The term for the showing the picture at the beginning and end of an act or chapter is Bookends, literary and cinematic framing device:
Matching scenes at the beginning and end of a story, often to show how things have changed through the course of the series, or to demonstrate that they haven't changed at all.
Much like an prologue and epilogue bookend the entire show/movie/etc.
Specifically for NCIS (though unsourced trivia):
Fade to black and white. (Oh! Also … that sound you hear? That “thump” when it goes to black and white? Yeah, that’s actually exec producer Donald P. Bellisario’s voice. He wanted a bookend sound to each act, so he made that sound with a microphone, and boom (or thump) history is made. I know! I’m just full of the trivia nuggets this evening!)