Crime Scene Investigation
Crime Scene Investigation Methods and techniques
This is an introductory level course focusing on methods and techniques for the documentation and collection of evidence.
The Safariland Training group now provides an introductory level course that will center on the methods and techniques for the documentation, collection and preservation of physical evidence taught by leading professionals in the Crime Scene Investigation field. The course is for new CSIâ€™s, detectives, patrol officers, prosecutors and medical examiners who want to improve their crime scene skills. The focus of this class is on giving students the practical methodology for managing and processing the crime scene. Specific topics include: crime scene assessment, protecting the scene, photography and sketching of the crime scene, classification of physical evidence, evidence collection protocols, DNA evidence, firearms evidence, and latent print evidence.
Each student must be a sworn law-enforcement or correctional officer, federal agent, state-licensed security officer (OC only) or active military. These courses are not available to civilians. Each attendee must be physically fit for duty and able to perform the physical skills associated with tactical applications with the use of these products.
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