The correct answer is C.
OBJ-4.5: Chain of custody forms list every person who has worked with or who has touched the evidence that is a part of an investigation. These forms record every action taken by each individual in possession of the evidence. Depending on the organization’s procedures, manipulation of evidence may require an additional person to act as a witness to verify whatever action is being taken. While the chain of custody would record who initially collected the evidence, it does not have to record who was the first person on the scene (if that person didn’t collect the evidence). The other options presented by the question are all good pieces of information to record in your notes, but it is not required to be on the chain of custody form.