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31 Section F. Completing and Recording the Scene Investigation 1. Ensure That All Investigative Steps Are Documented Principle: To ensure that the permanent record will be complete, the investigator should review all documentation before releasing the scene. Procedure: The investigator should verify that the following have been addressed: A. Documentation of major events and time lines related to the incident. B. Personnel access log (see the sample in appendix A). C. Activity log (see the sample in appendix A).

Procedure: After performing a preliminary evaluation and establishing scene safety, first responders should: A. Initiate rescues of severely injured and/or trapped victims. B. Evacuate ambulatory victims, perform triage, and treat lifethreatening injuries. C. Leave fatalities and their surroundings undisturbed. Removal of fatalities will await authorization. D. Avoid disturbing areas not directly involved in rescue activities. Summary: Lifesaving efforts are first responders’ priority. Additionally, care should be taken not to disturb areas where rescue activities are not taking place.

D. Investigative Depending on jurisdiction, an investigator’s initial points of contact should be his or her State or local fire marshal’s office and/or State police. Following is a list of resources that may be useful for further investigative or technical information and assistance. This list should not be considered all-inclusive. A current list of institutions that can provide training in explosion/ bombing scene investigation is available from the National Center for Forensic Science. S. S.

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