Maryland State Police Forensic Science Division




Yüklə 62.31 Kb.
tarix10.04.2016
ölçüsü62.31 Kb.

Maryland State Police - Forensic Science Division

221 Milford Mill Rd. ♦ Pikesville, MD 21208 ♦ (443) 357-1300



Forensic Biology Section Casework Submittal Approval Form

MSP Case #

Agency Case #

Prior to submitting a case to the Biology Section of the MSP-FSD, the Investigator must contact the appropriate MSP Casework Supervisor. See the last page of this form to determine which Casework Supervisor should be contacted and the associated phone number.







INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Complete all highlighted areas electronically.

  2. Send the form by e-mail (Biology e-mail address:      ) to Maryland State Police for approval. Approved form will be signed and dated by the Biology Section Casework supervisor or designee and then will be returned.

  3. Submit signed and dated (approved) form along with the evidence listed on form and chain of custody form(s) to the MSP-FSD for analysis.

­­­Select the type of Submission:


 Initial Evidence Submission  Supplemental Evidence Submission (Must fill in MSP Case number at the top of the page)
Is the case being submitted linked to another case?  Yes  No

If yes, what is the related agency and /or MSP-FSD Case Number?      
Submitting Agency’s Contact Info:
Submitting Agency:­­      

Agency Case #:     

Case Investigator:     

Investigator Phone Number:      

Investigator Fax Number:      

Investigator e-mail address:      

Assigned Attorney:      

Attorney Phone Number:      

Other case contact information:      

Case Information

  1. What is the offense?      

  2. What is the date of offense?      

  3. What is the name of the victim(s)?      

  4. What is the name of the defendant(s)?      

  5. Has defendant(s) been charged?      

  6. Please note any trial date(s). (If known)      



  • Are all required known reference items being submitted?  Yes  No

If no, what reference items are outstanding?      

NOTE – All required known reference items must be submitted along with the evidentiary items. If not, then the case will be accepted but not processed until the required known reference items are submitted.




  • What additional evidence is available?      

NOTE – If a large amount of evidence exists, then the most probative evidence will be submitted first. If initial results are not informative, then additional evidence may be submitted upon approval from the Casework Supervisor.


  • What additional forensic analyses are being requested?      

NOTE – All firearms evidence must go to the Firearms Unit first. If latent print evidence is submitted, then the Casework Supervisor will contact the Latent Print Unit and determine to which unit the evidence should first be routed. The Casework Supervisor will then notify the Evidence Coordinator of the decision.
 I am aware that any unidentified DNA profile from the submitted evidence has the potential to be submitted to the National DNA Index System (NDIS) database.
 It is my belief that no law enforcement personnel involved in the processing of this evidence prior to submission to the MSP-FSD have been in contact with the evidence being submitted in such a way as to leave their DNA on the evidence.
OR:
 The following law enforcement personnel involved in the processing of this evidence prior to submission to the MSP-FSD may have been in contact with the evidence being submitted in such a way as to leave their DNA on the evidence and DNA has been submitted from listed personnel:

     
FOR EVIDENCE COLLECTION FROM RECOVERED VEHICLE:

 It is my belief that the vehicle from which evidence has been collected has been in a secured location between the time of vehicle recovery and the time of evidence collection.




Evidence brought to the laboratory for submission that is not listed on this form as approved will not be accepted for submission.
All items listed here must be in same order as they are on Form 67 (Chain of Custody) and match the description on Form 67.

Case Background:      


­­ List Evidence Items

Type of Testing

Permission to

Consume

(if necessary)

Additional Comments

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

     

 Serology

 STR  Y-STR



 Yes  No

     

Please specify any special evidence storage requirements:

     

Maryland State Police Approval
Name:       Title:      
Date approved:       Signature:       MSP Case#:      

Rape Case Submissions:


    • Rape Kits will be accepted if collected within 5 days of the incident, after approval from casework supervisor (or designee).  

    • Cervical Swabs which have been collected between 6 and 15 days after a sexual assault incident may be accepted after approval from casework supervisor (or designee).


Maryland State Police – Forensic Sciences Division

Forensic Biology Section Casework Submittal Approval Form


  • Contact MSP Casework Supervisor Debbie Heller or designee at 443-357-1441 if your agency serves:

  • Allegany County

  • Anne Arundel County

  • Baltimore County

  • Calvert County

  • Carroll County

  • Charles County

  • Frederick County

  • Garrett County

  • Howard County

  • Montgomery County

  • Prince George’s County

  • Saint Mary’s County

  • Washington County




  • Contact MSP Casework Supervisor Jason Befus or designee at 443-357-1431 if your agency serves:

  • The entire State of Maryland (i.e. Homicide Unit, Cold Case Unit, etc.)

  • Caroline County

  • Cecil County

  • Dorchester County

  • Harford County

  • Kent County

  • Queen Anne’s County

  • Somerset County

  • Talbot County

  • Wicomico County

  • Worcester County



MSP 234 (8-15)

MSP Filing: Original – Case File Page of




Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azrefs.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə