Florida Div. International Association for Identification - Event Information
Forensic Bloodstains: Enhancement and Documentation
This new 16-hour course will provide you with in-depth instruction on the correct procedures for processing blood evidence at a crime scene or in a lab. You will gain an understanding of basic bloodstain patterns encountered at crime scenes, how to properly document those patterns, and how to utilize various chemical enhancement techniques. You will learn methods to evaluate a crime scene to determine the type of crime that has been committed and the physical parameters of the area of involvement. We will show you how to properly locate, document, collect, and preserve the physical evidence at the scene. You will also be introduced to networks and databases that can assist you in the investigative process.
Exercises will reinforce the classroom discussions to enhance your understanding of the basic principles of bloodstain pattern analysis, enhancement techniques, including chemical and alternate light sources, and proper documentation and collection.
Crime scene analysis
Overview of bloodstain principles
Recognition of bloodstain patterns
Presumptive tests for blood
Blood chemical enhancement techniques
This course is IAI Crime Scene Certification approved.
2/23/2021 - 2/24/2021
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) 12000 Alumni Drive Jacksonville, FL 32224