CRIME SCENE PHOTOGRAPHY:
Crime Scene/Evidence photography is a learned, specialized and supplemental form of investigative case reporting. Acquired photography skills will often result in recording critical scene conditions or details that official written reports may not comprehensively describe.
February 22-23, 2021
April 19-20, 2021
May 26-27, 2021
September 27-28, 2021
November 15-16, 2021
North Aurora, IL
Newman Lake, WA
North Aurora Police Department
South Metro Pubic Safety Training Facility
Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy
Lawrence Police Department
Jenks Police Department Cleet # 20-0849
Law Enforcement Training Institute
Spokane County Sheriff Training Center
Lawrence Police Department
Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System
Comments from attendees:
"When I came to this class, I didn't know anything about cameras/photography. By the end of the second day, I left Confident. Great job."
Ofc. Austin Rosenbloom, Gibson City (IL) PD
"Great class. Broke down the tech of camera into simple terms. Left leaving the class with more knowledge of my camera."
Det. Curt Kneller, Morris (IL) PD
"This class was great!. Easy to talk to, personal and very knowledgeable. Easy to understand, engaging, great instructor, excited to apply new ideas and techniques." Forensic Analyst Nicole Garrett, Unified (UT) PD
"This course was exactly what I wanted. I learned useful skills which I will be able immediately to put into practice. Good information but the best part was using the cameras, manuals and other equipment." Ofc. John Wells, West Valley (UT) PD
"Understanding the camera and all the settings, as I am new to investigation, this helped me a lot. I will suggest this course to the rest of my team but also to patrol/line officers." Ofc. Tyler Oliva, Tooele County (UT) SO
"Instructor was very knowledgeable and cared about the subject matter. He checked in with students throughout to ensure they understood topics and requested from each student if there were additional information they needed for their specific duties."
Det. Mark Anderson, Clark County (WA) SO
"Twenty years on the job and still walked away with something new. Enjoyed case examples, class discussion and flexibility with spending more time on subjects that were questioned with no rush to get through the slides." Forensic Specialist Trayce Boniecki, Spokane County SO
"Instructor is obviously an expert, experienced investigator and that translates well into his instructions."
Sgt. Mark Lewis, Moxee (WA) PD
"Instructor was able to simplify and clarify intimidating topics. I was able to feel comfortable with my equipment for the first time.
Lana Howard, Forensic Specialist, Carmel (IN) PD
“Instructor is very good at explaining / translating complex info to easily understandable terms."
"I've always found practicing tripod - sync cord to get oblique lit photos of unprocessed footprints in dust or fingerprints to be a helpful exercise."
"Excellent use of stories/experience to further the class material. Presented complex materials into easy to understand format. The classroom exercises were very helpful and the instructor how best to photograph certain things such as recovered firearms or vehicles!"
"This course was very helpful in getting to know how to use your equipment and where to find settings. The mechanics and science of photography gives you a good foundation for taking good crime scene photos."
"I really got an understanding how the camera works and what it's capabilities are. I learned a lot of tips and tricks to help me with photographing scenes. The information provided was in a way for everyone to understand."