Crime Scene Reconstruction

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Review of Initial Crime Scene Investigation

In most major crimes, the initial crime scene investigation yields the most information as to what actually happened. We can review the notes, diagrams, photographs, videos and conclusions crime scene investigators may have obtained during their initial phase of the investigation. Our experienced staff will assist you in making a determination as to whether the facts found at the crime scene support the conclusions being drawn. In some cases we will recommend returning to the scene and attempting to re-create the crime.

Review of Follow-up reports and Laboratory reports

After the initial crime scene review, our experts will review follow-up reports. These may be submitted by police, private investigators, crime laboratories or others and frequently contain information crucial to arriving at the true answer in the case.

What may Bloodstain Pattern Analysis do for your case?

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis may on many occasions, clearly define the location of the victim or the assailant(s) by establishing the actions of either or both. Possible and impossible scenarios may be established to determine if the victim/witness/assailant is accurately describing what took place.

* What type of weapon or impact occurred to cause the bloodstains present?
* How many times was the victim struck ?
* Where was the victim(s) at the time the injuries were inflicted?
* Where was the assailant(s) during and following the assault?
* Is the bloodstain evidence consistent with the medical examiner’s findings?
* Is the bloodstain evidence on the suspect and his clothing consistent with the crime scene?

Examination of Crime Scene Evidence

By examining the actual physical evidence from a crime scene, our experts can verify the results of previous examinations made and/or conclusions reached. In some cases, our examination will reveal additional evidence which may be vital to the case. Trace evidence such as hair, fibers, glass, paint, insulations and many others, may be recovered from clothing and other surfaces using a variety of techniques. These include various light sources and removal of visible or not readily visible material by using sticky tape lifts. Examination of this material may allow an association or elimination to be made between an individual (suspect or victim) and other people, places, or things that are involved in the investigation. Many other types of evidence such as latent fingerprints, firearms residues or projectiles, blood, semen and a host of other types of physical evidence should not be overlooked.

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Contact our Crime Scene Reconstruction Forensic Experts Lab Today! Michael Sinke – Latent Print Specialist, Forensic Document Analyst, Crime Scene Reconstruction

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