Mapping At A Crime Scene

  • In 500–750 words, give an explanation of how the first 3 types of mapping listed above would be applied to the following crime scene.
    • Officer McBetts has to map the following crime scene:
      • A bedroom is 10 by 12 feet (12 feet north and south, 10 feet east and west). A dresser is in the middle of the north wall.
      • The bed is in the middle of the west wall, facing east.
      • The television is on the east wall. The door to the bedroom is on the east wall ( the TV is southeast, and the door is northeast, with 2 feet between them. The entry door is 2 feet from the northeast corner.
      • A chair is located on the south wall next to the picture window. The chair is south east and 3 foot from the southeast corner.
    • Consider the accuracy of the different interior-mapping techniques.
    • How much time is involved in completing the process for each technique? Explain.
  • Next, choose 1 of the 3 interior-mapping methods, and make a map using the cell grids in MS Excel.
    • Put a border around the main room and small borders where each individual object is located (3 rectangular cells equal one square).
    • Note: Copying and pasting the Excel document into a MS Word document does not count as one page of the writing section.
  • Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
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