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Srr Traffic courses for law enforcement officers Forensics and Sexual Assault Investigations
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 350 US SRR Traffic
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In the United States, over 683,000 women are forcibly raped each year, 1,781 per day, 78 per hour, more than 1.3 women (age 18 and over) every minute.

Kilpatrick, D.G., Edmunds, C.N. & Seymour. A. Rape in America: A Report to the Nation. Arlington, VA: National Victim Center. 1992.

Yet despite these staggering statistics, sexual assault is considered to be perhaps the most underreported crime in our Nation. Part of the problem is that no victim wishes to be placed in a position where, "It is their word against the suspect's."  Clearly, one of the greatest benefits in the field of forensics, is the ability to indisputably prove guilt or innocence in sexual assault investigations. Now, it is up to law enforcement to do their part.

This is a fast paced class.  It is  NOT  a class that will teach basic photography, but will concentrate on photographic technique. Students should be aware of this ahead of time. Attendees should bring their own digital cameras (required) and should know how to use them before they get to class.  This class is designed to teach students the essentials of what must be done at all sexual assault scenes.  The course is NOT designed to be an overall basic crime scene processing class.  Students should have at least a basic knowledge of crime scene processing.  This course provides students with “hands on” opportunities to learn how to search, locate, document and properly recover and collect critical pieces of forensic evidence in multiple disciplines that are often extremely important to the case.  It is designed to teach students how to “tell the story” of what happened based on the physical evidence found at the scene.

Students will be required to submit a specific number of items correctly documented, collected and packaged items for review by the instructors.  The required items must be kept to a reasonable number for each student and can be altered depending on class size and number of instructors.

The instructors will be available for guiding and assisting students with hands on training all of the below listed techniques which were discussed the first day.


Day One

1). Crime Scene Search & Documentation- including use of mini-blue light,

sketch & detailed notes on scene

2). Photography - Overall scene, midrange, close-ups footwear, point of entry, tool marks, 35mm, digital

3). DNA - search - documenting - packaging, types of items, touch DNA, swab collection, buccal swabs, CODIS, cross contamination, gloves, mask, Alternate Light Sources (ALS)

4). Latent Print Recovery – regular powder dusting, magnetic

powder, Ninhydrin, super gluing

5). Mikrosil & Electrostatic Dust Lifter  – tool marks, prints, bite marks, footwear impressions

6). Laboratory Exercise instructions and preparations


Day Two

(Laboratory/Scene Work)

1). Photography of specific types of items

2). DNA – utilizing a mini-blue light, proper swabbing techniques, identifying, collecting & packaging items

3). Latent Print Development of numerous items using assorted, powders, Ninhydrin development

4). Mikrosil development & collection of items

5). Electrostatic Dust Lifter development *optional



Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 350 US SRR Traffic
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