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Bodies (including more than one) suspected to have been associated with a violent death, accidental/ murder, fire and burns, poisoning, drowning, or other catastrophic medical situations may be kept at a scene for some time. The transportation policy and specific restrictions for the deceased(s) should be established early at the scene and noted with the autopsy report. This is even more important when the decedent is a child victim suspected to have been placed in a trash bag. Incident reports should be filed by the case officer noting the anatomy or body part affected by the injury, the nature of the injury, and its cause. Ancillary data (such as demographics, sex, race, age, ethnicity, and description of clothing and the accident site) should also be included. The investigation of traumatic death should not be limited to only the decedent's death scene and autopsy report. A complete offense investigation should occur. Cases involving death and other unusual conditions (such as infectious disease, child abuse, homicide and suicide) depict a special set of problems. For example, infectious diseases, such as konzo and sleeping sickness, infections, and blood-borne pathogens, are major considerations and should be handled in a different manner. A competent forensic medicine expert may also be required to make an evaluation of the crime scene for its impact on the victim, the offender, and the victim-offender relationships. Because of the complexity and potentially fatal consequences, the investigative strategy may vary case by case. The investigation scenario will help determine the appropriate approach to the investigation. If the body is placed in a cemetery it is usually removed the next day (Dix et al., 1999). Bodies (including more than one) suspected to have been associated with a violent death, accidental/ murder, fire and burns, poisoning, drowning, or other catastrophic medical situations may be kept at a scene for some time. The transportation policy and specific restrictions for the deceased(s) should be established early at the scene and noted with the autopsy report. This is even more important when the decedent is a child victim suspected to have been placed in a trash bag. Incident reports should be filed by the case officer noting the anatomy or body part affected by the injury, the nature of the injury, and its cause. Ancillary data (such as demographics, sex, race, age, ethnicity, and description of clothing and the accident site) should also be included. d2c66b5586






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