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For most death investigations, you start with a plain notebook and start writing. Wouldn’t it be easier to just fill in the blanks beginning with time assigned to the release of the crime scene? The Checklist is designed to help you investigate a crime scene. It covers bodies found in structures, water, vehicles and open areas; it will put your investigation into a format where the information can be found. This information will also work as a reminder of what needs to be done, to get you thinking and to be more observant, as well as aid in the prosecution of the case. Class participants will be given a code to access the Death Scene Check List free of charge.Watch on Demand

For most death investigations, you start with a plain notebook and start writing. Wouldn’t it be easier to just fill in the blanks beginning with time assigned to the release of the crime scene? The Checklist is designed to help you investigate a crime scene. It covers bodies found in structures, water, vehicles and open areas; it will put your investigation into a format where the information can be found. This information will also work as a reminder of what needs to be done, to get you thinking and to be more observant, as well as aid in the prosecution of the case. Class participants will be given a code to access the Death Scene Check List free of charge.

Dick WarringtonSpeaker: Dick Warrington 
Crime Scene Consultant, and Certified Crime Scene Instructor, Lynn Peavey Company

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