Retired Detective Superintendent Andrew Tattersall discusses the fifth stage in the murder investigation process, the postmortem. The postmortem is the examination of the body to determine cause of death. In the postmortem, the pathologist connects the body's injuries to other aspects of the crime scene.
The Criminal Investigation Process: Stage 5
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Tattersall, A. (Practitioner). (2017). The criminal investigation process: stage 5 [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473960329
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