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Crime Scene Investigation Course (80 Hours)

Picher, OK - August 21-25 and 28-Sept 01, 2017

This Crime Scene Investigation Course is for Crime Scene Investigators, Evidence Technicians, Detectives, Investigators, Uniformed Officers and anyone who has the responsibility of processing a crime scene. the student will learn the necessary skills to identify, document, collect and process various types of evidence that may be encountered at a crime scene.
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Macro Photography for Crime Scene Responders

Raleigh, NC - September 11-12, 2017

In this comprehensive 2-day (16 hour) class, crime scene responders, field investigators, and laboratory personnel will learn the techniques of Macro, or evidentiary, Photography. Macro Photography has become a vital skill for forensic science practitioners with the evolution of digital imaging within the laboratory. Impression evidence is being enhanced and compared more frequently in a digital environment. Starting at the crime scene, the entire examination process begins with the ability of the practitioner to effectively capture the impression photographically, to allow for a thorough analysis and comparison to be performed.
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Additional training courses offered by Delta Forensics can be found here.

Introduction to the Science of Friction Ridge Examination

Knoxville, TN - October 16-20, 2017

Ron Smith & Associates Introduction to the Science of Friction Ridge Examination course has been designed with many different groups in mind and is suited for law enforcement personnel and students who are new to forensics as well as law enforcement personnel and students who are already familiar with forensic identification matters including experienced 10 Print and Latent Print examiners who are already conducting examinations or are being trained to do so. Because of the scope of material covered, this course is beneficial for all but the seasoned examiners and it can serve as an excellent introduction to the science for those of other disciplines, particularly crime scene personnel.
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Evidence Collection and Processing

Clarksville, TN - October 24-26, 2017

Evidence Collection and Processing course covers state-of-the-art methods of identifying, recording, processing and preserving various types of evidence found at the scene of the crime. The program is geared for "Hands-on" use of equipment, materials and supplies for a thorough and comprehensive evidence collection mission.
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Intermediate Crime Scene Investigation

Online Training Course

NFSTC’s Intermediate Crime Scene Investigation online course goes beyond basic skills to cover situations investigators don’t see every day. Expanded skills and knowledge for investigators, students interested in pursuing forensic science, corrections agencies, death investigators, tribal agencies and anyone interested in more advanced evidence collection techniques.

This course takes approximately 16 hours to complete at your own pace. Users have access to the course for 60 days. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully completing the course (75% assessment score).
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Introduction to Forensic Biology

Online Training Course

NFSTC’s Introduction to Forensic Biology is one of the first steps to understanding what really happens inside a forensic laboratory. This 2.5 hour course outlines both administrative and scientific concepts associated with safe laboratory practices. This is important because forensic scientists are responsible for more than analysis of evidence; they are also accountable for accurate record keeping, chain-of-custody documentation, stringent quality control and data management.

This course also provides an overview of techniques used to characterize body fluids and other biological materials. It’s self-paced and uses an interactive design including videos to demonstrate testing methods and processes, and self-check questions to test understanding of course materials. Supplemental resources are also provided for additional support.
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Digital Crime Scene Photography

Online Training Course

NFSTC’s newly expanded Digital Crime Scene Photography course is available online to help you get the critical knowledge and skills you need to capture fair and accurate photographic documentation of any scene.

This 6-hour course covers everything from digital camera basics and lighting strategies to methods used to capture images of impression evidence and bloodstains.

Learn to ‘paint with light’ and capture a drop of water in motion through interactive challenges and exercises. There’s even a camera simulation to help you practice adjusting camera settings to obtain examination-quality photographs.

In addition, information about preparing for courtroom testimony rounds out the coverage that the crime scene photographer needs to know.
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