Dutch police are undertaking an experiment to see if augmented reality can help officers process crime scenes. In many instances, the first officer to a crime scene is not the best person to investigate it, either because they are preoccupied with a suspect or are not expertly trained. Under the pilot, Dutch police officers wear body cameras that stream video to forensic experts, who then virtually annotate the crime scene so the officers can best document evidence, take samples, and even look for a hiding suspect. The officers view the notes on a smartphone or head-mounted device. Aside from ensuring that evidence is not contaminated, officials hope that the technology can help them investigate crime scenes more efficiently and effectively.