A Qualitative Study on Crime Scene Management’s Proactive Support in the Mental Health of Crime Scene Investigators

Source: Mistie A. Measeles, Colorado Technical University

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The purpose of this qualitative study is to investigate what current proactive practices are in place to support the mental health and well-being of crime scene investigators. It is well known that crime scene investigation work can result in stressors due to the nature of the job. Responding to, documenting, and processing sometimes-horrific scenes can take a toll on an investigator's mental well-being. The success of this study is based on data collected from professionals to understand what current practices are in place and how they can be improved.

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