|Difficulty: Hard |
Superior: Aegis Gunnery Sergeant, Aegis Commander and Captain.
Duties: Solve the inevitable string of murders aboard the NEV Northern Light, drink copious amounts of alcohol to stay sane.
Guides: The Agreement, Enforcement Guide, Guide to Forensics, Aegis Lore
Quote: Why did they dismember him and put him in a hidden stash in the brig lobby?
The Aegis Inspector on board the CEV "Eris" carries out investigative activities and manages legal proceedings.
You are issued a reception and an office, where there are various consoles necessary for work, as well as your personal belongings, neatly folded in a locker next to the table. Get equipped and get started. And for God's sake, bring a crime scene tape. Better yet, ask the operatives that probably arrived there before you to restrict access to the crime scene with their tapes, and find witnesses from the crowd.
Investigating a crime scene is impossible without your suitcase of specific tools, the purpose of which is clear only to you.
- Fiber collection kit: magnifying glass and tweezers to collect clothing fibers. Want to know what the burglar was wearing? Explore the gateway to the fibers.
- Fingerprint powder: Aluminum powder and a special brush — to detect fingerprints.
- Luminol bottle & UV light: A bottle of luminol and a black light bulb will help you detect traces of blood at the crime scene.
- Fingerprint cards: Fingerprint cards. Just don't forget to take your gloves off...
- Swab kits: Kits (test tube + cotton swab) for collecting various "samples". Blood, saliva, gunpowder... To collect saliva, aim for the mouth. Powder particles — aim for the hands.
But to collect evidence (which should be placed in evidence bags from your locker) at the crime scene is only half of the work. Next, you will analyze the fibers, print and samples in the laboratory with the help of your colleague, the MedSpec. You should get to know them in order to facilitate further work.
To analyze the evidence, use a high-tech microscope — it will immediately give you a report. To study the samples that you collected using a swab kit, use a DNA analyzer.
- Keep track of everything that happens on board.
- Pay attention to the radio traffic. Ask your partner, if one is present, to monitor the cameras and coordinate with him if the situation requires it.
- Always wear gloves when working at a crime scene, otherwise you'll be in leaving your fingerprints all over the place.
- It's not such a bad idea to recruit an informant. Believe me, there are always people on board who do not mind an additional fee to "help" the guardians of order.
- Interact with your Department. If you have to go to a dangerous place — ask an Operative to accompany you.
- If you find a suspected changeling, you can do a simple test! Just get a blood sample and heat it up. If it's mixed with changeling blood and the temp is ~900K then it reacts and makes a new chem.