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Biological Fluid Identification

Biological Fluid Identification


Class Code
R106
Subject Area
R - Biology / DNA Program
Class Description 

 

This 4-day (32-hour) course is designed to teach the beginning serologist the methods and tests to locate and identify dried body fluids. The course will cover the tests commonly used in the forensic field: description and scientific basis, strengths and weaknesses, choice of testing procedures (analytical scheme), test interpretation, and preservation of biological evidence. The course will emphasize the testing of blood, semen, and saliva, but sweat and urine will also be covered, and vaginal secretions and fecal material will be discussed. Each class is limited to 12 students.
 
Previously Scheduled Classes.
January 26, 2016 - Los Angeles
March 24, 2014 - Rancho Cordova
December 9, 2014 - Los Angeles
 
Instructor Various Instructors
Teaching Methods
Classroom lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and laboratory exercises
Objectives
Students will learn the theory and practice of body fluid identification. The students will be required to demonstrate their proficiency in practical and written tests.
Prerequisites
Minimum of 6 months of crime laboratory working experience
Preparation
Materials Fee
Tuition No cost to POST supported or State of California based Law Enforcement agencies. A $480.00 tuition fee will be required of all other public agency, private sector, or out-of-state applicants.
Course Contact
Neda Khoshkebari (916) 464-0600, 916-464-5599


Location Start Date
CCI-Rancho Cordova 04/17/18 08:00 AM

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