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Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation

Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation


Class Code
S201
Subject Area
S-Crime Scene Program
Class Description 

APPLICANTS MUST BE EMPLOYED AS A CRIMINALIST OR FORENSIC SCIENTIST IN AN ASCLD/LAB ACCREDITED LABORATORY. This one-week (40-hour) course will provide students the ability to recognize, document, and categorize bloodstain patterns. This course will cover the interpretation of bloodstain patterns as produced in acts of violence, including methods of documentation for court presentation. Each class is limited to 16 students. Course meets IAI and IABPA requirements.

Previously Scheduled Classes

August 28, 2017 - Rancho Cordova

November 7, 2016 - Bakersfield

December 7, 2015- Riverside

October 6, 2014 - Rancho Cordova

 

Instructor Joe Rynearson
Teaching Methods
Classroom lectures, PowerPoint, video classroom demonstrations and laboratory exercises leading to full scale aggressive motions generating bloodstain patterns
Objectives
Students will complete extensive laboratory exercises and demonstrate understanding of bloodstain pattern interpretation by completing a practical final examination
Prerequisites
Crime Scene Investigation I, or equivalent, and Crime Scene II or permission of course instructor. APPLICANTS MUST EMPLOYED AS A CRIMINALIST OR FORENSIC SCIENTIST IN AN ASCLD/LAB ACCREDITED LABORATORY
Preparation
Crime Scene Investigation I, or equivalent, and Crime Scene II or permission of course instructor. Applicants must be employed as a criminalist or forensic scientist in an accredited laboratory. APPLICANTS MUST BE EMPLOYED AS A CRIMINALIST OR FORENSIC SCIENTIST IN AN ASCLD/LAB ACCREDITED LABORATORY
Materials Fee
Tuition 600.00 for Private and Out of State Forensic Laboratories
Course Contact
Mike Giusto (916) 464-5648, (916)464-0600


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