Radiological Crime Scene Management
Silsila? al-amn al-nawawi No.  22-G
Radiological crime scene management is the process used to ensure safe, secure, effective and efficient operations at a crime scene where nuclear or other radioactive materials are known, or suspected, to be present. Managing a radiological crime scene is a key part of responding to a nuclear security event. Evidence collection at radiological crime scenes may share a wide range of characteristics with that at conventional crime scenes, such as evidence search patterns, geographical scene modelling and evidence recording, whether or not explosives are involved. This publication focuses on the framework and functional elements for managing a radiological crime scene that are distinct from any other crime scene. It assumes that states have a capability for managing conventional crime scenes.
STI/PUB/1672, 93 pp.; 25 figures; 2017, ISBN 978-92-0-604217-5, Arabic. 48.00 Euro. Date of Issue: 2017-12-07. Full Text, (File Size: 3463 KB).
Subject Classification: 0600 - Nuclear and Radiological Safety; 1400 - Physical protection of radioactive material.

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