Brian E. Dalrymple, CLPE
This four day workshop is designed to make the attendee aware of the research endeavors targeting fingerprint detection on skin, landmark case histories and to explain the science behind the techniques that have proven successful in homicide investigations. The attendee will explore through hands on experience the techniques that have identified murders by fingerprints left on the skin of their victims. The proper removal and examination process is vital to obtaining the most evidence. Sequential examination and processing will be emphasized, as well as the necessity for cooperation with medical examiners and other partners in the investigation process. With the scientific foundation provided you will be able to properly document, present and defend your evidence in court. It will further outline the importance of planning and organizing a body examination service delivery, and finally to create an effective Standard Operating Procedure.
Who Should Attend:
If your department investigates homicides.
If your department lacks a body examination SOP
If you are unsure of the processes to follow in body examination.
If you are unsure of the scientific basis of these procedures
If you wish to ensure that crucial evidence is located and secured.
If you wish to prepare sound and defendable evidence for court