Event Phone: 205-759-3000
- September 17, 2018 - September 21, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
There will be a $10.00 class fee payable first day of class by credit card also for class refreshments at LEAT
Registration is to be completed at
Cost: $595 per student
please Make Checks Payable to: Jan Johnson
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Fax/mail to Forensic pieces (Contact info below)
Forensic Pieces, Inc. | 4400 Bayou Boulevard, Suite 30A Pensacola, FL 32503| phone 850.332.0141 | fax 850.390.4792
This comprehensive 40-hour workshop will provide participants training and assistance in the proper recognition of bloodstain pattern evidence. This includes actual laboratory experimentation of blood flight characteristics as a result of motion and force. These experiments will be augmented with lecture material and case presentations for the ultimate purpose of reconstruction of the sequence of events which occurred at the scene of a crime. This is a hands-on workshop that will allow the participants to work individually and in small groups as they acquire the necessary knowledge and skills required of a bloodstain pattern analyst. The bloodstain evidence that will be analyzed will include that which is present at the crime scene, in a vehicle, on a victim and/or suspect’s clothing, or on discarded evidence such as knives, firearms and other weapons. This course satisfies the International Association for Identification’s 40-hour Basic Bloodstain Analysis Course for the purpose of the requirements for acquiring Bloodstain Pattern Certification Examination by the IAI, and for certification hours for the Crime Scene Certification Board
v The participants should acquire a working knowledge of current bloodstain pattern terminology
v The participants should have a clear understanding of how blood reacts to motion and force.
v The participants should know how to use proper bloodstain documentation techniques, which include sketching, written documentation, and photography.
v The participants should be able to identify specific bloodstain pattern evidence at crime scenes, in vehicles, on victims/suspects, and on clothing and weapons.
v The participants should acquire the ability to correctly detect, enhance, and preserve serological blood evidence for DNA analysis.
v The participants should be able to use the acquired knowledge and skills in order to correctly interpret bloodstain evidence for the purpose of crime scene reconstruction.
v The participants will acquire the basic knowledge to prepare for courtroom presentation of the bloodstain evidence.