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Date:
March 13, 2023 - March 17, 2023
Time:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:
Police Department
Address:
101 Sheriff Dierker Court
O'Fallon, MO 63366
Cost:
$629
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Investigative Analysis and Crime Scene Reconstruction Training

Monday, March 13, 2023

Comprehensive analysis and reconstruction of evidence is essential to thorough investigation and reveals actions critical to determining truth, whether conducting a property crime, assault, or death investigation. This thought-provoking 5-day (40 hour) Investigative Analysis and Crime Scene Reconstruction course was designed by veteran field experts. Detectives, crime scene investigators, accident reconstructionists, and others involved in evidence analysis will benefit substantially from this course. Lecture and practical hands-on exercises are used to advance investigators’ skills by practicing tested science-based methodologies for objective analysis of evidence to reconstruct actions and events. The resulting reconstruction produces fact-based conclusions extremely valuable for case adjudication.

Comprehensive analysis and reconstruction of evidence is essential to thorough investigation and reveals actions critical to determining truth, whether conducting a property crime, assault, or death investigation. 

This thought-provoking 5-day (40 hour) Investigative Analysis and Crime Scene Reconstruction course was designed by veteran field experts. Detectives, crime scene investigators, accident reconstructionists, and others involved in evidence analysis will benefit substantially from this course. Lecture and practical hands-on exercises are used to advance investigators’ skills by practicing tested science-based methodologies for objective analysis of evidence to reconstruct actions and events. The resulting reconstruction produces fact-based conclusions extremely valuable for case adjudication. 

Classroom instruction and practical exercises include: 

  • Essential concepts: analysis in context, logical reasoning process, scientific basis and objectivity in investigation. 
  • Techniques for organizing and evaluating information to aid retrievability, maximize comprehension, and identify evidence relationships. 
  • Reconstruction through a 5-step process of correlating evidentiary relationships between scene evidence, forensic analysis, subject/witness statements and scene context. 
  • Introduction to bloodstain patterns and how they relate to other evidence. 
  • Application of science based principles to reverse engineer and sequence actions identified by evidence in the scene. 
  • Application of the scientific method as an investigative approach and for resolving sequences in event analysis. 
  • Instruction for preparing accurate and comprehensive reconstruction reports. 
  • Introduction to using graphics and demonstratives for analysis and reports. 
  • Managing expert courtroom testimony. 
  • Concepts are reinforced through hands-on exercises analyzing historically-based case scenarios. 

Class Requirements: Prior investigative or crime scene experience and basic familiarity with bloodstain patterns is helpful. Course materials are provided in electronic format. Attendees should bring an electronic device with USB connection and basic office suite software, such as a laptop computer, to access, prepare and save digital work product, case materials, and complete fillable forms used in lecture and practical exercises.

To register, visit tritechtraining.com or contact Training Director Phil Sanfilippo at 800.438.7884, ext. 1025, or phil@tritechusa.com.

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