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  1. Testimonial evidence; Physical evidence
  2. Public property
  3. "Off the record"
  4. Fragile
  5. Bird's-eye-view; Downward Observation Perspective
  6. 24
  7. Public
  8. Suppression Hearing
  9. admissible
  10. Zone/Quadrant Search Pattern
  11. Photographic Framing
  12. Testimonial Evidence; Physical Evidence
  13. Pie/Wheel Search Pattern
  14. deposition
  15. Electronic
  16. Close up
  17. Field Contact
  18. Biological
  19. Triangulation
  20. Nine to Twelve
  21. Paint
  22. Trace Evidence
  23. Crime Scene Log
  24. Follow-up
  25. Flood Lighting
  26. Evidence markers
  27. Crime Scene Sketch
  28. Case number, Location, Date and Time, and your Name
  29. powder
  30. Complainant
  31. Reduce; Enlarge
  32. Confidential Informants
  33. Microanalysis
  34. Drive-by
  35. Scale; Ruler; Identifier
  36. Impression
    Evidence
  37. "Not To Scale"
  38. Physical Evidence
  39. Latent
  40. Midrange
  41. Locard's Exchange Principle
  42. subpoena
  43. Patent
  44. Dr. Edmond Locard
  45. grid search pattern
  46. Simultaneous
  47. ...
  48. investigation
  49. Photographing
  50. Investigation
  51. Plastic
  52. Witness
  53. Crime Scene Analyst
  54. Spiral Search Pattern
  55. Rachel's
  56. trial
  57. preliminary
  58. 918.13
  59. Evidence
  60. Private property
  61. chain of custody
  62. Moving; Stationary; Electronic
  63. document
  64. Fibers
  65. Visible
  66. Victim
  67. Scale; Identifier
  68. Show-up
  69. Independent Administrator
  70. Stationary
  71. Canvass
  72. Suspect
  73. Expectation of Privacy
  74. Testimonial Evidence
  75. Elimination
  76. Size; Type
  77. Transitory
  78. Perishable
  79. Public Records; Private Records
  80. Public Safety Telecommunicator
  81. Heat
  82. Medical Examiner; Forensic Specialist
  83. leads
  84. paper bags
  85. Strip/Line Search Pattern
  86. 911 Dispatch
  87. Moving
  88. capias
  89. Juvenile
  90. Personal Protective Equipment
  1. a A photographic array is a group of photographs used in a photographic line-up. A photographic array can
    be more efficient than a live line-up because the agency can reprint existing photographs. Photographic arrays
    can increase the possibility that an adequate number of similar photographs are available for identification.
  2. b A ___ is 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. It is the attorneys' chance to
    assess the case further and document your verbal testimony before a trial or hearing.
  3. c ___ are people who furnish police with information about crimes, primarily because of the expectation of some personal benefit or advantage, and rarely out of a sense of civic duty.
  4. d ___ can provide information that will further your investigation.
  5. e The ___ provides proof of security and validates the evidence collected at a crime scene.
  6. f Florida Statutes defines ___ evidence as relevant evidence tending to prove or disprove a material fact, with numerous exceptions specified.
  7. g ___ consists of objects or perishable evidence such as fingerprints, blood, or tire tracks.
  8. h A ___ is a legal order for an arrest issued by the clerk of courts at the request of the state attorney's office.
  9. i ___ prints result from body residues left behind when the friction ridges of the hands or feet make contact with a surface.
  10. j A person occupying private property has an ___ that no one can violate without a search warrant or a valid exception to the warrant requirement.
  11. k hairs
  12. l There are several ways to perform surveillance on a suspect's location: ___, ___, and ___
  13. m ___ is generally less reliable than ___ because people perceive events differently, do not remember accurately, or lie.
  14. n ___ records of government entities and publicly owned utilities are records that, with few exceptions, you may access on demand. The records from federal, state, county, and city databases can provide additional information regarding the suspect's address, employment information, and other essential facts.
  15. o ___ help to document the relative positions of evidence items in the crime scene. Place them next to each piece of evidence within the crime scene after initially photographing the scene and developing your initial sketch.
  16. p You will collect two types of evidence at a crime scene, ___ and ___.
  17. q ___ prints are transferred from the friction ridges on fingers by a foreign substance (not a body residue), like blood, paint, or dirt, and are readily visible.
  18. r Sketches should include the statement ___ unless you are prepared to testify that every item is precisely drawn to scale on the sketch.
  19. s Because of the nature of the evidence, a ___ or a trained ___ should see the bones
    at the site as discovered.
  20. t ___ is 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.
  21. u Include a ___, ___, or ___ in each close-up photograph you take.
  22. v A ___ is a door-to-door inquiry of all possible sources of information in a given area.
  23. w It is easier to ___ the size of a perimeter than to ___ it.
  24. x Before trial, you may receive a ___ or notice to give a deposition.
  25. y ___ presentation occurs when the independent administrator presents a group of photographs to the victim or witness all at once, at the same time.
  26. z Examples of ___ evidence can include blood, footwear, and tire impressions, or trace evidence such as hair or fibers.
  27. aa A ___ is a person harmed by a crime.
  28. ab The ___ view shots show the relationship between the evidence items within the scene.
  29. ac Florida Statute s. ___ states that it is a felony to alter, destroy, conceal, or remove any record, document, or thing with the purpose to impair its truth or availability in a criminal trial or investigation.
  30. ad An ___ is the process of making detailed and systematic inquiries and observations about a criminal complaint. The purpose is to recreate what happened during the incident, identify and locate the suspect, and develop enough evidence to establish probable cause to make an arrest.
  31. ae ___ (1877-1966), a pioneer in forensic science, formulated the
    fundamental principle of forensic science: "Every contact leaves a trace."
  32. af tool marks
  33. ag A ___ is anything containing a mark to convey a message.
  34. ah ___ is 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.
  35. ai An ___ occurs when you make detailed and systematic inquiries or observations.
  36. aj ___ is the most common method of surveying (measuring and documenting) objects within the crime scene. This method measures objects from at least two fixed points, forming a triangle.
  37. ak A ___ is a person believed to have committed a crime or offense.
  38. al A ___ is a documentation of everyone who handled the evidence as well as
    when, why, and what changes, if any, were made to it.
  39. am ___ is for the use and enjoyment of the public and is open to the public.
  40. an A patrol officer looking for a wanted person often performs this surveillance.
  41. ao Florida's climate is particularly hard on batteries, as ___ deteriorates batteries.
  42. ap ___ belongs to an individual and is not open to the public.
  43. aq ___ is 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.
  44. ar When photographing specific items such as blood drops, weapons, or tire marks, place a ___ or ___ in the photograph with the evidence to establish the original positions and draw attention to relevant objects or evidence for photographing and sketching.
  45. as The ___ investigation focuses on establishing whether a criminal act has been committed and, if so, what type and when and where it was committed.
  46. at ___ refers to
    information not recorded in an official document.
  47. au ___ surveillance involves parking your vehicle some distance away in a location that allows an approach to the area on foot in a covert manner.
  48. av 911 Dispatch is also known as the ___.
  49. aw ___ are a means of documentation that aid in the reconstruction, explanation, and permanent recording of an incident. It can show relative positions (spatial relationships) of objects within the crime scene that are not readily visible in photographs. They can be used to document where evidence was recovered within the crime scene.
  50. ax The most common method of sketching is using the ___ or ___.
  51. ay The most common way to process latent fingerprints is by dusting them with one of several types of ___.
  52. az ___ prints allow fingerprint analysts to distinguish between prints belonging to either the victims and witnesses or the possible suspects.
  53. ba Sometimes ___ transfer between the clothes of the victim and the assailant. They can come from clothing, carpet, rope, automobile carpeting, upholstery, or other common
    articles.
  54. bb ___ view shots show the details of a specific item of evidence and must include a scale or identifier.
  55. bc A ___ occurs when an officer presents a victim or witness with a single suspect for identification, during the same time as the initial investigation.
  56. bd ___ evidence is evidence that can blow or wash away.
  57. be wet evidence, such as items soaked with bodily fluids or living plant material, must either be air-dried, packaged in breathable containers such as ___, or both.
  58. bf In responding to a potential crime scene, you will receive pertinent information regarding the incident from the ___.
  59. bg ___ transfer can provide useful evidence in solving crimes such as a hit-and-run crash.
  60. bh ___ is the process of microscopically analyzing trace evidence, such as paint, glass, and cloth fibers, to determine a possible source or origin. It can identify and compare other materials such as textile fibers, plastics, duct tape, lamp filaments, and fractured, torn, or cut items.
  61. bi There are two main types of information—___ and ___.
  62. bj A ___ is a person who sees, knows, or vouches for something and may make a sworn statement about that information.
  63. bk The ___ and ___ of search dictates the number and type of personnel or resources needed for crime scene processing.
  64. bl A ___ is a person who alleges that a crime has been committed or can be the person who calls the police.
  65. bm ___ is anything that tends to prove or disprove an alleged fact.
  66. bn A ___ is any person an officer has contact with while on patrol—such as a concerned citizen or an anonymous complainant with a sense of civic duty—who does not necessarily generate an incident report. They are often instrumental to solving a case.
  67. bo A ___ print is a molded or imbedded fingerprint created by touching an impressionable
    surface, such as wet paint or mud that you can easily see.
  68. bp An ___ is 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 victim's or a witness' decision.
  69. bq The job of a ___ is to determine what evidence at the scene belongs to the criminal and not to the victims or witnesses.
  70. br Standard camera flashes will only project ___ feet.
  71. bs Include the ___, ___, ___ and ___, and ___ when submitting photographs.
  72. bt ___ is 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.
  73. bu Follow agency guidelines concerning confidential informants, as outlined in ___ Law, s. 914.28, F.S.
  74. bv After reviewing the report, a ___ investigation can include contacting witnesses, victims, and suspects, reviewing evidence, locating additional evidence, and writing a capias request, arrest affidavit, or arrest warrant.
  75. bw A ___ 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 client's rights. This hearing usually occurs before the trial but also may occur during the trial. The court will call on you to testify to your actions related to the stop, detention, arrest, search, seizure, statements, confessions, or evidence that the defense is trying to suppress.
  76. bx ___ is evidence gathered from witnesses.
  77. by ___ evidence can include a bullet hole in glass held into place by a thin window tint.
  78. bz Records pertaining to ___ arrests and incidents with law enforcement are restricted from the public by Florida law.
  79. ca Use ___ whenever you handle or collect evidence.
  80. cb According to Florida law, the first appearance hearing must occur within ___ hours of the
    arrest.
  81. cc ___ surveillance involves monitoring a person of interest through tracking devices—cell phone or credit card use—which typically requires a court order.
  82. cd A ___ at a specific location involves an officer behaving as though passing by this area is just a part of a normal driving routine.
  83. ce ___ evidence can include bruises, lacerations, broken bones, gunshot wounds, and trace or transfer evidence.
  84. cf ___ is 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.
  85. cg ___ evidence left at crime scenes may contain DNA.
  86. ch A ___ is 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.
  87. ci ___ the crime scene is the first event that should take place before any detailed crime scene work begins.
  88. cj Referred to as
    ___, this contends that everyone who enters a crime scene will
    both bring something into and take something from it.
  89. ck ___ is composing the photograph so that it depicts what you are trying to document.
  90. cl Consider ___ with a flashlight or using the vehicle spotlight or headlights if the overall picture requires you to photograph the scene from more than nine to twelve feet away.