ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
CORRECT ANSWER AND FEEDBACK
Ensure that the scene is protected.
These MPs should take steps to...(Page 2-2, Part B, a).
Entrance-exitway approach photo.
Overall approach of entrance-exitway.
(Page 2-11, Part E, Step 7,
Yes, evidence which is fragile...
Protect fragile pieces of evidence.
(Page 2-4, Part C, b(2)(a)).
Its accuracy, but not its preparation.
Finished drawings (from the rough...(Page 2-23, Part F, d).
Search the crime scene using a systematic...
In rooms, buildings, and small...(Page 2-4, Part C, b(2)).
The mistake should be lined out and...
If a mistake is made in the notes...(Page 2-5, Part D, b(l)).
Pronounce personnel dead.
A crime scene may be disturbed..(Page 2-2, Part B, d(l)).
I, II, IV, and V.
For clarity, all rough sketches should...(Page 2-24, Part F, elements
of a sketch, c).
I and III.
This photo is taken before...(Page 2-12, Part E, Step 7, d, note).
II, III, and IV.
Rough sketches are made in pencil...(Page 2-23, Part F, a).
Two clearly identifiable opposite points...
In the triangulation method...(Page 2-25, Part F, triangulation method,
A chip of glass from a broken window.
Place evidence that cannot be marked...(Page 2-32, Part F, Step 11, d).
The first MP at the scene.
Preservation of the crime scene then...(Page 2-2, Part A, d).