Tablets or capsules.
Packages wrapped for shipment should contain no more than the evidence for one
Each item of evidence within the shipping container should be in
its own separate package. This precludes cross contamination of certain types of
Packages that contain items of evidence that require careful or selective handling
during transit should be labeled appropriately.
The nature of the evidence will
govern the warning notices affixed to the wrapped box; for example, "Fragile,"
"Keep Away from Fire," or "Keep Cool."
There are three methods that can be used to send the
evidence to the lab. They are--
Freight (government bill of lading).
and explosives cannot be transmitted through the mail.
be forwarded, the lab must be notified that the shipment is planned and
acknowledge receipt of notification. The notification should include the
packaging. This minimizes the danger of unpacking at the lab.
Figure 2-16 provides guidelines for wrapping, packaging, and transmitting evidence.
If you are unsure of how to properly wrap a specific item, contact the lab for
PART G - ASSURE PROPER USE OF INVESTIGATIVE AIDS
As a military police investigator, your investigation may extend beyond your
Your investigation could require investigative aids.
aids could include--
Each will be discussed in detail.