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Download D1 User Guide

Download the D1 Step by Step User Guide – Ideal for printing out to use for training or if electronic media is not always available.  

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D1 Introduction to Evidence Collection

Forensic History – Locard’s exchange principle Dr. Edmond Locard (1877–1966) was a pioneer in forensic science who became known as the Sherlock Homes of France where he was the director of the very first crime laboratory in existence, located in Lyon.  He formulated the basic principle of forensic science: “Every[…]

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Information Relevant to Rape Trauma

Vicarious Trauma – How rape affects you Trauma is contagious. Anyone helping a rape survivor can be overwhelmed emotionally by what he or she hears and could even begin to experience, to a lesser degree, the same terror, rage, helplessness and despair as the survivor. This is called vicarious trauma[…]

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D1 User Guide Manual

  The kit contains all the forensic evidence collection items required for a medical practitioner to collect the suspected perpetrator’s samples from the ano-genital area of a patient. Two duplex paper bags are included for the collection of the patient’s panties and, a sanitary pad if one is worn. An[…]

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D1 Step-by-Step Instruction

Below is the examination process for a full body evidence collection. If you are using a D1 Adult Sexual Assault Evidence collection Kit to collect evidence samples from the genital area, follow these processes in the correct order. PROCESS 1  :  PROCESS 2   :  PROCESS 3a or b   : […]

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