CRJS475 IP3

Apr 19th, 2015
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A forensic unit within a federal crime lab has been tasked with the investigation of an individual who is suspected of the 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 are found in an upstairs office. As junior investigators, they are unsure of how the first and fourth 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. • Provide a 5–6 page document in Word describing: o the forensics procedures to collect, and process forensic evi

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CRJS475-IP3NameClassDateProfessorCRJS475-IP3 A federal forensic unit has been tasked with the investigation of an individual who is suspected of the manufacturing, transportation, and sale of illegal fireworks explosives. The junior forensic investigators were alerted to the scene after firefighters put out a fire that was the result of 2.5 tons of explosives. Upon arriving on the scene computer forensic evidence was located in an upstairs office including several networked computers, PDAs, cell phones, and laptops that needed to be collected and analyzed for its evidentiary value. Before the investigation of the computer evidence can be collected and analyzed the junior investigators must be trained on the standard operating procedures and the first and fourth amendments implications of the crime scene investigation. Without the correct knowledge on the proper steps for processing computer evidence at a crime scene the evidence can be damaged or lost or result in it being excluded from the court case. As a result the evidence may not be authenticated in the court process and a guilty criminal offender could go free. In order to guide the junior investigators in the proper collection of evidence as well as the processing procedures and guidelines that need to be followed and experienced ABS investigator must be present at the crime scene to ensure the process is legal and the procedures that are used follow the necessary standards for

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