Friday, November 12, 2010

Team Busy with Evidence Review

Photo at Left:  N.A.P.S. Team Leader Mike Chapman at The Myrtles Plantation recently while investigating the grounds. The "wide shot" is on purpose.  Our investigators are trained to take wide shots to include "space" for entities or phenomena that might show up. You never know! Photo by Mike DeLorenze.

Currently we are busy with evidence review from last Wednesday night's private home investigation, as well as interviews, site reviews and transferring the floor plan of a residence onto our SmartDraw software program for a new private home investigation case.  Our current public cases are advancing as well, especially as we draw nearer to our field investigation at King's Tavern on what will probably be November 27.  Evidence review is a long and tedious process, and simply takes time and patience.  In every case we investigate, we list the things we learned and how we can improve our investigation methodology, technique, and execution.  We are also processing applications for new investigators - so we are very busy (and yes, we all have full time jobs!)

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