If drugs are involved, or suspected, and the patient must urinate prior to the arrival of the examiner, a urine sample must be collected and maintained as evidence.
Patients should be instructed not to wash, change clothes, urinate, defecate, smoke, drink or eat until after the initial forensic exam.
i was just woundering who can submit evidence after a forensic investigation ?
Healthcare personnel should allow the victim to drink or eat, but not to change clothes, until the SAFE examiner arrives.
Forensic Files - 2000 Army of Evidence was released on: USA: 2005
Forensic evidence is not 'sampled,' it is ANALYZED, by taking a 'sample' of it and conducting laboratory or or other technical tests or analyses of it.
The specialists used forensic evidence to solve the case
Forensic scientists analyze evidence at a crime scene. A forensic pathologist is different; they are the ones that examine the corpses.
C. G. G. Aitken has written: 'Statistics and the evaluation of evidence for forensic scientists' -- subject(s): Evidence, Expert, Expert Evidence, Forensic sciences, Forensic statistics, Statistical methods
Forensic Files - 2000 Blanket of Evidence was released on: USA: 19 September 2007
a healthcare provider with specialized SAFE training
Possibly forensic accounting, where research and interpretation of evidence is important