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Constructing a Crime Scene Diagram Using the case study provided below, evaluate and report in the form of a crime scene diagram using SmartDraw.
Constructing a Crime Scene DiagramUsing the case study provided below, evaluate and report in the form of a crime scene diagram using SmartDraw.
Scott Peterson Case Study—Police arrested Scott Peterson in a parking lot in La Jolla, California. At the time of his arrest, Peterson was in possession of nearly $15,000 in cash, camping equipment, four cell phones, credit cards belonging to members of his family, his brother's driver's license, and a map to Amber Frey's workplace. Assume the role of the forensic technician to diagram the parking lot.
- Create an overhead (birds-eye) view of a portion of a parking lot. Locate a parking lot in your area that meets these requirements.
- Include one complete horizontal and one complete vertical parking row. Include a maximum of 15 spaces in a row.
- Measure and sketch the length and width of one standard parking space and one handicapped space (if available).
- Measure and sketch walkways and stairs next to the parking lot. Include trees and utility poles next to the parking rows and walkways.
- Include five vehicles parked in the selected rows and measure the vehicles in place.
- Include a directional arrow and a legend in your sketch.
- Create a final diagram from the rough sketch.
Submit your crime scene sketch in a Word document containing your SmartDraw Diagram.