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How to Do a Crime Scene Sketch?

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Crime scene sketch is a rough graphical image representation of where an illegal act has been committed. How to do a crime scene sketch; first one has to have visited the crime scene to make an observation. Secondly, take note of the important details of the crime such as objects involved. You can now roughly scale the area size. Your sketch should have a key to help someone understand it. Use correct measurements to help make correct interpretations of the sketch.
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1. Observe the scene, but do not disturb anything. Measure distances and draw an outline of the area being investigated. 2. Draw a rough sketch of the scene with the victim's position
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The colors in the scene,the distances of all objects from two points, and the position of all law enforcement officials at the time. Basically every single detail they see infront
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There is no date for when the first crime scene sketch was
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None? During an investigation, actual photographs are taken. However, as cameras, recorders, or even mobile phones are not allowed to be on during a trial or anytime in court, a sketch
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