Secure Crime Scene

Posted by Johann Banchs Johann Banchs
What secure crime scene means and why is important?

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Shannon Marie Shannon Marie
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Re: Secure Crime Scene

You mean "to secure a crime scene?" Or a "secure scene?"
Either way it means that all of the area is "secured" all evidence tagged, pictures taken, evidence accumulated for testing, and shoe prints, hair, blood weapons and any witnesses have been safely accumulated, and "secured" from any additional tampering, or destruction from people, weather, or additional elements. They have a chain of command that is followed and documented so that if brought to trial the information will stand on its own, and prove usable in a court of law.
Make sense?
Shannon Marie