Evaluation of the Investigation
Like any other form of task, crime scene investigation has to follow defined criteria whereby each component of such protocol is closely interconnected to the objective of each step taken. However, every scene of crime is unique necessitating for assigned staff to employ a different tactic to process the particular area (McEwen & Regoeczi, 2015). Regardless of the varied approaches based on the uniqueness of each case, there are general functions that each investigator is required to undertake.
Firstly, a crime scene technical expert should have in hand a writing pad to note down field notes before interviewing the initial officer to reach a scene towards pinpointing a probable theory for the case. Special Agent Pete Moss accorded Special Agent April Pearson with the role of crime scene technician which she executed with a great deal of dedication. After SA Moss was able to gain a stronger warranty to secure the scene of crime, SA Pearson began executing her mandate concerning the fatal drug deal. Secondly, as the technician, AS Pearson examined the area for a number of reasons which include but not limited to understanding the basic layout of a crime scene, ascertaining the point of entry, outlet, and any evidence oriented items (McEwen & Regoeczi, 2015). Thirdly, an investigator is required to photograph the entire crime scene towards attaining a pictorial layout of the area as well as document images of article associated with evidence. She was able to acquire pictorial data for the entire scene using regular and close pers
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