. u physical
  22. v Often used indoors; a variation of the strip line search pattern. Searchers overlap a series of lanes in a cross pattern, making the search more methodical and thorough
  23. w witness
  24. x remove one or some people from the crime scene.
  25. y additional responsibilities such as providing first aid.
  26. z Evidence
  27. aa make a note to interview this person later when he or she has recovered.
  28. ab Used for vehicle searches, outdoors, or a large area. Divide the area into four different sections and search each using one of the patterns above
  29. ac suspect
  30. ad intimidate
  31. ae larger/smaller
  32. af A group of photographs used in a photographic line-up
  33. ag move behind the crime scene tape, advising that refusal may result in arrest.
  34. ah Private
  35. ai Meaning mode of operating or MO, refers to how someone does something, usually repetitive in nature
  36. aj the reason the person was at the scene

    the date and time of the person's entry or exit

    the name, rank, and agency of each person entering or leaving the scene
  37. ak do not have access just because they are law enforcement officers.
  38. al The most common method of surveying (measuring and documenting) objects within the crime scene
  39. am assist in determining the extent of a crime scene.
  40. an dictates the number and type of personnel or resources needed for crime scene processing.
  41. ao Distinguish between prints belonging to either the victims and witnesses or the possible suspects
  42. ap The examination of facts and related law presided over by a judge or other magistrate who has the authority or jurisdiction to hear the matter
  43. aq protect the crime scene and the evidence it contains from unnecessary intrusion or handling.
  44. ar Refers to information not recorded in an official document
  45. as Provides proof of security and validates the evidence collected at a crime scene
  46. at The process of making detailed and systematic inquiries and observations about a criminal complaint
  47. au unauthorized removal or altercation of any evidence.
  48. av Establish the original positions and draw attention to relevant objects or evidence for photographing and sketching
  49. aw The most common method of sketching, using the downward observation perspective
  50. ax victim
  51. ay Relevant evidence tending to prove or disprove a material fact, with numerous exceptions specified
  52. az you can photograph and document it.
  53. ba distance
  54. bb You must follow the judges orders completely when he or she invokes the rule
  55. bc hesitant
  56. bd all parties involved, including complainants, victims, suspects, and witnesses.
  57. be Occurs after the defense files a motion to suppress or to exclude certain testimony or evidence from the trial, alleging that your improper actions violated their clientâs rights
  58. bf crosses an area marked by crime scene tape.
  59. bg anyone else was involved and what those additional people's roles were.
  60. bh complainant
  61. bi private
  62. bj complainant's name and relationship to the crime scene location.

    the nature and location of the alleged crime.
  63. bk Any person an officer has contact with while on patrolâ"such as a concerned citizen or an anonymous complainant with a sense of civic dutyâ"who does not necessarily generate an incident report
  64. bl where they were and how they were involved in the incident.
  65. bm Among the most valuable types of physical evidence and one of the most common types of evidence you will recover at a crime scene. Although generally invisible to the naked eye, these prints result from body residues left behind when the friction ridges of the hands or feet make contact with a surface
  66. bn Separating
  67. bo one point of entry and exit for the crime scene, and will assign an officer to maintain a crime scene log at that location.
  68. bp Public
  69. bq reduce/enlarge
  70. br Why were you hit?

    When were you hit?

    Where did you stand when hit?

    Who hit you?

    What did the suspect use to hit you?

    Where were you hit?

    How were you hit?
  71. bs Anything that tends to prove or disprove an alleged fact
  72. bt will determine the appropriate method of protection for the crime scene.
  73. bu credible evidence in court that can establish the guilt or innocence of a suspect.
  74. bv may have an unknown motive to mislead officers.
  75. bw might make a bad situation even worse.
  76. bx public or private property.
  77. by Entails dividing the area into a number of wedgeshaped sections, which are usually searched using the strip/line search pattern. Use this method for extremely large search areas
  78. bz who has the most information and knowledge of the incident.
  79. ca larger
  80. cb the entry of unauthorized people into a crime scene.
  81. cc address officer safety concerns and any victim or witness injuries, and secure the potential crime scene(s).
  82. cd different methods of protecting the evidence they contain.
  83. ce Molded or imbedded fingerprint created by touching an impressionable surface, such as wet paint or mud that you can easily see
  84. cf Usually used outside by several people. Divide the search area into lanes. Have one or more people search each lane by moving in both directions, examining all areas
  85. cg near the crime scene area but in a place that poses no risk of contaminating evidence.
  86. ch Testimonial
  87. ci Documentation of everyone who handled the evidence as well as when, why, and what changes, if any, were made to it
  88. cj vital witnesses
  89. ck talk to each other at a crime scene.
  90. cl hear or see each other
  91. cm locate and identify the point of the suspect's entry to and exit from the scene by visually inspecting the crime scene.
  92. cn verbal commands and directions to enforce the perimeter.