The Recovery of Latent Fingerprints From Notoriously Troublesome Surfaces

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12 in stock

DATE: Wednesday, JUNE 22

TIME: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

12 in stock

The Recovery of Latent Fingerprints From Notoriously Troublesome Surfaces (4 Hours)
This hands-on workshop is designed to give experience to the workshop attendee by using various powder applications and lifting techniques. The best way to become proficient is by doing it! After attending this class attendees will be able to lift latent prints off almost any surface; such as tape, feathers, wet, textured, multi-contoured and unusual surfaces that an impression has been developed on. Workshop attendees will also be introduced to IR fluorescent fingerprint powders and quick, efficient ways to digitally capture them. The proper way to fill out a latent lift card will also be discussed, along with items every fingerprint kit should contain!

Instructor:
Jason Cole is a Technical Sales Specialist for Foster + Freeman. Jason began his Law Enforcement career as a police officer for the Sandy City (Utah) Police Department. Later he was reassigned to the Investigations Division as the detective over juvenile crime and domestic violence crime. He also began receiving training in crime scene investigation and began to process major crime scenes for the department. In 2001 Jason left the Sandy City Police Department and began working as a Forensic Investigator for the West Valley City (Utah) Police Department. In 2007 he was promoted to be the Forensic Director of the West Valley City Police Department Forensic Services Unit. In 2010 Jason left the West Valley City Police Department and accepted a position as a Latent Print Examiner with the Henderson (Nevada) Police Department. Jason served on the Board of Directors for the Utah Division of the IAI for over 10 years, including serving as President. He was awarded the Utah Division of IAI Outstanding Achievement Award in 2005. Jason has served on the Board of Directors for the Nevada State Division of the IAI since 2010, including 6 years as President. Jason works part-time as a Latent Print Examiner for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and serves on the Board of Directors for the International Association for Identification. He is a member of DMORT region IX.

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The Recovery of Latent Fingerprints From Notoriously Troublesome Surfaces (4 Hours)
This hands-on workshop is designed to give experience to the workshop attendee by using various powder applications and lifting techniques. The best way to become proficient is by doing it! After attending this class attendees will be able to lift latent prints off almost any surface; such as tape, feathers, wet, textured, multi-contoured and unusual surfaces that an impression has been developed on. Workshop attendees will also be introduced to IR fluorescent fingerprint powders and quick, efficient ways to digitally capture them. The proper way to fill out a latent lift card will also be discussed, along with items every fingerprint kit should contain!

Instructor:
Jason Cole is a Technical Sales Specialist for Foster + Freeman. Jason began his Law Enforcement career as a police officer for the Sandy City (Utah) Police Department. Later he was reassigned to the Investigations Division as the detective over juvenile crime and domestic violence crime. He also began receiving training in crime scene investigation and began to process major crime scenes for the department. In 2001 Jason left the Sandy City Police Department and began working as a Forensic Investigator for the West Valley City (Utah) Police Department. In 2007 he was promoted to be the Forensic Director of the West Valley City Police Department Forensic Services Unit. In 2010 Jason left the West Valley City Police Department and accepted a position as a Latent Print Examiner with the Henderson (Nevada) Police Department. Jason served on the Board of Directors for the Utah Division of the IAI for over 10 years, including serving as President. He was awarded the Utah Division of IAI Outstanding Achievement Award in 2005. Jason has served on the Board of Directors for the Nevada State Division of the IAI since 2010, including 6 years as President. Jason works part-time as a Latent Print Examiner for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and serves on the Board of Directors for the International Association for Identification. He is a member of DMORT region IX.

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