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• Address the following in 1–2 pages: o Explain the following for each fingerprinting method selected by the group:  Once the surface/material/substance has been designated for fingerprinting, what is the process for the selected method? Describe and explain in detail using a step-by-step process.  Briefly explain the purpose of each step. • Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

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CRJS406-DB5NameClassDateProfessorCrime Scene Reconstruction Crime scenes are where a crime occurs and in order to determine what has happened or who is responsible for committing the crime. The purpose of crime scene reconstruction is to document and collect all available evidence in order to determine what occurred and how it occurred. For example if the crime is a robbery then the crime scene investigator will reconstruct how they entered the home and what was taken. By understanding how the robber enters the house the forensic examiner will know where to look for evidence. A forensic examiner should be responsible for crime scene reconstruction. The forensic examiners have the training to identify evidence at the crime and have the skills to collect the evidence properly. If an untrained person attempts to collect evidence they could make critical mistakes that could destroy or damage the evidence that is essential to proving the guilt of a criminal offender. When evidence is not properly collected is not only could be lost but if it is not properly documented it could be excluded from the court process. Crime scenes may be reconstructed

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