When searching a crime scene for evidence, you should:
examine every item for latent fingerprints and record each set of prints
in your notebook.
search to ensure that you collect only that evidence which will be
admissible in court.
search the crime scene using a systematic method to ensure complete
examine only those items which you know are related to the offense.
What is the right procedure for correcting an error in your notes?
When a mistake is made, an explanation should be given as a footnote.
The mistake should be lined out and initialed by the author of the notes.
Remove the page from the notebook and start over.
There is no set procedure.
7. A crime scene may be disturbed prior to processing under certain circumstances.
One of these circumstances is to:
provide security at the scene.
protect evidence which may be stolen.
evacuate dead personnel.
pronounce personnel dead.
8. A rough sketch of a crime scene should contain certain essential elements.
Some of these elements are:
direction of north.
the title block.
I, II, III, and IV.
I, II, IV, and V.
II, III, and VI.
III, IV, and VI.