By National Institute of Justice (U.S.). Technical Working Group for Bombing Scene Investigation.; National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
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25 Section E. Processing Evidence at the Scene Note: At the time the scene is determined to involve a bombing or other crime, the investigator must address legal requirements for scene access, search, and evidence seizure. 1. Assemble the Evidence Processing Team Principle: Effective organization and composition of the evidence processing team ensure the proper collection and preservation of evidence. Procedure: The size of the evidence processing team depends on the magnitude of the scene, but the investigator needs to ensure that the following roles and expertise are addressed: A.
F. Document thoroughly victims’ injuries and correlate victims’ locations at the time of the incident with the seat(s) of the explosion(s). G. Interview the medical examiner/coroner and hospital emergency personnel regarding fatalities and injuries. Summary: The investigator must attempt to determine the locations of all victims and witnesses. Victim and witness statements and information about their injuries may be essential to establishing the nature of the device and the circumstances of the incident.
Personnel access log (see the sample in appendix A). C. Activity log (see the sample in appendix A). D. Review of interviews and events. E. Narrative description of the scene (see the sample in appendix A). F. Photo and video logs (see the sample in appendix A). G. Diagrams, sketches, and evidence mapping. H. Evidence recovery log (see the sample in appendix A). Summary: By accounting for all investigative steps prior to leaving the scene, the investigator ensures an accurate and thorough representation of the scene for the permanent record.