EVIDENCE COLLECTION: CRIME SCENE TO COURTROOM BASICS
Collection, Preservation, Legal Standards
With the increased importance and perception from the courts and public on crime scene and forensic skills, evidence collection and preservation must adhere to best practice procedures. Skill sets learned can increase an agency’s case clearance rates and successful courtroom prosecution efforts, while simultaneously building public service satisfaction levels and their confidence in investigative efforts.
May 18-19, 2020
September 28-29, 2020
November 16-17, 2020
Newman Lake, WA
Jenks Police Department CLEET# 20-0850
Spokane County Sheriff's Training Center
Iowa Law Enforcement Academy
Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training
South Metro Public Safety Training Facility
Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System
Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy
Lawrence Police Department
Comments from others:
"Brings real life experience to the classroom: what worked, what didn’t. (The strongest feature of this seminar) multiple techniques for collecting fingerprints using well known techniques as well as tried and true methods.
ET Rebecca, Boettjer, Monroe County (IN) SO
Ofc. Joshua Blocher, Noblesville (IN) PD
“Been in law enforcement for 19 years and the instructor opened my eyes on several subjects. Some things I had never thought of.”
"Material covered was relevant and very applicable to my job duties. Instructor was very experienced and knowledgeable...and was always very open and available for questions.”
“Materials provided were excellent & instructor was very knowledgeable. I feel I have the practical skills to now perform a variety of forensic evidence recovery”.
Bree Cowdrey, Sumner (WA) PD
“Did a great job of using real-world experience to deliver information in an easy to understand and practical manner”.
Ward Kruse, Camas (WA) PD
“The relevant subject matter and interaction activities made learning more memorable. Explains the information in a simple, understandable way.
Jason McDonald, Burlington (WA) PD