Crime Scene Unit established on 15.02.2008 in Police Station Civil Line Gujrat. Now The Crime Scene Investigation and Training Unit shifted in new building at Police Lines Gujrat on 30.05.2014. Developed by UNODC in collaboration with Gujrat Police supported by Government of Norway. Recovery of physical evidence during investigation of crime scenes is considered one of the most significant steps in modern investigation processes. The quality of tangible pieces of evidence and descriptive information derived from the crime scene quite easily determines the fate of the investigation of a criminal from scene of crime the following basic steps are followed:
- Approach Scene
- Secure and protect
- Preliminary survey
- Photograph Scene
- Sketch scene
- Evaluation of latent finger prints evidence
- Detail search
- Collection, recording, marking and preservation of evidence
- Final Survey to ensure conditions of the Crime Scene have been documented as thoroughly as possible.
- Release of Scene
- Proficients prepared ten print cards of all criminals in all police stations
- FP record slip of convicted persons
- PSV record slip for driving license
- Sample paper and specimen signature taken from courts
Latent Finger Print
Latent finger print staff lift finger prints and take pictures from the Scene of Crimes and process finger prints from finger print bureau and NADRA.
Sketch making of suspected accused made by Crime Scene Unit in Heinous crimes.
All accused released from the jail in Heinous crimes Jail wing collect their pictures and finger prints and inform their related Police Stations.
Computer operators manage pictures and record of all arrested criminals.