The steps of a criminal investigation are as follows.
The first step is observation. In this step of the criminal investigation process, the perception of objects and processes is carried out in a methodical way. Observation is an innate human activity, but despite this, it must be practiced to the maximum in order to obtain the best results. With the knowledge of technical-scientific procedures that you will be able to acquire with our training, you will be able to perceive the information present at the scene of the crime.
The second step of the criminal investigation is the description. In this step of the criminal investigation, the observations of the observation are expressed. The description answers questions about the observed object or situation, and generally has the sense of relating the characteristics previously identified in the observation to each other.
The explanation is the third step of the criminal investigation. In this step of the criminal investigation, the implication of the relationships between objects, situations and events is carried out, for all this, the information described and observed in the previous steps is used. As a consequence of the observation and subsequent description, the professional must proceed to explain what has happened.
It is the last step of the criminal investigation. In this step, it is intended to anticipate, on the bases explained previously, the occurrence and the way it manifests itself, that is, the modus operandi.