Seybold Report ISSN: 1533-9211
Qutaiba Sulaiman Hameed Alborisha, Prof. Dr. Sangar Dawood Mohammed Amri
Vol 18, No 5 ( 2023 ) | Licensing: CC 4.0 | Pg no: 337-362 | Published on: 30-05-2023
The crime scene is the place or a group of different places that witness the stage of execution of the crime and contains the remnants of its commission and is considered an appendix to the crime scene. A policeman who arrives at the scene must secure the crime scene and usually surrounds it with tape until the investigation teams and the police arrive. Upon the arrival of the criminal police and the forensic medicine team، they begin to collect evidence and indications، and at the same time the doctor on the spot decides whether there has been a death or not. Of course، all those present at the crime scene will leave a mark (firefighters، for example...) and for this، fingerprint detection is the most effective process for distinguishing the perpetrators from the police paramedics.
Crime scene - victim - offender - investigator - investigation and evidence collection.