Florida Div. International Association for Identification - Event Information
Criminal Investigative Techniques
This 40-hour course will provide you with in-depth instruction of the processes and techniques that apply to all aspects of criminal investigations, from the initial response to the scene to the final courtroom presentation. You will learn methods to evaluate a crime scene and determine the type of crime that has been committed and the physical parameters of the area of involvement. We'll show you how to properly locate, document, collect and preserve the physical evidence and effective techniques for interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects. You will also learn about networks and databases that can assist you in the investigative process.
Exercises will reinforce the classroom discussions as you build a case through the use of field notes, statements, physical evidence and laboratory reports. During the course, we will teach you how to perform basic investigative duties and prepare you for future, more specialized training.
Crime scene analysis
Recognition of physical evidence
Search warrant concerns
Crime scene sketches
Locating and preserving latent prints
Casting techniques - shoe wear and tire impressions
Introduction to interviews and interrogations
Sources of intelligence
10/25/2021 - 10/29/2021
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) 12000 Alumni Drive Jacksonville, FL 32224