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7:30AM - 8:00AM

Class Hours: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Recommended Hotel: TBA
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The largest crime scene in the world was created on September 11, 2001, by the attacks on our Nation when two airliners were intentionally flown into the World Trade Center twin towers in New York City. What followed was a search and rescue effort for survivors and then a recovery effort for victims. During this time, members of numerous law enforcement agencies began processing a crime scene unlike any other in our history.  The vivid memories of truck after truck leaving Ground Zero, filled with debris, all 1.5 million tons of potential evidence, had to have their contents painstakingly sorted, categorized, photographed and secured for future prosecution.  Detective Joe Blozis, the former commander of the NYPD's elite Crime Scene Unit (CSU) who directed the post 9/11 evidence collection efforts at Ground Zero shares his knowledge in this class as the lead instructor for Crime Scene for First Responders.

Course Content

  • proper methods of responding to a crime scene,
  • summoning appropriate assistance,
  • identifying a crime scene,
  • evaluating crime scene,
  • establishing an inner perimeter and outer perimeter,
  • identifying victims, witnesses, and suspects,
  • identifying potential suspect identification devices at at or near a scene,
  • sketching a crime scene,
  • photographing a crime scene,
  • search a crime scene,
  • identifying and gathering evidence,
  • maintaining the integrity of a crime scene,
  • note taking,
  • documenting a crime scene,
  • sealing a crime scene,
  • closing a crime scene and
  • additional pertinent information, techniques and methodologies.

Who should attend this course:

Any first responder, especially all law enforcement officers, military personnel, other first responders and selected security professionals that may have the opportunity to respond to, or provide security for, any type of crime scene or important incident

Instructor:

Det. Sgt. Joe Blozis, (Ret.), spent 20 years with the New York Police Department (NYPD) and 13 years as a senior sergeant in the Crime Scene Unit (CSU).  He was Supervisor of CSU Detective Squad, where he supervised the search, collection, preservation, and documentation of all types of physical and trace evidence. Det. Sgt. Blozis has managed in excess of 2,500 crime scenes, including more than 1,000 homicide investigations and the creator of the NYPD's DNA Investigations Unit.

In 1993 and 2001 he oversaw both crime-scene investigations involving the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. On September 11, 2001, he was on scene as both towers collapsed and was immediately assigned to “Ground Zero” until May 2002.

Prior positions include supervising the criminalistics, narcotics, questioned documents, serology, and polygraph units for NYPD’s Police Crime Laboratory, as well as working as a patrol sergeant, in a detective squad, as plainclothes anti-crime, and as a uniformed patrol officer.

Det. Sgt. Blozis is one of the most sought after crime scene instructors in the Nation.

 
     
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 299 US

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