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Underwater Crime Scene Investigation

organizing, training, and equipping the dive team on a budget

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Published by California Investigative Academy in Fountain Valley, CA (18627 Brookhurst Street #191, Fountain Valley, CA 92708) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Police divers.,
  • Underwater crime investigation.,
  • Crime scene searches.,
  • Scuba diving.,
  • Public Safety Divers

  • About the Edition

    The first book of its kind to provide comprehensive training open water course instruction, this work is the official course text for a PADI approved Distinctive Specialty course. The text has also been used by law enforcement divers throughout the U.S. and the world.

    The book provides detailed information on organizing, training and specialized equipment, as well as establishing and protecting crime scene boundaries, underwater navigation, search patterns, light salvage technique, locating, preserving and processing evidence recovered from under water.

    Guidelines are provided in processing boats, planes and submerged autos, underwater crime scene sketches, photography and more.

    Edition Notes

    Statementdeveloped by Eric C. Tackett ; illustrations by Karen Whitfield.
    Genrenon-fiction
    ContributionsKaren Whitfield
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8080.D54 T23 1987
    The Physical Object
    FormatPerfect bound
    Paginationviii, 142 p.
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2410913M
    ISBN 100-943155-00-2
    LC Control Number87060860

    The ERTU provides crime scene equipment and supplies, on-scene support to field ERTs, and coordination for response to national and international special events and major crime scenes. Underwater. In others the crime scene investigator will be initially tasked with establishing whether a crime has been committed and conducting a forensic investigation. The investigation is the process of ascertaining facts, conducting a detailed and careful examination to conclude what might have happened and who did it.

    The crime scene investigator (CSI) professors on our list of top 15 come from a variety of backgrounds with many, but not all, having extensive service in law enforcement or for a police agency. Others have had interesting careers or experiences—with two on our list, yes, even being involved with underwater crime scene investigation. Underwater Crime Scene Investigation In Bobby is selected as a part-time diver on the FBI's NY dive team. Over the next 19 years, with the help of the FBI Laboratory Bobby will establish the FBI's Underwater Forensic Program, setup and train the FBI's four regional evidence dive teams and pioneer the field of underwater crime scene.

      Similar to the way a land-based crime scene is marked, police divers need to be able to mark underwater evidence with a buoy and then provide sketches showing the precise location. Underwater Crime Scene Technician is equivalent to the Dive Rescue 1 Program. Note: this course is dedicated entirely to recovery operations. Rescue topics are not covered. Fundamentals of public safety diving and crime scene preservation are taught in detail. This program is conducted in a classroom, a pool and at an open-water site.


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