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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Safety guidelines from the International Association of Identification Safety Committee suggest that investigators take particular caution at a crime scene in the presence of

 
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Question 2.
Which of the following is not an allowance made to justify a warrantless search?

 
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Question 3.
Items discovered at a crime scene must be

 
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Question 4.
Uncontaminated surface material close to an area where physical evidence has been deposited is a

 
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Question 5.
Vacuum sweepings, fingernail scrapings, clothing, and vehicles are collected as possible

 
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Question 6.
Biological evidence at a crime scene, such as blood, should be collected and packaged in

 
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Question 7.
The possession and location of all physical evidence at all times is substantiated in the

 
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Question 8.
The Supreme Court restricted the practice of conducting warrantless searches at a homicide scene in the case of

 
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Question 9.
The problems of contamination can often be avoided through the use all of the following except

 
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Question 10.
Collected blood samples must be accompanied with known samples of whole blood or DNA from a(n)

 
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