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  • NUCLEAR SECURITY SERIES NO. XX 1

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    RADIOLOGICAL CRIME SCENE 10 MANAGEMENT 11

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    DRAFT IMPLEMENTING GUIDE 13

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    INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY 28

    VIENNA, 20XX 29

    NST013 DRAFT, February 2013

    STEP 8: 120-day Member State comment: deadline 28 June 2013

    Interface document: NSGC, RASSC

  • FOREWORD 1

    [To be prepared by the Secretariat at a later time] 2

  • CONTENTS 1

    1. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 1 2

    1.1. BACKGROUND .................................................................................................................... 1 3

    1.2. OBJECTIVE ........................................................................................................................... 1 4

    1.3. SCOPE .................................................................................................................................... 1 5

    1.4. STRUCTURE ......................................................................................................................... 2 6

    2. OVERVIEW OF INVESTIGATIONS INTO A NUCLEAR SECURITY EVENT ...................... 3 7

    2.1. GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 3 8

    2.2. RESPONSE SYSTEM ACTIVATION .................................................................................. 4 9

    2.3. RADIOLOGICAL CRIME SCENE MANAGEMENT ......................................................... 5 10

    2.4. FORENSIC EXAMINATION ................................................................................................ 7 11

    2.5. INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES ........................................................................................... 7 12

    2.5.1. Routine investigative activities ....................................................................................... 8 13

    2.5.2. Investigative activities requiring assistance from nuclear or radiation specialists .......... 8 14

    2.5.3. Investigative activities for determining the national and international security 15 implications ..................................................................................................................................... 9 16

    2.6. PUBLIC INFORMATION ..................................................................................................... 9 17

    3. FRAMEWORK FOR RADIOLOGICAL CRIME SCENE MANAGEMENT ............................ 11 18

    3.1. GENERAL ............................................................................................................................ 11 19

    3.2. INTEGRATED COMMAND, CONTROL, COORDINATION AND COMMUNICATION 20 SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................... 11 21

    3.2.1. National/strategic command level ................................................................................. 12 22

    3.2.2. Local/tactical command level ....................................................................................... 14 23

    3.2.3. On-scene/operational command level ........................................................................... 14 24

    3.3. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ON-SCENE/OPERATIONAL PERSONNEL .... 15 25

    3.3.1. On-scene/operational commander ................................................................................. 15 26

    3.3.2. Hazardous materials operations specialist .................................................................... 17 27

    3.3.3. Safety specialist............................................................................................................. 18 28

    3.3.4. Radiological assessor .................................................................................................... 19 29

    3.3.5. Scene modeller .............................................................................................................. 20 30

    3.3.6. Evidence recovery personnel ........................................................................................ 21 31

    3.3.7. Photographer ................................................................................................................. 22 32

    3.3.8. Evidence recorder/custodian ......................................................................................... 23 33

    3.4. SPECIALIZED PERSONNEL FOR RADIOLOGICAL CRIME SCENE MANAGEMENT34 23 35

  • 4. CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS ................................................................................................... 25 1

    4.1. GENERAL ............................................................................................................................ 25 2

    4.2. SCENE CONTROL .............................................................................................................. 27 3

    4.2.1. Perimeter security ......................................................................................................... 27 4

    4.2.2. Traffic control ............................................................................................................... 27 5

    4.2.3. Scene access control...................................................................................................... 28 6

    4.3. COMMON-HAZARDS RISK ASSESSMENT ................................................................... 28 7

    4.3.1. Event action plan ........................................................................................................... 29 8

    4.3.2. Scene safety plan ........................................................................................................... 29 9

    4.4. DANGER-REDUCTION PROCEDURES ........................................................................... 30 10

    4.4.1. General .......................................................................................................................... 30 11

    4.4.2. Control areas ................................................................................................................. 30 12

    4.4.3. Categorization ............................................................................................................... 33 13

    4.5. FORENSIC EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT......................................................................... 33 14

    4.5.1. General .......................................................................................................................... 33 15

    4.5.2. Evidence collection plan ............................................................................................... 34 16

    4.5.3. Radiological evidence collection procedures ................................................................ 34 17

    4.5.4. Initial forensic examination at the scene ....................................................................... 37 18

    4.5.5. Evidence packaging, transportation and submission .................................................... 37 19

    4.5.6. Interim Evidence Storage Site ....................................................................................... 37 20

    4.6. RELEASE OF SCENE ......................................................................................................... 38 21

    4.7. AFTER-ACTION REVIEW ................................................................................................. 38 22

    5. PREPAREDNESS ........................................................................................................................ 40 23

    5.1. GENERAL ............................................................................................................................ 40 24

    5.2. BASIS FOR PREPAREDNESS ........................................................................................... 40 25

    5.3. PLANS AND PROCEDURES ............................................................................................. 41 26

    5.3.1. National plan to manage nuclear security events .......................................................... 41 27

    5.3.2. Inter-agency arrangements ............................................................................................ 42 28

    5.3.3. Competent authority’s specific procedures ................................................................... 42 29

    5.4. EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................................... 43 30

    5.4.1. General .......................................................................................................................... 43 31

    5.4.2. Radiation detection instruments .................................................................................... 44 32

    5.4.3. Personal protective equipment ...................................................................................... 44 33

    5.4.4. Ancillary equipment ...................................................................................................... 44 34

    5.5. INFO