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Responding to Emergency Service Incidents III

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David Gibbs

on 16 October 2014

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Transcript of Responding to Emergency Service Incidents III

Swap your scenario with another pair. Using the scenario you've been given, describe the evidence that could be preserved.
Responding to Emergency
Service Incidents

Working in pairs, create a scene involving a criminal offence. Make sure you write down the scene legibly as you will be exchanging ideas with other students.
Working alone list reasons why the scene of the crash should be preserved.
Watch the following video, we'll be discussing the crash throughout the session.
Describe evidence that could have been preserved at the scene.
Identify the need for scene preservation
Learning Outcomes
Describe evidence that can be preserved
Apply the need for scene preservation to a criminal investigation.
Weigh up the difficulties when preserving scenes
Referring back to the M5 crash, weigh up the difficulties the emergency services faced in preserving the scene.
Little finger
How could you improve your learning for the next session
Index finger
What was the point of the session?

Ring finger
How could you have improved your learning during this session?

Middle finger
What is the biggest thing you will take from the session?

Name 1 thing you have learned from the session
High Five Reflection
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