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Who is the owner of Order 338 - Crime Scene

Commanding Officer of Crime Scene Unit

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_____ – Conducts all preliminary evidence gathering at crime scenes in addition to evidence analysis and photography.

Crime Scene Unit (CSU)

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If a supervisor determines that extenuating circumstances warrant the presence of a CSU detective outside of the guidelines below, he should contact the _____

on-duty or on-call CSU supervisor:

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Who processes Aggravated Battery scenes?

CSU detective respond to all Aggravated Batteries

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The _____ will photograph Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO) canine apprehension bites. In the event they are not available, the _____ will respond to photograph the incident.

on-duty Canine Unit supervisor
sector police supervisor

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A CSU detective will be called in cases where a _____ in reference to an animal bite, or when someone sustains _____ resulting from an animal bite.

criminal investigation will be conducted
life-threatening injuries

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A CSU detective will be called to Arson cases, only when _____ or _____

a death or life-threatening injury is involved, or
when a State Fire Marshal requests a response;

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A CSU detective will be called to Batteries where _____ and it is related to DV, in a correctional facility, to a LEO and when a suspect is in custody.

the victim has visible injuries

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A CSU detective will be called to a Burglary to a residence or a business except when _____

the only processible evidence consists of burglarized vehicles on the premises

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A CSU detective will be called to Burglary to a vehicle - When evidence to be collected is _____, when the loss is _____ or more, there are _____ or more vehicles indicative of a series, or when _____

of a nature which the patrol officer is not equipped or trained to collect
$5,000
five
a suspect is in custody.

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A CSU detective will be called to Hazardous Device – only if requested by _____

a Hazardous Devices Technician

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A CSU detective will be called to Child Abuse cases _____ and/or where _____

with visible injuries
living conditions are a pertinent factor in the case;

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A CSU detective will be called to Criminal Mischief; (3)

(1) When damage is $1000 or more;
(2) Gang Graffiti or
(3) When a suspect is in custody.

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Does profane or vulgar words spray painted on the side of a building by themselves considered gang graffiti?

no

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A CSU detective will be called to Death – Natural only . at the request of a _____ or _____;

supervisor or Homicide

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A CSU detective will be called to Hit and Run crashes (2)

(1) Anytime life threatening injury or death occurs; or
(2) When requested by a supervisor or Traffic Homicide Investigator.

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A CSU detective will be called to Police vehicle damage _____

sustained as the result of a criminal act;

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A CSU detective will be called to all robberies to businesses – Unless _____

it is known that the suspect did not touch anything;

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A CSU detective will be called to Robbery (carjacking) – only _____, _____ or _____

if evidence is present, the victim is injured, or the vehicle is recovered;

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A CSU detective will be called to Robbery (individual) – Only if _____;

the victim has visible, photographable injuries

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A CSU detective will be called to Lewd and Lascivious Assaults with _____;

evidence present

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A CSU detective will be called to all traffic crashes involving Sheriff’s Office vehicles when_____ and _____;

there is injury sufficient to require emergency medical treatment and transportation by an emergency medical vehicle

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A CSU detective will be called to crashes _____ or _____

When life threatening injuries or death is involved; or When requested by a supervisor or Traffic Homicide Investigator.

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Once requested, CSU detectives will be notified within _____ of the request.

one hour

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At major crime scenes, a _____ and _____ will be notified immediately.

Major Case CSU detective and the CSU detective supervisor

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The overall responsibility for the proper handling of major crime scenes rests with the _____ and _____

lead CSU detective and/or detective supervisor.

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_____ is in charge of the investigation and the immediate scene/inside perimeter.

The lead detective

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Under no circumstances will entry be allowed inside the barricade taped inner perimeter, without first _____ or _____

consulting the lead detective or lead CSU detective.

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In most cases, the work on the immediate scene/inside perimeter will be done by the _____ and _____.

detective and the CSU Detective assigned to the case

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If no detective is present at the scene,_____ is in charge of the scene.

the supervisor that is present

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In cases where no supervisor or detective is present, _____ will assume responsibility for the scene.

the CSU Detective

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under normal conditions all items of evidence shall be turned in to the Property & Evidence Facility _____ unless otherwise directed by ____.

BY THE FIRST OFFICER THAT TOUCHES THEM
a supervisor

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Walking into or inspecting the inner perimeter of a scene by officers of any rank or assignment is not permitted without first consulting the _____ or _____ in charge of that perimeter.

detective or CSU detective

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officers or supervisors who enter a crime scene’s inner perimeter once it has been secured and prior to the arrival of the detective(s) and / or CSU detective will have his actions documented _____. This documentation will include (2)

on a Supplemental Report
(1) The reason(s) for entering the scene; and
(2) Any action taken inside the scene.

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Entry to the scene may be allowed once the scene has been cleared and at the discretion of _____ or _____

the lead detective or the Detective Supervisor.

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In the event the lead detective or detective supervisor has left the scene, the _____ will determine who may be granted access.

CSU detective in charge

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Officers will refrain from giving an estimate of arrival time of the CSU detective to citizens and, if asked, will tell the citizen that the CSU detective will be there _____

as soon as possible.

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All physical evidence processed shall be collected, preserved, and submitted as described in the _____, _____ and _____

Evidence Technician Manual,
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Handbook of Forensic Services, and
the FDLE Evidence Submission Manual.

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_____ and _____ of all footprints and tire impressions shall be made where applicable.

Denstone casts
photographs

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Tool marks and similar impressions will be _____ and _____ or a similar product; when applicable, and when feasible, the item that is associated with the impression will be collected as evidence.

photographed and processed with Mikrosil

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All latent prints shall be turned over directly to the _____

Latent Print Unit (LPU).

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At the scene of a serious crime against person or property, when photographs are not taken or where physical evidence is not recovered what will happen?

the CSU detective will state the reasons why in the COPS-MORE ET Report.

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Officers encountering computer equipment which may contain data considered to be of evidentiary value _____, including_____;

Not handle the computer
turning it on or off

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When the victim is a child and is admitted to a medical facility and will be examined by a Child Protection Team (CPT) medical professional, _____ will be responsible for documenting and photographing the injuries

the attending CPT staff

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When the victim is an adult and is admitted to a medical facility and will be examined by the medical staff from Sexual Assault Response Center (SARC), _____ will be responsible for documenting and photographing the injuries

the attending SARC staff

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If injuries are on the external genitalia of the body, will CSD's photograph?

No

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If the injury is located in a sensitive area, or the victim feels uncomfortable with the CSU detective photographing the injury, the following measures shall be taken to minimize any embarrassment: (4)

a. If a CSU detective of the same sex as the victim is available, one will be requested;
b. A witness officer/detective of the same sex as the victim shall be present when photographs are taken.
c. Photographs will be taken in the most discreet manner and location as possible;
d. Any deviation from this policy shall require prior notification and approval of a supervisor.

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Before requesting a CSU detective to photograph injuries such as cuts, bite marks, bruises, etc., the reporting officer should first determine whether _____. If so, he should ascertain whether the victim or medical personnel can _____ without hindering medical treatment.

the injuries will be bandaged
remove the coverings to permit photography

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Will CSU detectives remove bandages.

no

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Photographs of all JSO motor vehicles involved in a crash will be taken by the _____, provided there are no injuries requiring transport to a medical facility.

responding supervisor

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Photographs of other city owned vehicles involved in accidents not involving injury or fatality are not required, unless requested by the _____ or approved by _____

city adjuster
the on scene supervisor.

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How do supervisors get replacement memory cards when they turn them in at the PMB?

building security personnel at the Forsyth Street