Bloodstain Documentation and Chemical Processing: VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

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23 in stock

DATE: Thursday, June 6

TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

23 in stock

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Bloodstain Documentation and Chemical Processing (7 hours)
Bloodstain pattern analysis and interpretation is vital to proper crime scene reconstruction. However, for proper analysis to be performed, bloodstains must be properly documented. Furthermore, many bloodstains require proper detection and enhancement efforts to render them readable. This workshop will combine lecture on proper techniques and applicability of methods, as well as, a hands-on practical exercise.

Students should bring their own camera, tripod, and camera equipment (shutter release cord, bubble level, etc.) Documentation materials will be provided; however, students may bring their own for practice if preferred.

Instructor:
Heidi Sievers holds a PhD in Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Forensics. She is an International Association for Identification Certified Bloodstain Pattern Analyst (CBPA) and Certified Crime Scene Analyst (CCSA). She is a former forensic investigator and Human Remains Detection K9 Handler. Currently, she owns and operates Sievers Forensics, which provides forensics and bloodstain pattern analysis consultation and training to various entities, such as law enforcement, attorneys, and the military within in the U.S. as well as internationally. She serves as the Chair of the Florida Division of the International Association for Identification Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Board. She is an undergraduate and graduate professor of crime scene technology, forensic science, and criminal justice at various universities. She is an approved instructor with the International Association for Bloodstain Pattern Analysts.

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VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Bloodstain Documentation and Chemical Processing (7 hours)
Bloodstain pattern analysis and interpretation is vital to proper crime scene reconstruction. However, for proper analysis to be performed, bloodstains must be properly documented. Furthermore, many bloodstains require proper detection and enhancement efforts to render them readable. This workshop will combine lecture on proper techniques and applicability of methods, as well as, a hands-on practical exercise.

Students should bring their own camera, tripod, and camera equipment (shutter release cord, bubble level, etc.) Documentation materials will be provided; however, students may bring their own for practice if preferred.

Instructor:
Heidi Sievers holds a PhD in Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Forensics. She is an International Association for Identification Certified Bloodstain Pattern Analyst (CBPA) and Certified Crime Scene Analyst (CCSA). She is a former forensic investigator and Human Remains Detection K9 Handler. Currently, she owns and operates Sievers Forensics, which provides forensics and bloodstain pattern analysis consultation and training to various entities, such as law enforcement, attorneys, and the military within in the U.S. as well as internationally. She serves as the Chair of the Florida Division of the International Association for Identification Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Board. She is an undergraduate and graduate professor of crime scene technology, forensic science, and criminal justice at various universities. She is an approved instructor with the International Association for Bloodstain Pattern Analysts.

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