SERVICESCrime Scene Investigation

Scientific Analytical Tools’ core value has always been dedication (SAT Trading LLC). As a further step toward meeting all of our clients and the region’s safety and security needs, we’ve created this crime scene forensic lab.

All of our crime scene investigation services and products are designed to give you complete solutions, including identifying biological, DNA, and fingerprint evidence and detecting blood platters, footprints, firearms, and ballistics. We have a dedicated team of crime reconstruction experts. Whether it’s a crime scene investigation or 3D reconstruction and analysis, we’re here to meet the needs of our customers. We have been accorded  ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard Accreditation by NABL (constituent board of Quality Council of Indian, Government of India).

  • Forensic Photography
  • Collection of Evidence
  • Packaging of Evidence
  • Documentation
  • Transport of Evidence
  • Chain Of Custody

Forensic Photography

Legal photography is a vital tool in logical odontology; it is expected to play a significant role in poor behavior assessments, just as it does in medicolegal difficulties. It is referred to as “bad behavior Crime scene and forensic photography.” The most crucial benefit of photography in genuine odontology is that it is reasonable and provides verification faster than other methods. The word photography is derived from the Greek words “Photos,” which means “LIGHT,” and “graphos,” which means “Create,” respectively. In Belgium, forensic photography was first introduced in 1851, and it was there that it evolved into a pattern-setting development during the 1870s. New technological advancements have made it possible to use it from that point on. When studying a thing’s position and area and its association with different other things that are irritating or difficult to express completely, photography can be pretty helpful. It was possible to use photographs of the bad behavior incident to provide the best possible explanation in some circumstances, if necessary.

Every picture taken in a bad behavior crime scene forensic lab has the potential to be used as valid confirmation in court; as a result, the person who takes the photos in a bad behavior scene should be well-versed in mechanics and have certain aptitudes for appropriate documentation of evidence. This paper focuses on the essential mechanical viewpoints that the criminological photographer should pay attention to capture a clean and focused photograph.

Collection Of Evidence

At a scene that has been considered worthwhile (“probative”) for collection and Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory, one can gather a wide variety of physical, digital, biological, and other types of evidence, including:

  • Evidence derived from biological sources (e.g., blood, body fluids, hair, and other tissues)
  • Footwear and tire tracks are examples of proof.
  • Evidence obtained using digital means (e.g., cell phone records, Internet logs, email messages)
  • Evidence of a latent print (e.g., fingerprints, palm prints, footprints)
  • Evidence left as a trail (e.g., fibers, soil, vegetation, glass fragments)
  • Proof of a tool and a tool mark
  • Evidence of drug use
  • Evidence involving a firearm

The type of evidence gathered will differ depending on the nature of the offense. For example, in the instance of a burglary, it would be usual practice to complete the actions indicated below in the sequence listed. Using this method, you can help ensure that evidence is not accidentally harmed or destroyed:

  • Take photographs and videotape the scene.
  • Gather trace materials (mainly from possible entry points) and low-level DNA evidence by swabbing regions of suspected interaction.
  • Other items that may carry biological evidence should be gathered as well.
  • Find and gather latent fingerprints as part of the step.

Packaging of Evidence

All evidence taken at a crime scene and obtained at or during an examination is stored and wrapped before being removed from the stage to avoid mishaps or cross-contamination. When the situation allows, make a permanent impression on the item of proof. Proof that one cannot verify, such as filth, hair, and stains, should be placed in a suitable holder or envelope to protect it. Using simple terms to describe some things may interfere with the scientific research of the subject in question. Mark the external bundling consistently.

  • The agency assigns the case number.
  • The date that was recovered or obtained.
  • Item identification number.
  • Initials of the crime reconstruction experts.
  • Proof that has been stocked, stamped, and organized for submission (or return to the examining office) is packaged in a suitable holder and labeled according to office convention. All external bundling is differentiated by the following information that is provided:
    • Before submission or delivery to the research office’s authority, previously packed and stamped compartments are taped with organization-accredited proof tape.
    • Proof tape is used to seal the bundle and is marked with the examiner’s name or initials and the examination date.

Documentation of Evidence

Documentation aims to create a permanent, target record of the scene, the physical proof, and any progressions that occur as a result of the incident. Documentation at the site serves as a starting point for the chain of care and a source of information.

The appearance of the principal figure at the scene serves as the starting point for the documentation. A description of the scene for what it is worth (a) Arrival time (b) Condition of doors, windows, and shades (c) Odors (d) Signs of activities; weather/light conditions; air molding frameworks; utilizing appropriate means (for example, notes, photography, video, portrayals, and estimations); the scene for what it is worth (focal or confined)

Every person who is there when entering or exiting the scene is also recorded, along with any progressions that occur due to any movement attempted or seen by the investigator.

Once the genuine proof has been detected, one must complete meticulous documentation before the evidence may be relocated or recovered.

Each item that has been recovered has been given a unique name.

Transport Of Evidence

The final phase of the crime location examination measure focuses on selecting the transportation methods and storage capacity appropriate for the specific type of actual proof to be sent to the research facility to ensure the reliability of the evidence sent to the facility.

Chain Of Custody

Chain of Custody is a term used to describe transferring ownership of a piece of property.

The transmission of proof/property from criminal scene investigators to another individual, location, or organization is recorded in the chain of guardianship.

List of evidence:

  • The item number and a concise depiction of the item
  • Depending on the situation, the reason for the trade may differ.
  • The signature of the individual who has accepted the proof from another individual or region has been established.
  • The date and season of the trade should be included in all exchanges.
  • The identification of the person who moved the proof.

The signature of the person providing the proof to another person or geographic location.

Why Choose Connectel

  • Our goal is to gain the confidence of clients, partners, and colleagues in the field of Crime Scene Investigation by being the most reliable firm in the area.
  • Aside from helping professionals advance their skills and expertise in this industry, our ultimate goal is to give unsurpassed levels of customer care and high-quality products to all of our clients.

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