Quipment Crime Scene Investigators Use to protect themselves and Others

Objectives
i??Identify the inherent medical and health risks associated with crime scenes, evidence and evidence handling and processing.
i??Perform a critical analysis of a crime scene and then process the scene for that specific crime

You have been selected by your crime lab supervisor to develop a paper on the health risks associated with processing a crime scene for his presentation to a group of fellow crime lab administrators and personnel at their yearly symposium.

He has asked that you research and review these health risks and any new state-of-the-art technologies that are under development and those that are currently available to reduce the risk of exposure to the crime scene investigator and others at the crime scene. Additionally, you are to review any pros and cons that you might see that are a part of this new technology and provide scenarios in which this new technology can be used on the typical crime scene.

Finally, you are to submit this presentation to him in paper format (No PowerPoint slides; he will do those himself). Include a short abstract at the front of the paper naming and describing each of the technologies that you found with the example scenarios you developed before doing a more thorough description in the body of your report on the topics.

Be sure to cite all references in APA format.
Use as one of the Reference:
Saferstein, Richard
Criminalistics: an introduction to forensic science / Richard Saferstein.-10th ed.