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Removal of fatalities will await authorization. D. Avoid disturbing areas not directly involved in rescue activities. Summary: Lifesaving efforts are first responders’ priority. Additionally, care should be taken not to disturb areas where rescue activities are not taking place. 4. Establish Security and Control Principle: First responders will establish control and restrict scene access to essential personnel, thereby aiding rescue efforts and scene preservation. First responders will initiate documentation.
Remind personnel that evidence can take many forms; it is not limited solely to components of the device(s). Summary: 22 The investigator will meet with emergency responders and investigative personnel in preparation for scene documentation and processing. Section D. Documenting the Scene 1. Develop Written Documentation Principle: The investigator will prepare written scene documentation to become part of the permanent record. Procedure: The investigator should: A. Document access to the scene (see the sample access control log in appendix A).
Section D. Documenting the Scene 1. Develop Written Documentation Principle: The investigator will prepare written scene documentation to become part of the permanent record. Procedure: The investigator should: A. Document access to the scene (see the sample access control log in appendix A). B. Document activities, noting dates and times, associated with the incident and the investigation (see the sample activity log in appendix A). C. , odors, weather, structural conditions) (see the sample narrative description in appendix A).
A guide for explosion and bombing scene investigation by National Institute of Justice (U.S.). Technical Working Group for Bombing Scene Investigation.; National Institute of Justice (U.S.)