Our Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory needs to cover a wide range of investigation work because a crime scene investigator have no limits for his duties. His works, duties and responsibilities depend on type of scene of crime and vary accordingly. Basically a crime scene is place where a criminal offence has occurred. As the crime is diverse in nature the crime scene differs with each crime. The only consistent about a crime scene is its inconsistency in location, nature of the crime, the person involved in a crime etc. Crime scene can be classified as, primary crime scene where the main crime has occurred and secondary where subsequent articles are found.

Forensic Science begins at the crime scene. If the investigator cannot recognize physical evidences or cannot properly preserve it for laboratory examination, no amount of sophisticated laboratory instrumentation or technical expertise can salvage the situation. Criminals always use a latest technology to commit a crime. Hence most of the crimes are very complex to solve and the crime scene difficult to access and retrieve the physical evidence. The main components of crime scene management are Information management, Man power management, Technology management, Logistics management, and Available resource management. The procedures followed by a crime scene investigator should be fool proof and with legal standing and scientific security.

Rules for an ideal Crime Scene Management

>> Barricade the crime scene first from the public

>> Provide medical aids to the injured persons at the nearest hospital

>> Do not touch or alter any of the physical evidences till well documented or photographed

>> Get detailed narration of the event from the eye witnesses

>> If possible videotape the whole crime scene

>> Sketching of the crime scene to relate the items, its location and placement in proper scene

>> A meticulous search of the crime scene will generate wealth of clue materials and physical evidences

>> Proper collection, preservation, and forwarding of the crime article sealed in presence of two independent reliable witnesses

>> Big article like break down vehicle collapsed debris may be forwarding to FSL for examination

>> Crime Scene should be rebase, ones all the above job is our to avoid public inconvenience


Our Crime Scene Investigation laboratory works with a broad range of evidences. Our analysis involves a wide range of microscopic and chromatographic techniques. We also used a large variety of other investigating tools and crime scene investigation kits to deliver a perfect result to our clients. We provide a variety of forensic examination and laboratory testing services for the physical evidences and clue materials like

>> Blood, semen, saliva and other biological fluids

>> Teeth marks, hair, nail, skin

>> Fingerprints, footprints, other impressions like tyre marks, track marks and tool marks

>> Fibers and fabrics, glass

>> Documents like property documents, will, stamps, stamp papers, burned or charred documents

>> Drugs and poisons like pills, capsules and vials

>> Explosives, firearms and ammunition

>> Viscera like body organs and fluids

>> Paints like any paint whether liquid or dried

>> Petroleum products like petrol, kerosene, diesel, grease and thinners

>> Stains and powder residues like carbon soot, chemicals stains or cosmetic stains

>> Soils and minerals

>> Wires and cables

>> Wood, pollens and other vegetable matters

>> Serial numbers of stolen property vehicles, etc.