Latents 101

$0.00

DATE: Thursday, June 6

TIME: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Latents 101 (4 hours)
This workshop is an introductory overview of friction ridge examination. It will cover the ACE process while introducing features based vocabulary and frameworks for recognizing, analyzing, and discussing friction ridge impressions.

This class will be useful for novice latent print examiners, as well as, crime scene responders and criminal justice professionals who collect, examine, or utilize friction ridge evidence. This workshop would also be suitable for student attendees.

Instructor:
Jeremy Phillips received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry/Biochemistry from Eastern Washington University and is currently a Master of Education candidate at EWU. He is a Technical Lead for the Latent Prints section with the Washington State Patrol and works in the WSP – Spokane Crime Laboratory. Jeremy has worked in the the Latent Prints section for ten years, and participated as a member of the Crime Scene Response Team for nine years. He has served the PNWD-IAI as an Officer and on the BOD for the last nine years.

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Latents 101 (4 hours)
This workshop is an introductory overview of friction ridge examination. It will cover the ACE process while introducing features based vocabulary and frameworks for recognizing, analyzing, and discussing friction ridge impressions.

This class will be useful for novice latent print examiners, as well as, crime scene responders and criminal justice professionals who collect, examine, or utilize friction ridge evidence. This workshop would also be suitable for student attendees.

Instructor:
Jeremy Phillips received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry/Biochemistry from Eastern Washington University and is currently a Master of Education candidate at EWU. He is a Technical Lead for the Latent Prints section with the Washington State Patrol and works in the WSP – Spokane Crime Laboratory. Jeremy has worked in the the Latent Prints section for ten years, and participated as a member of the Crime Scene Response Team for nine years. He has served the PNWD-IAI as an Officer and on the BOD for the last nine years.

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