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Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 275 US SRR Traffic
   
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The role, and expectation, of the first line supervisor and/or initial investigator has changed dramatically in recent years.  No longer is placing yellow tape around the perimeter of a crime scene and keeping bystanders at bay sufficient enough to secure a crime scene.  Collecting evidence is much more than just photographing it and placing it in a paper bag and dusting for fingerprints.  In today’s world, because of popular television shows focusing on forensic investigations, there is a greater expectation, and assumed knowledge on the part of private citizens, that an investigation will be conducted in a certain way beginning with the first responding officer.  Known as the ‘CSI effect’ in courtrooms across the country, this phenomena has juries wanting more evidence. How that is satisfied usually begins with the actions of the first patrol supervisor on the scene.

While many individuals have taken courses related to crime scene investigation and evidence collection, this course focuses on the operation of a Forensics Unit and the added responsibilities of the first line supervisor and/or investigator.

  • Polices and Procedures – Things as a Supervisor You Need to Know
  • Critical Initial Elements for Which Every First Line Supervisor Must Be Responsible
  • Taking Charge
  • Controlling Fire and Rescue Personnel
  • Evidence Technicians and Technician Assignments
  • Issued Equipment
  • Forensic Training – Basic and Advanced
  • Forensic Laboratory
  • Medical Examiner
  • Types of Scenes and Evidence Processing
  • Scene Control and Processing
  • Violent Death, Suicides, DOA and Accidental Death Scenes
  • Death Scene Checklist
  • Major Case Scenes
  • Exterior Crime Scenes
  • Crime Scene Security
  • Fire and Arson Scenes
  • Vehicle Processing
  • Documentation, Collection and Photographing
  • Defining Search Methods and Finished Sketches
  • Photographic Documentation
  • Evidence Packaging/Documentation
  • Case File Documentation
  • Automated Data Banks
  • Computerized Forensic Programs
  • Blood Splatter Analysis
  • Forensic Facilities
  • Forensic Equipped Vehicles and Necessary Forensic Equipment
  • After Incident Critiques
 
     
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 275 US SRR Traffic
 
     
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