Flashcards in Klicker- Chapter 23- Selected Readings Deck (30):
Most important thing we can do when responding to a forensic removal
Don't loose or add any evidence. Referred to as cross contamination.
Wear all PPEs and dispose of them properly.
When transporting the body of a forensic removal,
The body must be transported the way it was found so evidence can be properly collected. Whether body was found prone or not.
In suspicious cases
Hands are often bagged in paper bags to protect the evidence under the fingernails
Lightweight body bags are usually only
7 mils. Thick and constructed with vinyl material that is easily torn.
Death scene calls you should use a body bag that is
10-12 mil. Thick.
18 mil. Thickness with handles should be used for water retrieval.
If making a removal for a high profile case
Cover all funeral home names and symbols on cars.
No name tags.
Believe in the value and benefit in them
Sentiment serves a vital human need
Significance of support and sharing
Freedom of expression.
Creates an atmosphere
In lieu of flowers, opportunity
They express the inexpressible
when using an oversized casket
Get an accurate body measurement
Make sure church truck is properly under casket when putting body in so it doesn't tip over
Won't fit through most doors
Contact cemetery and vault company
Those buying a business from their parents
Family business aquisition
Those buying a business of their employer
Those buying a business they weren't working in or with
Buying a business from a conglomerate
Capital asset value
Business real estate, automobiles, and other tangible assets.
Financial asset value
Economic value of cash, investments, and receivables
Goodwill asset value
Intangible assets of business
Value of assets if the business is shut down
Going concern value
Business is valued as an ongoing business
Can be converted into cash over 1 year
Tangible and used in trade or business
Owned by a business but don't fit in other categories
Payments due to be paid in one year
Long term liabilities
Those debts that are obligations of the business due to be paid beyond one year
Burial at sea (BAS)
Performed on us naval vessels. Committal ceremony is performed while ship is deployed so family cannot be present. Commanding officer of ship will make record of latitude and longitude, time and date once service is completed then give that to the family
Eligibility for BAS
1. Active duty members of military
2. Honorably discharged vets
3. Us civillian marine personnel of the military sealift command
4. Dependent family members of active duty, retirees, and veterans
How to get started with BAS
Person authorized to direct disposition (PADD) will complete the BAS request forms.
1. Photocopy of D.C.
2. Burial transit permit
3. Copy of DD214
Cremains for BAS
Must be in an urn. Can be temporary.
Casketed remains for BAS
Must be in metal casket.
Donation rate is slow because of lack of knowledge, fears and misconceptions, lack of family discussion.
Organ procurement organization.