Crime scene investigation is the process of examining and analyzing a crime scene to gather evidence that can be used to identify and prosecute the perpetrators of a crime. Crime scene reconstruction is a subfield of crime scene investigation that involves the use of physical evidence, witness statements, and other sources of information to reconstruct the events that occurred at the crime scene.
Crime scene investigators, also known as forensic investigators or forensic scientists, are responsible for collecting and analyzing physical evidence from crime scenes. They use a variety of techniques and tools to examine the scene and gather evidence, including fingerprint analysis, DNA analysis, and ballistics analysis.
Crime scene reconstruction specialists use the evidence collected by crime scene investigators to recreate the events that occurred at the crime scene. They use a variety of methods, including forensic engineering, mathematical modeling, and computer simulations, to determine the sequence of events and identify the actions of the perpetrators and victims.
Crime scene investigation and reconstruction services are important for solving crimes and bringing justice to victims and their families as well as the exoneration of the accused. These services are often provided by law enforcement agencies, forensic laboratories, and private consulting firms.
The following are some of the crime scene investigation services that our well experienced, trained and certified associates can provide: