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“A physical barricade would be the best crime scene perimeter to set up on this case. According to Steck-Flynn (2013) the physical barricade around the whole house would limit the access into the premises to only the authorized personnel.”
What type of physical barricade would you use? Crime scene tape? Wood barricades? Metal fence barricades? Explain which barricade would be the best to use and why. How large would you make your crime scene perimeter? Would you block off the nearest surrounding houses? Why or why not?

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In order to preserve the fire scene and prevent any interference from unauthorized personnel, it is essential to set up a perimeter around the fire scene. The perimeter around the scene would be set up using a barricade fire tape that clearly indicates “fire line-do not cross.” Chandler...
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