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A forensic unit within a federal crime lab has bee tasked with the investigation of an individual who is suspected of manufacturing, transportation, and sale of illegal fireworks explosives. Upon responding to a fire at the suspect’s house, firefighters discover 2.5 tons of explosives, and therefore, put out the fire from a distance. When investigators arrive on the scene, several networked computers, PDAs, cell phones, and laptops were found in an upstairs office. As junior investigators, they are unsure of how the fourth and fifth amendments will affect their investigation, search warrants, and the ultimate seizure of these devices. In addition, they are unsure of the standard operating procedures for processing computer evidence within the first and fourth amendments governance, so AB Investigative Services (ABIS) has been contracted to provide guidance in these areas. 4-6 pages in describing the forensics procedures to collect, and process forensic evidence from these devices while f

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Forensic Plan NameCRJS475 DateProfessorForensic Plan Customer Service In the forensic plan the needs of the customer will need to be met to ensure the success of the state crime lab. The customers of a state crime lab are members of the criminal justice system and members of the community. The criminal justice system relies on the state crime lab to develop forensic evidence that will assist them in their case while the community relies on the state lab to do the most effective job to ensure the greatest amount of safety. Just like with any other type of service being provided to the public, a state crime lab has an obligation to ensure the highest quality scientific analysis of the evidence to ensure justice is served. The prosecutor or defense relies on the evidence that is developed by the crime lab to prove their case so good customer service is essential. Customer service includes having the appropriate uniform procedures in place to ensure evidence can be received by law enforcement officers, defense attorneys, and other members of the criminal justice system without any complications and providing the customer with the most professional

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