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Case Report ( Scene Photos Review)

Review the scene photos below.
From the perspective of a death scene investigator:
Write a descriptive narrative of the decedent and the scene (this should paint the picture for someone that was not on scene and has not seen the photos)
Identify 3 items of potential evidence, other than the body itself, and explain how each item may help with determining cause of death, manner of death, positive ID of the decedent, and/or locating the legal next-of-kin.
Describe and explain what information or records you will need, how the information or records will assist with determining cause of death, manner of death, positively identifying the decedent, and locating the legal next-of-kin. Additionally, describe who or what agency or organization can provide the information or records.
Rubric: The narrative description of the scene and the body is complete. The narrative uses proper terminology, is written completely in past tense, and has the proper language and tone for a report submitted to the medical examiner or coroner. The response has no spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization errors.
Three items of potential evidence (other than the body) were identified with adequate explanation for how each item might help with determining cause of death, manner of death, positive ID of the decedent, and/or locating the legal next-of-kin. The response uses proper terminology and is written in full sentences. The response has no spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization errors.
Information or records were identified that would assist with determining cause of death, manner of death, positively identifying the decedent, and/or locating the legal next-of-kin. The response included where to obtain the information or records and an adequate explanation for why the information or records would be needed. The response uses proper terminology, is written completely in future tense, and has the proper language and tone for a report submitted to the medical examiner or coroner. The response has no spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization errors.