Activities directed at the prevention of the offenses designated above.
Investigations of allegations against military personnel when not covered by
Juvenile offenses not within the investigative responsibility of the CID.
PART B - ASSURE USE OF PROPER CRIME SCENE PROCESSING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES
As a military police investigator, the use of proper crime scene processing
procedures and techniques is vital.
Various procedures and supplementary
techniques relating to crime scene evidence are outlined in this learning event.
Investigations must be properly managed to ensure timely resolution of all
incidents referred to the MPI section.
Crime scene processing procedures begin the moment the investigator arrives at the
scene of the crime.
Evidence connected with the investigation must be properly
collected, documented, and controlled. For all physical evidence relating to the
scene of a crime, MP investigators should be able to execute the following:
Search for evidence.
Record the evidence.
Collect the evidence.
Mark the evidence.
As an investigator at a crime scene, it is important to accurately record the
Recording evidence is a vital aid to remembering the details of the
crime scene as well as providing concrete proof of a crime. Recording evidence can
be done in a number of ways. These include--
All of these procedures assist in recognizing, identifying, and preserving the
The above methods of recording evidence at a crime scene will be