Texas License: C-11847 | Louisiana License: 7311-011910-LA | Alabama License: 395

Texas License: C-11847 | Louisiana License: 7311-011910-LA | Alabama License: 395

Crime Scene Reconstruction

Crime Scene Reconstruction is the process of taking all available information, with a focus on physical evidence, to determine the facts and circumstances surrounding a crime, a suicide, or an accident. The crime scene reconstructionist seeks to answer the following:

  • WHAT HAPPENED?
  • HOW DID IT HAPPEN?
  • WHERE DID IT HAPPEN?
  • WHY DID IT HAPPEN?
  • WHEN DID IT HAPPEN?
  • WHO WAS INVOLVED?

Proper crime scene reconstruction is conducted in three phases:

  1. Investigation: the crime scene is examined and documented to determine what evidence is present without consideration to the particular meaning of any of the evidence.
  2. Analysis: individual items of evidence, or groups of related evidence, are examined to determine their individual significance without respect to how those items fit into the overall reconstruction of the crime.
  3. Reconstruction: all evidence, including testimonial and documentary evidence, is taken into consideration to determine how the crime took place.

GSI can provide a variety of crime scene reconstruction services including:

  • Bloodstain pattern analysis,
  • Shooting incident reconstruction,
  • Fingerprint evidence collection,
  • Collection of blood and biological evidence for submission to a DNA laboratory,
  • Search for trace and biological evidence

Give GSI a call at 512-680-5851 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • photograph and videotape scenes and physical evidence,

crime scene diagrams

A Word from Our Clients

Contact Us

202 Walton Way, Ste 192-157
Cedar Park, TX 78613
(512) 680-5851
info@gillespieinvestigations.com