Crime Scene Analysis
The scene of a crime (or the scene of an event) is the location where most of the forensic evidence is found.
Proper work at the crime scene and the correct analysis of the evidence make it possible to reach conclusions about possible scenarios concerning the event and even offer the possibility to choose the most likely scenario from among a number of possible versions.
The specialists at the Institute of Forensic Science have the ability to check all evidence from a crimes scene, to analyze it and to reach conclusions about possible scenarios.
The experts at the Institute of Forensic Science are forensic specialists who were trained in analyzing evidence from crime scenes as well as analyzing of bloodstains pattern.
The specialists at the Institute of Forensic Science are able to determine whether a possible scenario offered by the indictment is reasonable and they are equally able to determine which scenario is the most likely.
The Institute of Forensic Science carries out simulations of crime scene scenarios.