Scene Management

Scene Management

 

Locards basic principle of exchange proposes that every contact between two objects leaves a trace. So when a person commits a
crime they leave a trace of themselves at the scene and also take away a trace of the scene with them.


Crime Scenes must be secured and protected to ensure that all evidence is preserved prior to examination. Correct management
incorporates good practice with good equipment, SceneSafe can focus on both.


With the development of forensic analytical techniques (DNA 17 UK) SceneSafe are now offering many of our products available
in a Forensic DNA grade option.


This means that the product undergoes a quality controlled DNA denaturing process which is batch tested and analysed for
background DNA before being certificated as fit for forensic use.


Speak to a member of our team to discuss the new options available.


It is even more critical today to ensure that the evidence is gathered in the correct manner maintaining its integrity for court room use.

 

Scene Preservation
Scene Preservation
Evidence Marking
Evidence Marking
Tents / Screening
Tents / Screening
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)