Five Stages of Interview & Interrogation Techniques
DATES: 2/3/2015 through 2/5/2015
INSTRUCTOR(S): Dan Sosnowski
LOCATION: Marion, Iowa Police Department – 6315 Highway 151, Marion , IA 52302
National Forensic Academy Investigator-Virtual Reality (I-VR) (free training)
The National Forensic Academy’s Investigator Virtual Reality (I-VR) is an interactive online training tool designed to provide crime scene investigation training to State and local forensic practitioners made available through a grant from the National Institute of Justice.
The participant works with a virtual instructor to learn how to use the virtual tools, the process, and the skills that are essential to crime scene management and evidence detection. Once the participant completes the virtual lessons, they can use the techniques presented to take on the role of a virtual crime scene investigator – collecting evidence and documenting a virtual crime scene.
This class is a great refresher for the seasoned CSI or for new investigators on the job.
Topics covered include:
- Crime Scene Management
- Latent Print Processing
- DNA Collection
Android smartphone owners can now download the Crime-lite® Selector, an App that is designed to assist in the detection and examination of forensic evidence whilst using the Crime-lite® range of high intensity light sources.
The App, which is available to download via the Android Marketplace free of charge, informs users of the correct wavelength (colour) of light together with associated viewing filter to be used for the examination of a particular evidence type.
With information provided on more than 20 evidence types, including chemically treated fingerprints, the Crime-lite® Selector is a useful reference guide to any Crime-lite® user.
Does your agency need crime scene investigation training, forensic consulting, laboratory technology assessments or reviews? During these lean economic times, forensic support can help bridge the gap between your agency’s limited resources and your challenging service requirements.
NFSTC is a Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) provider for the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), providing these and other services and support for local, state and tribal agencies. Whether you need to train personnel or find a way to increase case throughput, NFSTC’s nationwide network of forensic scientists and consultants are ready to help.
To request assistance, please let us know a little bit about the support you need using our quick and easy form online: http://www.nfstc.org/resources/bja-tta-application/
We’ll reach out to you and coordinate submitting your request to BJA for approval.
NFSTC also maintains a wide variety of online training at no charge. Visit http://projects.nfstc.org to see what is currently available for you and your investigative team.
NFSTC provides BJA TTA Services under cooperative agreement #2009-D1-BX-K028. Organizations requesting training or technical assistance (TTA) will be required to provide information and justification for their request. All requests must be submitted at least 30-45 days prior to the anticipated date of service. BJA does not consider requests to purchase equipment as technical assistance requests.
Communication Services Manager
National Forensic Science Technology Center®
Science Serving Justice
7881 114th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33773
Tel: 727-549-6067 ext. 187
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