This 16-hour hands-on program is designed for law enforcement personnel,
coroners or medical examiners who have responsibilities as they relate
to death investigations, crime scene evidence identification, collection
and preservation. Students participating in this program will learn
how to manage a death investigation scene and will be able to apply
forensic principles when processing an/or directing the physical processing
of a crime scene.
John L. Larsen, FBI Senior Team Leader/Evidence Response Team, Chicago
The course is built upon a curriculum in keeping with principles laid
out by the International Association for Identification (IAI). Its structure
will assist those students in obtaining the IAI Crime Scene Investigator
(CSI) certification and will also provide the necessary foundation for
SLEA’s advanced Crime Scene Technician/Investigator courses.
of a death scene based on the FBI Evidence Response Team’s Twelve
Crime Scene Processing Methods and Documentation
recovery operations on the body and trace evidence
Light Sources in DNA Recovery
Blood Tests and Blood Stain Evidence Interpretation
Scene Bullet Trajectory
of a Death Investigation from the Perspective of an Evidence Technician
Scene Narrative Descriptions and Administrative Documentation
Students attending this program should have a fundamental understanding
in the use of their departments’ digital or 35mm camera.
A departmental camera.
Metric Clear Plastic Ruler
Evidence Processing Kit
for this class must be received by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of
the program in order to avoid being billed!**
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