The battalion chief believes that there was a primary explosive fire in the back of the building, and one followed in the front. He suspects arson. While talking to the battalion chief, a detective arrives and says that there is a hefty insurance policy that just was taken on the building by the pool service owner and that the business has been going downhill because the pool service was lousy. The owner is sitting on a bench with his head in his hands and tells you he is going to stick around to hear the outcome of the arson scene search.
Concerning the chemicals in the scene, what might be considered necessary equipment for use in the scene and following the scene?
What issues do you think would be most significant? Why?
When interviewing the owner of the warehouse, what specific threats might you ask him about? Why?
What action do you think should be taken following the interview? Explain.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.Forensicsciencecentral.co.uk (2015) observes that fire investigators use a variety of equipment’s and tools during the investigation process. In this case, personal protective equipment such as gloves, footwear casting materials, masks, booties and chemical protective overalls are essential to protect the fire investigators from the chemicals at the scene. Interfire.org, (2015) notes that; protective equipment should be offered to fire investigators to minimise the risks of personal injury. Once the collection and packaging of evidence is complete...