Course Number: R4280C
This comprehensive 40-hour workshop will provide participants training and assistance in the proper recognition of bloodstain pattern evidence. This includes actual laboratory experimentation of blood flight characteristics of motion and force. These experiments will be augmented with lecture material and case presentations for the ultimate purpose of reconstruction of the sequence of events which occurred at the scene of the crime. This is a hands-on workshop that will allow the participants to work individually and in small groups as they acquire the necessary knowledge and skills required of a bloodstain pattern analyst. The bloodstain evidence that will be analyzed will include that which is present at the crime scene, in or on a vehicle, on a victim and/or suspect’s clothing, or on discarded evidence such as knives, firearms and other weapons.
IABPA Basic BPA 40-Hour Approved Course
Dates: November 30-December 4, 2020
Credit Hours: 40
Location: Idaho Falls Police Department Training Annex, 740 Park Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402
(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)
Instructor(s): Forensic Pieces Instructors
Remarks: Use the link to register, or contact the information below- http://forensicpieces.com/register-for-a-course?course=Basic%20Bloodstain%20Pattern%20Analysis%20():
COST: $595 PER STUDENT PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: JAN JOHNSON MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED TIN# 900496490 FAX/MAIL TO FORENSIC PIECES (CONTACT INFO BELOW) REGISTRATION FORM NAME:_________________________________ TITLE:__________________________________ AGENCY:_______________________________ ADDRESS:______________________________ CITY:__________________________________ STATE/ ZIP:_____________________________ PHONE:________________________________ EMAIL:_________________________________ BASIC BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS By Jan Johnson, CSCSA Retired Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst Certified by State of Florida in Crime Scene Analysis and Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Certified by IAI in Crime Scene Analysis President of Forensic Pieces, Inc.