EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN USES ROBOTIC TOTAL STATION TO MAP CRIME SCENE
Imagine the scenario…It’s about 2:00 a.m. Tina Perruzzi is at her desk catching up on paperwork when the phone rings. There has been another homicide—a shooting victim in an apartment building courtyard. Time to go to work.
Tina Perruzzi is an evidence technician with the Forensic Services Division of the Prince George’s County Police Department, in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC.
As she heads for the door, she grabs her tools—briefcase, laptop, digital camera, and a robotic total station—which she will use to create accurate digital maps of the crime scene.