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Unless specific instructions to the contrary are received, such materials are usually tested only for common preparations and their possession may violate of the law. Saliva Collect on a sterile gauze pad or swabs, allow to air dry and package in paper.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Note these are distinguished from the BA tubes which have grey stoppers. It is very important to have sufficient handwriting exemplars for comparison with the questioned document. In such cases, proceed also with collection of a secondary standard as described below. When securing typewritten exemplars, several copies of the questioned documents should be made on the suspected machine using light, medium, and heavy touches. Have subjects write their names and addresses several times and brief personal histories. Be sure to properly seal as loose material, particularly in the case of marijuana, can leak and spill. No matter how it is packaged, such material will be damaged if attempts are made to ship it by mail. If unable to deliver to the Laboratory, or if the object must be mailed, allow the stain to air dry completely before packaging. Windows are frequently broken in burglaries, headlights in hit-and-run cases, and bottles or other objects may break or leave fragments on personal belongings of suspects involved in various types of crimes. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This document provides evidence collection guidelines for the following types of evidence. Tool marks are encountered most frequently in burglary cases but may also be found in other types of crimes. The conditions surrounding the preparation of the questioned document should be duplicated as nearly as possible when the request exemplars are obtained. On large solid objects, cover the stained area with clean paper and seal the edges down with tape to prevent loss or contamination. Where examination and decipherment of charred paper is involved, great care must be taken to prevent any additional crumbling or breaking apart of the burned material. Obligation under People vs Nation and Hitch that a reasonable and good faith effort be made to preserve perishable evidence. Many pills, tablets, and other medical preparations are very difficult to analyze and identify unless either large quantities are available for testing, or some clues are present as to the general type of material they contain. This provides clear-cut exemplars of any machine's type face, showing disfigurations in type characters. Place only one item in each container. Handling and Storage of Physiological Fluid Evidence Obligation under People vs Nation and Hitch that a reasonable and good faith effort be made to preserve perishable evidence Stains and Controls Air dry Package in paper Freeze Consider special handling of non-absorbent items on metal or plastic. In all cases where prescriptions are involved and the drug store and prescription numbers are known, a check of possible container content should be made at the drug store named on the label. In order to make an identification, sufficient handwriting, typewriting, or other evidence must be available on which to base an opinion. To support this, it is necessary to obtain and examine additional standards. If the suspect document is a threatening letter and the note is either handwritten or block lettered, the same style should be requested from the writer. On small solid objects, send the whole stained object to the Laboratory, after labeling and packaging. This should be removed and another sheet of paper furnished. In addition to handwriting and typewriting comparisons and the decipherment of charred documents, many other related examinations can be conducted by the Laboratory. It is significant in many cases that these writings be of the same date as the questioned document. Please check with your supervisor if you have any questions. Do not mix dried stains. Wash and dry the tool before each stain is scraped off. Do not scrape directly into evidence envelope. This means that all questioned material is needed, as well as sufficient exemplars or known specimens. Hang clothing and similar articles in a room where there is adequate ventilation. Also, make sure that some bloodstained garment worn by the individual has been air dried and frozen to serve as a secondary standard. While most flammable fluids commonly used have characteristic odors, some substances commonly available are almost odorless and quite easily escape detection. Standard Blood Specimens Autopsy Blood Samples Request that pathologist obtain the sample directly from the heart into a yellow ACD or purple stoppered vacutainer some labs request both. At least one copy should be made with the ribbon removed from the machine, or the ribbons set on stencil, and the keys allowed to strike directly on a sheet of new carbon paper, which should be inserted on top of the paper used for the specimen. If close to the Laboratory, deliver stained object immediately. Place each stain in a separate envelope. These include, but are not limited, to:. Wood upon which such fluids have been poured and ignited may still contain detectable traces of the liquid, if the wood has not been completely charred by the fire. Consider special handling of non-absorbent items on metal or plastic. One or two signatures on a suspect's driver's license or a draft card, in many cases, does not contain sufficient individual characteristics on which to base a conclusion. This should extend to areas where no burning occurs, since flammable fluids may have been placed in other locations where ignition failed. The information on the prescription label may be of assistance to the Laboratory. If the victim is injured to the extent that a transfusion is necessary, make an effort to obtain or begin necessary procedures to obtain the pre-transfusion sample collected by the hospital. If not completely dry, label and roll in paper or place in a brown paper bag or box and seal and label container. For typing purposes, have sample drawn into yellow and purple stoppered vacutainers. Do not attempt to remove stains from the cloth. The search for flammable fluids in arson cases should include a thorough examination of the entire fire scene. With this information, the Laboratory will often be able to determine whether or not the contents of the containers are the same as the material described. If yellow-lined paper and blue ink were used to produce the questioned document, the same or similar color and type of paper and instrument should be used. Printer Friendly Page. Do not heat stained material or place it in bright sunlight to dry. Medicinal preparations found in prescription boxes or bottles should be left in these containers which can be sealed and marked. It should be refrigerated or frozen as soon as possible and brought to the Laboratory as quickly as possible. It is possible, in many cases, to isolate flammable fluids from various, partially burned articles through means of gas chromatographic analysis and other studies to determine the type of flammable fluid present. It is important to obtain request specimens from a suspect at the first interview; the suspect may be uncooperative at a later date. Request that pathologist obtain the sample directly from the heart into a yellow ACD or purple stoppered vacutainer some labs request both. While controlled substances can be identified in routine cases, the Laboratory does not normally attempt to identify all medicinal preparations which may be encountered in criminal investigations. If impractical to deliver the whole object to the Laboratory, scrape the stain onto a clean piece of paper, which can be folded and placed in an envelope. Always type the exemplars on the same type and color of paper as that used on the questioned document. Even where a large and hot fire has occurred, traces of such liquid are sometimes found where they have seeped into the ground through cracks in the floor or flowed under baseboards and sills. Such items should be kept at room temperature and submitted to the lab as soon as possible. Blood Samples From Live Individuals For typing purposes, have sample drawn into yellow and purple stoppered vacutainers. Your agency's policies may vary. Dried Blood Stains On clothing, if possible, wrap the item in clean paper, place the article in a brown paper bag or box and seal and label container. Mattresses, rugs, upholstery, wallboard, and other objects at the scene may also contain fluids which can be separated and identified in the Laboratory, even though these objects are partially burned. The Laboratory handles the analysis of marijuana and other drugs and medicinal preparations which may be involved in criminal cases or found in the possession of subjects involved in various crimes. Collected specimens that were made in business transactions such as receipts, promissory notes, credit and employment applications, letters, booking card, and fingerprint card signatures are writings that, in most cases represent the individual's most normal writing. Delays beyond 48 hours may make the samples useless. Blood that is in liquid pools should be picked up on a gauze pad or other clean sterile cotton cloth and allowed to air dry thoroughly, at room temperature. These samples are not retained for long periods by the hospital, so it is important to act promptly. In some instances, it is also possible to prove that marks of various types on tools were produced by objects which they contacted at crime scene. Normally it should be placed on top of loose cotton in a box and delivered in person to the Laboratory. In other cases, it is possible by means of physical and other comparisons to prove that parts of tools left at crime scenes were broken from damaged tools found in the possession of suspects. Please see the acknowledgments. In some instances, such an examination may substantiate a suspicion and this should be considered as an investigational lead. Each sample of material recovered should be placed in a paper container, which can be sealed and marked. Never attempt to wipe dried stains from an object using a moistened cloth or paper. Submit to the lab as soon as possible. Do not use plastic containers. Seal and mark the envelope. Scrape blood from objects using a freshly washed and dried knife or similar tool. Traces of flammable fluid may be found in cans at the fire scene in arson cases. Any condensation from thawing could disturb or destroy such evidence. The evidence consists of striations or impressions left by tools on objects at the crime scene and various types of tools found in the possession of suspects. Liquids generally standards Blood Refrigerate, do not freeze standards collected in yellow stoppered vacutainers. The number of specimens necessary for an identification in any specific case cannot be determined; therefore, at least twelve specimens should be obtained for each questioned document. Paint evidence is frequently encountered in hit-and run cases, on tools used by burglars, and occasionally in other types of cases. These include some alcohols, deodorized kerosene, charcoal lighter fluids, and others. This is important since questioned documents are identified by a comparison of similarities, plus an absence of divergences or dissimilarities. In many cases, it is possible to identify the specific tool which made the questioned marks by means of a Laboratory comparison of tools and marked objects. Dictate the exact words and numbers which appear on the questioned document. Normally, however, the manufacturer or brand name of the material cannot be determined. All questioned documents involved in a particular investigation should be submitted to the Laboratory for examination. Evidence Collection Guidelines This document provides evidence collection guidelines for the following types of evidence.