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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
At the crime scene, first priority should be given to assessing the scene and calling for forensic services.

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Question 2.
It is the responsibility of the first police officer arriving on a crime scene to take steps to preserve and protect the area to the greatest extent possible.

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Question 3.
The initial walkthrough and crime scene search are carried out in an attempt to locate possible items of physical evidence.

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Question 4.
Line, grid, spiral, and zone searches are all appropriate kinds of crime scene searches.

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Question 5.
When keeping a log of personnel movements into and out of the crime scene, the name and title of the person and the time they arrive or leave must be noted.

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Question 6.
The first responding officer should obtain medical assistance for injured victims only after all evidence had been found and packaged.

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Question 7.
The boundaries erected around a scene should include within its bounds all areas where events are likely to have occurred and all areas where physical evidence is likely to be found.

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Question 8.
The initial walkthrough should never include the possible points of entry and exit of the suspect.

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Question 9.
It has been proven that smoking, eating, or drinking at a crime scene will not compromise evidence or hinder and investigation.

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Question 10.
Investigators may receive their task assignments at the crime scene's command center from the first responding officer, lead investigator, or district attorney.

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