Materials for Bloodstain Pattern Mapping, Preservation & Documentation (Screencast)
This learning object describes the equipment and supplies needed to document bloodstain patterns.
This learning object shows how blood droplets are held together by a strong cohesive molecular force that produces surface tension in each drop and on the external force. Surface tension pulls the surface molecules of a liquid toward its interior, decreasing the surface area and causing the liquid to resist penetration.
In this animated, audio and graphic activity illustration, learners will view design criteria for properly storing property and evidence.
Learners will be able to identify areas within the property room including adjoining work areas, work flow, temporary storage, long-term storage, high profile items, bulk or oversize items, biohazards, hazardous materials, cold storage, administrative area, and release areas.