The crime scene investigator must be certain that control and
security of the crime scene is maintained until it has been
completely processed and released.
Crime scene verified upon arrival to room #6, Bldg #S-3251-B, FMA.
Room #6 is located in the SE corner of the building which is white and
green in color, single floor, metal and cinder block-type constructed
troop barracks, adjacent to E side of 14th Avenue about midway between
20th Street and Baltzell Road, FMA.
Weather conditions are partly cloudy, cold, windy, moderate humidity,
no visible air pollution; inside temperature approximately 68 degrees
F, outside about 34 degrees F, the grass and ground are wet with frost.
There are no unusual odors detected, inside or outside, at this time.
Upon arrival at the scene, I am met by 2LT Tim K. WINKLER, 416-30-6743,
Deborah A. DUNN, 575-20-6742, and SPC Anthony R. KUPUKA, 575-40-8721,
MP patrol unit. All individuals are assigned to the 53d MP Co. and are
the responding MP on duty.
WINKLER stated that he had checked the
victim for signs of life upon arrival about 0720, this date, and that
she was obviously dead.
He further advised that crime scene security
had been established upon arrival; that evidence items had not been
touched or moved nor had the scene undergone any physical change as the
result of weather or other actions.
Crime scene security is adjusted by my posting LITTLE at the
entrance/exit to room #6; DUNN at the E main entrance to the building;
and KUPUKA at the W main door to the building.
All are specifically
instructed to allow no one to enter or exit their posts without my
prior approval. WINKLER is requested to establish a VIP briefing point
where the driveway enters the parking lot adjacent to the S side of the
building. WINKLER is further requested to maintain an accurate roster
in the event crime scene security MP are changed or relieved and to
ensure that scene security instructions are properly passed on. There
is no additional investigative or security assistance required at this
I will search and process the scene using the clockwise circle method
SCAN THE SCENE:
View and record the central theme of items (common name) and their