Documenting a crime scene well is super important. Once it gets reopened to the public, there's no going back. You can take all the pictures you want, and they might not cut it, but the Roswell Police have a new future-cop style trick: scanning the whole dang place.
Recently Roswell PD in New Mexico became the one of the first departments to begin using a Faro 3D scanner system, which cost a cool $86,000 in total, but apparently can provide captures accurate down to just a couple of millimeters. And all without the manpower it would take to manually photograph every inch and stitch it all together. It's a dream that's been a long time coming.