By National Institute of Justice (U.S.). Technical Working Group for Bombing Scene Investigation.; National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
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D. That evidence is: ◆ Photographed. ◆ Packaged and preserved in containers. , date, collector’s initials, item number, location). ◆ Recorded in the evidence recovery log. ◆ Secured in the designated storage location. 30 E. The labeling, transportation, and storage of evidence by: ◆ Placing evidence from different locations or searches in separate external containers. ◆ Labeling evidence for storage and shipment, including identification of hazards. ◆ Arranging for transportation of the evidence.
B. Establish an entry and exit path for personnel. C. , structural damage, secondary devices, unconsumed explosive materials, failed utilities, hazardous materials) and to the locations of physical evidence. D. Ensure preservation and/or collection of transient evidence. E. Attempt to locate the seat(s) of the explosion(s). Summary: The investigator’s initial walkthrough will be an opportunity to identify evidence and the presence of safety hazards. 4. Secure Required Resources Principle: Following the walkthrough, the investigator should meet with available emergency responders and investigative personnel to determine what resources, equipment, and additional personnel may be needed.
D. Mark hazard areas clearly and designate safety zones to receive victims and evacuees. 16 Summary: To ensure safety, first responders will take steps to identify, evaluate, and mitigate scene hazards and establish safety zones. 3. Administer Lifesaving Efforts Principle: First responders’ primary responsibility is to rescue living victims and provide treatment for life-threatening injuries. While performing emergency operations, they are to preserve evidence and avoid disturbing areas not directly involved in the rescue activities, including those areas containing fatalities.