|Dates:||14-18 February 2022|
|Location:||Trinidad Police Department
160 E First Street
|Offered By:||Bevel, Gardner & Associates|
|Instructors:||Ross M. Gardner and Tom "Grif" Griffin|
|Description:||A course of instruction designed for newly assigned investigators, crime scene technicians, and others involved in criminal and medical-legal investigations. The course is intended to develop a fundamental knowledge of crime scene processing technique. The course will illustrate to the student the six basic activities of crime scene processing and the sequence of those activities. The course concentrates on these core concepts: assessing, observing, documenting, searching and collecting, but also includes lectures on advanced techniques such as alternate light source utilization, bloodstain pattern recognition and trajectory analysis. It will introduce the student to the function and role of crime scene analysis.
Upon completion of the course the student should: