Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction
Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction is a forty hour course created for forensic scientists with current experience in the field. The course is intended to develop the skills required for students to bridge the gap between crime scene processing and crime scene analysis.
Throughout the week students will be exposed to a variety of real life examples, each of which reinforces the concepts of crime scene reconstruction.
- Students will learn to move from the simple “bagging and tagging” mentality of crime scene response and become excited about the concept of crime scene analysis.
- Students will begin to develop a thought process meant to ensure that probative evidence is found, properly documented, and collected.
- Students will learn the importance of communicating effectively with laboratory personnel.
- Finally, each student will be taught to create a solid, unbiased, and well organized work product that can be defended in a court of law.
Date: March 12-16, 2012
Location: Washington State Patrol Training Academy 631 West Dayton Airport Rd in Shelton Washington.
Cost per student: $460
Class size: Minimum of 10 and maximum of 16 students. This class is nearly at capacity. If you are interested in taking the class please complete the form to be put on a waiting list and Green Forensics will contact you to discuss alternate dates if necessary.
Lodging: Students may stay at the WSP Academy for a cost of $50/night (double occupancy). Contact Sgt. Freddy Williams for availability at 360-426-1654 or email@example.com Cafeteria style meals are available to all students. Additional hotel lodging options are available within 15 minutes of the training site.
Payment: Please indicate your preferred method of payment within the registration form below. Green Forensics will contact you with payment instructions upon receipt of the completed registration form.
Cancellation policy: Students who cancel prior to December 31, 2011 will receive a full tuition refund, minus a $100 cancellation fee. Those who cancel after December 31, 2011 will receive a 50% refund of their tuition.