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  • An O & C Process - Documenting the Scene
    • Documentation Overview

handArson Investigation Basics: Reports and Documentation. from "Motive, Means and Opportunity."

Recording the Scene, Sections 8-1 through 8-4.5 from NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations 1998 Edition.

Documenting the Fire Scene, from Kirk's Fire Investigation, by John D. DeHaan. 1997 Ed. Simon & Schuster. Chap. 7, p. 187.

Document the Scene

    • Fire Scene Photography

Digital Cameras and the Fire Investigator

Photographic Processing and Analysis. From Motive, Means and Opportunity.

Recording the Scene, Sections 8-1 through 8-4.5 from NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations 1998 Edition.

handSample Photographic Log

"Fire Scene Photography." Department of Public Safety. Missouri State Fire Marshal.

"Tips for the Photographer Testifying in Court," Legal Photography by French & Son

"Kodak Index to Photographic Information," 1989

Fire and Arson Photography. Eastman Kodak Company, 1977.

"Painting with Light Procedures for Outside, Large Area, NightTime Photography," Kodak Co 1/90.

"Film Information From Kodak" - Kodak Ektapress Gold 100, 400 & 1600 Professional Films, 1988

"How Safe is Your Safelight? A Guide to Darkroom Illumination," Kodak, 1985

"Basic Photography Notes," Kodak Co.

"Flash Calibration Test." McEvoy, Richard T. Eastman Kodak Company. January 1990.

"Fire Scene Photography." Department of Public Safety. Missouri State Fire Marshal.

"How to keep a Crime Scene from Getting Away" - Polaroid booklet

Photographing the fire scene. Cafe, Tony. December 1997.

Document the Scene

    • Written Notes

"Crime Scene Search As a Process." Moreau, Dale M. Forensic Science Training Unit, FBI Academy.

NFPA 906: Guide for Fire Incident Field Notes

"Documenting the Fire Scene," from Kirk's Fire Investigation, by John D. DeHaan. 1997 Ed. Simon & Schuster. Chapter 7, p. 187.

Document the Scene

    • Sketching and Diagramming

"Sketching Crime Scenes," FBI Academy. Quantico, VA

Recording the Scene, Sections 8-1 through 8-4.5 from NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations 1998 Edition.

Document the Scene

    • A Legal Perspective on Documentation

Iowa Court Affirms Incendiary Device Conviction Over Loss of Evidence Claim

Digital Cameras and the Fire Investigator

"Documentation of the Fire Scene: A Legal Perspective," Working Paper by Guy E. Burnette, Jr., Esquire

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