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Crime Scene Investigation Training

At a crime scene investigation the responding officer has many considerations when responding to a crime scene call. Officer safety is foremost, followed by victim, witness, and bystander safety. After safety issues, protection of the crime scene becomes a primary task. A crime scene can yield numerous clues. There are a number of well established crime scene investigation techniques that can mean the difference between an unsolved case and breaking it wide open.
LETN's online crime scene investigation training courses cover everything involving a crime scene investigation including crime scene response, protection, bloodstain pattern analysis, evidence in shooting scenes, tire tread evidence, photographing and casting evidence, partial bloodstain evidence, elimination impressions, crime scene analysis, bullet ricochet analysis and impressions left at a crime scene. With over 25 years of crime scene investigation training experience, CiNet's Law Enforcement Training Network gives investigators the knowledge and tools needed to help solve the case and preserve the crime scene to gather vital clues and evidence to convict.

Crime Scene Investigation Training Benefits

  • The proper response to the initial crime scene call
  • Recognize the type of event that produced a particular bloodstain.
  • Recognize the different types of information that may be left by tires
  • Use various GIS tools and understand practical applications
  • Properly preserve footprint impressions found at crime scene
  • How to document bloodstain evidence for off-scene analysis

Crime Scene Investigation Training Courses

  • Bloodstain Evidence Documentation
  • Bloodstain Evidence in Shooting Scenes
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Crimes of Violence, Part 1
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Crimes of Violence, Part 2
  • Bullet Ricochet Phenomena, Part 1
  • Bullet Ricochet Phenomena, Part 2
  • Cartridge Case Ejection Pattern Testing
  • Crime Scene and the First Responder
  • Crime Scene Response
  • CSI: Elimination Impressions
  • CSI: Enhancement of Partial Impressions in Blood
  • Evidence Chain of Custody
  • Finding Invisible Footprint Impressions at Crime Scenes, Part 1
  • Finding Invisible Footprint Impressions at Crime Scenes, Part 2
  • Forensic Document Lab: Justice Through Science
  • Justice Through Science: Forensic Document Lab
  • Medical Detectives: Advances In DNA Testing
  • Medical Detectives: Analyzing Blood Clues
  • Medical Detectives: Body of Evidence
  • Medical Detectives: Deadly Delivery
  • Medical Detectives: Electron Microscopy
  • Medical Detectives: Fatal Fall
  • Medical Detectives: Fiber Analysis
  • Medical Detectives: Forensic Genetics
  • Medical Detectives: Forensic Geology and Odontology
  • Medical Detectives: Geophysics and Forensic Anthropology
  • Medical Detectives: Grave Evidence - Ballistic and Blood Stains
  • Medical Detectives: Micro-Clues
  • Medical Detectives: Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
  • Medical Detectives: Out of the Ashes
  • Medical Detectives: Pyroanalsis and Toxicology
  • Medical Detectives: Retroactive Amnesia
  • Medical Detectives: Rope Analysis
  • Medical Detectives: Sex, Lies and DNA
  • Medical Detectives: The Blood Trail
  • Medical Detectives: The Dirty Deed
  • Medical Detectives: The Killing Room
  • Medical Detectives: Toxicology
  • Medical Detectives: Ultraviolet Microscopy
  • Photographing and Casting Impression Evidence
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