The first thing we’re going to discuss today’s behavioral evidence. Behavioral evidence could be. Physical in nature or even testimonial evidence that helps to guide or establish how when or where some sort of action has taken place. For example, injuries can help to understand who is present if there are any weapons used the amount of force that was applied, and possibly even the intent behind the crime. Fingerprints can tell us a lot about who was there what kind of contact the individual had the use of an object or what might have been in their possession. Blood-stained can help us to understand if there was an injury if there was a movement of the body or in what direction it was taken who was present during the scene of a crime and if there was any injury there. Toxic can tell us if there is the presence of alcohol medication drugs or toxins in the victim or the offender system these can tell us a lot about the State of Mind the individual was in the hell the Judgment the cognition all of which can influence someone’s behavior and thought process. Footprints can indicate the presence of an individual or a particular individual they can tell us if they were walking if they are running if they were standing and what direction they were moving in it can tell us a lot about the scene of a crime.
BEA is referred to as an ideo-deductive method of crime scene analysis and criminal profiling. The reason why is it takes into effect the examination and interpretation of different types of physical evidence, forensic victimology, and crime scene characteristics to paint a big picture.