Crime scene

Crime scene

A crime scene is the place or group of different places where a crime has occurred.

Definition of
The crime scene contains various places where there is evidence and indications of a criminal act, and it contains:

The place where the crime was found (sometimes estimated in kilometers, for example in aircraft crashes).
The sub-location that witnessed a criminal act related to the crime and the public places exploited by it.
The vicinity of the crime
The boundaries of the crime scene are determined by the investigators, who prevent the common people from approaching them until the arrival of the criminal police, and also work to investigate the location to uncover the case.
The crime scene is surrounded by a plastic tape called "Freeze Places" on some sides.

What happens on the crime scene
Realistically, the first to reach the crime scene are the people who discover the crime, who in turn contact either the police or firefighters. For the police, the first policeman who arrives at the scene must secure the crime scene and usually surrounds him with a tape until the investigation teams and the police arrive. Once the criminal police and the forensic team arrive, they begin collecting evidence and indicators, and at the same time the doctor on the spot decides whether or not there is a death case. Of course, everyone at the crime scene will leave a mark (firefighters, for example ...), so fingerprint detection is the most effective process for identifying perpetrators from the paramedics and the police.
Sometimes, the crime scene is spoiled by the perpetrator, the official, or the participant in the crime. Thus, the matter of revealing the truth is difficult for the investigators and those involved.