FORENSIC SERVICES

We offer a variety of forensic products and services. If you would like to see our products please visit our products page. Below is our offering of forensic classes.


Classes Offered:
40 hours
$812.50 per person
GSA price: Coming Soon
Class size: 20 people minimum, 30 people maximum

Note: Participants should bring their own photography equipment including digital SLR camera, tripod, detachable flash unit, remote shutter release, and sync cord.

This 40 hour Digital Crime Scene Photography course has been designed as a top-tier photography class instructed by nationally recognized instructors. 50% of this course is spent doing hands-on activities in real-world scenarios. This course follows respective SWG guidelines as well as IAI and POST standards when applicable. This five-day course will include one night session for low light photography instruction. Specific topics include: functions, controls, and menu settings of digital single-lens-reflex (DSLR) cameras; depth of field and motion control; close-up photography and photography using forensic light sources; functions and controls of detachable flash units; solving lighting problems using fill-flash, painting with light; polarizing filters; interior and exterior crime scene and accident scene documentation; photographing victims and suspects; managing digital images; photographing latent blood reagents; and photographing projectile flight paths using lasers. An abbreviated version of this course can be developed in conjunction with the customer to specifically meet their training needs. Changes to this course (specifically with regard to the length of the course) may impact use of these training hours for certification.

40 hours
$937.50 per person
GSA price: Coming Soon
Class size: 18 people minimum, 28 people maximum

This world-class 40 hour Shooting Incident Reconstruction course is instructed by nationally recognized practitioners.  Through extensive use of exemplars and more than 50% of the class being used for hands-on instruction and live-fire demonstrations, this class consistently exceeds participants’ expectations. Participants will complete this class with a solid understanding of the factors that must be considered while investigating shooting scenes. This course follows respective SWG guidelines and terminology as well as IAI and POST standards when applicable. Specific topics include: Shooting reconstruction terminology; internal, external and terminal ballistics; gunshot residue and range of fire determination; identifying, detecting, measuring and describing bullet marks; behavior of projectiles on varying target surfaces to include dry wall, wood, metal, plastic, glass, fabric and concrete; proper recording/documentation of bullet marks; motor vehicles as a target surface; humans as a target surface; flight path reconstruction, description and documentation; report writing – putting analysis and conclusions into words; and courtroom testimony – explain/describe analysis and reconstruction. An abbreviated version of this course can be developed in conjunction with the customer to specifically meet their training needs. Changes to this course (specifically with regard to the length of the course) may impact use of these training hours for certification.

40 hours
$812.50 per person
GSA price: Coming Soon
Class size: 20 people minimum, 30 people maximum

This course utilizes extensive hands-on practical activities to introduce proper crime scene management strategies to participants with varying levels of experience. Compared to other courses focus exclusively on the details of a single forensic discipline, this course will cover a number of disciplines from the perspective of how the scene must be managed as a whole. Topics include, but are not limited to report writing, securing the scene, sketching the scene, bloodstain pattern recognition and documentation, shooting incident evidence, crime scene photography and general crime scene management. For best results, the objectives for this course can be customized to meet the needs of the agency being trained and to conform to their specific SOPs.

8-40 hours
Cost per person: TBD
Custom Courses can be tailored to meet the specific needs of any agency. Pricing may vary depending on the needs of the participants. Forensic disciplines include:

  • Biohazards at the Scene
  • Processing Latent Impression Evidence
  • Fingerprint Comparison
  • Photography for Medical Examiners and Forensic Nurses
  • Arson Investigation
  • Post-blast Evidence Collection
  • Anthropology
  • Human Remains Recovery
  • Abbreviated versions of Shooting Incident Reconstruction, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Photography and Crime Scene Management courses

Quoted pricing and fees include instructors, instructor travel and per diem, training supplies and training equipment for training sites within the 48 contiguous United States. Additional travel and/or shipping costs may apply to courses delivered in Hawaii, Alaska and international training venues. Hosting/facility requirements for each course can be obtained by contacting Jon Eizinger through the contact form on this page.



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