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3-4 paragraphs with references A prominent local newspaper in the Washington, DC area has learned through federal channels of the expertise exemplified by your company, XY Investigative…

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CRJS475-DB5NameClassDateProfessorHigh Tech Crimes In high tech crimes the forensic personnel tasked with collecting and analyzing the evidence must have the necessary skills to ensure the evidence does not become damaged or destroyed. The most important people that a forensic investigator must interview to secure evidence in computer-related crimes are the owners of the high tech evidence, responding police, and the forensic examiner. The police that respond to the crime should be asked if anyone tampered with the evidence and if the evidence was properly secured. It is important to ensure that once the crime scene is in the hands of police evidence is properly preserved. The owner of the high tech evidence, such as a computer, can provide important passwords and warn of any programs on the computer designed to destroy evidence. The owner should be asked for passwords and other vital information concerning the high tech evidence. The forensic investigator would also interview a technology expert on the high tech technology to ensure their collections efforts will not cause damage to the evidence and ask questions, such how is the high tech evidenc

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