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Effective Crime Scene Reporting:
Documentation and Demonstratives

Crime scene documentation demands an elevated and often technical level of detail that goes beyond standard field reporting needs of statutory and Uniform Crime Reporting requirements. Forensic/Scientific focused documentation can counter memory recall challenges experienced by even the most seasoned crime scene investigators. Accurate reporting offsets media-fueled CSI effects which adversely impacts ensuing and often time-delayed trials.

South Jordan Police Department

10655 S Redwood Rd, South Jordan, UT 84095

December 1, 2021   8:00am-4:00pm

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Oak Forest Police Department

15440 S. Central Ave.  Oak Forest, Illinois 60452

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Davis County Sheriff’s Office

800 W State St, Farmington, UT 84025

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Spokane County Sheriff Training Center

15440 S. Central Ave.  Oak Forest, Illinois 60452

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Comments from Attendees

"Very knowledgable about the the subject matter presented. The greatest strength was the instructor's ability to connect material to real world applications." Det. Cpl. James North, Woodward (OK) PD

"Great instructor who is passionate about forensics and teaching others. I would definitely recommend On-Target Forensics to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of crime scene investigations". Capt. Mike Sole, Sapulpa (OK) PD

"Outstanding"  Forensic Technician David Freudiger Norman (OK) PD