Easy Crime Scene Diagrams

Effective, accurate and easy crime scene diagrams will help investigators recall details of the crime scene when preparing their case.

CAD Pro’s drafting and design software provides all the necessary design tools and features that anyone can use for accurate crime scene diagrams. Accurately portray the physical facts, relate the sequence of events, establish precise location and relationship of objects and evidence while creating a permanent record of the crime scene.

Share your easy crime scene diagrams with investigators, legal aids, colleagues and clients using Dropbox®, Google Drive™, OneDrive®, and SharePoint®. Export files to Microsoft Word®, Excel®, and PowerPoint®.

There are no limits to the variety of easy crime scene diagrams you can create with CAD Pro.

Easy Crime Scene Diagrams

Accurate and Easy Crime Scene Diagrams

Guidelines for Creating Easy Crime Scene Diagrams

  • Observe and plan
  • Accurately measure distances
  • Outline the area
  • Locate objects and evidence within the outline
  • Record details
  • Make detailed notes
  • Identify the sketch with a legend and a scale

Easy Crime Scene Diagrams with Interactive Features

CAD Pro is the first drawing/design software application that lets users insert pop-up images or photos, pop-up text notes and precise verbal comments or audio sound files. When incorporating these features in your crime scene layout diagrams, it eliminates any discrepancy’s that may arise when presenting your crime scene evidence.

How to Make Easy Crime Scene Diagrams

Any crime scene diagram starts with a floor plan of where the crime was committed: a home, office, street, or business. Quickly create and edit the crime scene/floor plan using CAD Pro’s powerful floor plan tools and features. Add walls, windows, and doors more with just a few clicks. Resizing and editing walls is just as easy. And everything is exactly to scale, complete with industry standard dimensions. CAD Pro is great for quick and easy crime scene diagrams.

Effective Crime Scene Drawings Assists in:
  • Interviewing and interrogating persons
  • Preparing an investigative report
  • Presenting the case in court
  • The sketch supplements photographs, notes, plaster casts and other investigative techniques.
Two Types of Crime Scene Drawings
  1. Rough sketch
  2. Finished or scaled sketch

CAD Pro has helped thousands of investigators, attorneys, and clients streamline the process of producing professional and easy crime scene diagrams for clients and colleagues. Cad Pro is an affordable and easy alternative to other more expensive software programs. Cad Pro is great for creating custom home plansbuilding plansoffice plansconstruction details, and much more.

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