Death Investigation - Case Review and Assessment
The initial phase of a death investigation is a review and assessment which consists of an examination of the following documants and information:
Police reports; the initial police report, all first responders reports, and information regarding the initial telephone call to, or contact with the authorities regarding the incident, all supplemental police report narratives; information provided by law enforcement officers during thier investigation, the detective bureau's reports and information which may include photographs, victim, witness and suspect statements.
Emergency Medical Services - Ambulance or Coroner's Office investigative reports and transport reports.
Medical information pertaining to the decedent that is provided by the client.
The Medical Examiner's - Coroner's Report.
Information provided by friends, family and associates regarding the decedent and / or the incident. It is imparitive to the investigation that individuals providing pertinent information to a private detective, regarding the decedent and the incident , disclose all known personal information regarding the decendent, and persons and circumstances of interest.
After the initial review and assessment of the case, I will be able to make a decision as to whether I can provide further investigative assistance, or refer the case to other professionals who specialize in particular areas such as forensic science and - or legal assistance. During this review, preliminary background investigations may be conducted on suspects and persons of interest. Upon completion of the assignment, the client is provided with a written report which articulates my assessment, recommendations for additional investigation, and referrals.
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