Learn more from leading law enforcement experts on the critical first steps required to successfully manage violent crime scenes by viewing the Interactive Infographic, downloading the Visor Card, and listening to the Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence Podcast Series.
Investigating crime is an art that involves uncovering the truth to successfully identify, apprehend, and prosecute criminals. Crime scene investigation is an essential investigative process that aims at recording the scene as it is first encountered and recognizing and collecting all physical evidence potentially relevant to the solution of the case.
In addition, violent crime scenes are often high-stress, chaotic, and emotional events that are physically and emotionally demanding and require intense focus and self-awareness. It is essential that law enforcement officers have a clear mind-set and are mentally, physically, and emotionally prepared to effectively respond to any crime scene.
Learners will be able to identify and demonstrate their knowledge of the critical first steps during a crime scene response and investigation, relating to:
The following Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence training resources provide you, the first responder, with critical first steps to consider to successfully manage violent crime scenes by using the acronym S.C.E.N.E.
This interactive infographic provides you, the first responder, with critical first steps to consider to successfully manage volatile crime scenes using the acronym S.C.E.N.E.
As you navigate through each topic, select the icons to learn more about how you can maintain Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence.
The Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence Visor Card was designed to provide first responders with a quick reference and overview of the steps and considerations needed to successfully manage a violent crime scene.
Learn more from leading law enforcement experts on the critical first steps required to successfully manage violent crime scenes by listening to the Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence Podcast Series. Listen to the series on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, or load the RSS feed directly into your favorite podcast app. You can also play each episode directly in your browser below.