Base Key Outline:KEY OUTLINEINTRODUCTIONCrime Scene InvestigatorWorks with Law Enforcement Isolates and secures crime sceneAssist law enforcement establish a restricted perimeterPreserve, collect, and record impressionsCollects DNA evidenceCoronerElected for positionInitiate investigations at crime scenes determining cause of deathOversee collection of physical, scientific, and pathological evidenceReceive and study death reportsWays of determining deathLivor Mortis – One thing you don’t see at a crimeRigor Mortis – Stiffening of body musclesAlgor Mortis – Helps determine the time of deathBasic Decomposition – Decomposing of body 4. ChallengesTo ensure proper steps and measures are utilized at the scene of a death, ensuring one’s family if it was natural, suicide or homicideConclusionReferencesRecapitulate the key facts of paper and reiterate the essay in different words.Make a good and robust concluding account.Assignment:There is a difference between a crime scene investigator and a coroner’s investigator. There is also a difference between a coroner and a medical examiner. There are 3 ways to determine the time of death:Livor mortisRigor mortisAlgor mortisAssignment GuidelinesFirst, revise your Unit 4 Outline according to instructor feedback and peer review.Next, using the outline as a base, address the following questions, and add your responses to your Assignment final draft:What restrictions apply to a crime scene investigator with regard to a body within the crime scene? Explain.What is the role of a coroner’s investigator? Explain.What is a coroner? Explain.What is a medical examiner? Explain.What is the difference between livor mortis, rigor mortis, and algor mortis?Do you believe that every jurisdiction should have a coroner or a medical examiner? Why or why not?