Throughout this course the attendee will be presented with information on CSI procedures and protocol was well as being an active participant in weekly hands on crime scene processing exercises.
The attendee will be introduced and participate in:
Crime Scene Photography - scene photography to include photography techniques in dark and lighted scenes
Fingerprinting - scene processing with powders, chemicals, super glue fuming, and elimination ink prints
DNA / Blood Spatter - analysis of cast off spatter, dripping blood, projected blood, and chemical presumptive testing
Firearms - distance determination, trajectory, ballistic analysis, and tool mark casting
Diagramming and Evidence Processing - scene documentation, reconstruction capabilities, evidence detection, preservation, and collection
Chemistry / Alcohol - drug and alcohol recognition, chemical presumptive testing, meth lab processing, and evidence collection
Crime Scene Investigation - scene procedures, forensic techniques, special equipment, diagramming, reconstruction
Homicide / Death Investigation - scene analysis and processing, cause and manner investigation (outside of OMI responsibilities), physical identification methods, and reconstruction
Please submit comments or questions to John Krebsbach, Crime Lab Director, at [email protected].