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• Address the following in 10–12 pages: o Why will this particular case require the use of forensic biology? Explain in detail. o When you arrive on the scene, what is your first course of action? Describe your process, and be specific.  How will you avoid contamination at this stage of the investigation? Explain.  How will you control the other first responders or law enforcement officers? What challenges do they pose to a forensic investigator? Explain. o What will you do to identify the remains at this crime scene? Explain.  What is the documentation process for collecting and preserving this type of evidence? Explain. o How will you transport your evidence to the lab safely? Explain. o Once you arrive back at the lab, what significant risks of contamination exist? Explain.  How will you avoid this contamination? o What is the process for DNA analysis on the decomposing body?  What specific tests will you use? Explain.  How will serology play a role in the sele

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CRJS478-IP5NameClassDateProfessorCrime Scene Investigation Carl and Joseph are hunting in the woods for deer when Carl fell into a hole in the ground filled with skeletons and one decomposing body. Joseph assisted Carl in getting out of the hole and then the men immediately contacted the police and the scene was secured. Police are responsible for securing the crime scene until forensic investigators can arrive and begin the forensic investigation. Upon arriving on the scene forensic investigators observe five skeletons in the home and one decomposing body. The forensic investigator is now responsible for conducting the forensic investigation. Forensic Science at the Scene Forensic science is essential to uncovering the identity of the skeletons and decomposing body at the scene. Forensic science is science applied to the discovery of evidence and to processes in the criminal justice system. Any science used to advance justice is forensic science. When evidence is located at a crime scene the different branches of forensic science will be responsible for the analysis of the different types of evidence located at the scene. Through forensic science the criminal investigation has become easier as far as identifying criminal suspects and has simplified the court process in assisting prosecutors in proving the guilt of the offender. When a forensic investigator arrives on the scene there should already be police present that have secured

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