Brian E. Dalrymple, CLPE
The purpose of this four day seminar is to enable the student:
To identify the best technique, or series of techniques, for developing the maximum evidence
To understand and exploit fluorescence as a powerful detection strategy, using a range of Forensic Light Sources
To record impression evidence faithfully and accurately
To prepare and use the chemical reagents safely in a laboratory environment.
The student will learn about lasers and light sources as key forensic technology, as well as the principles behind
luminescence detection of evidence.
Techniques targeting tapes (adhesive side), blood prints on porous and nonporous surfaces will be featured.
The student will learn how to use multiple techniques in the correct sequence on many surfaces for maximum results.
The student will learn conventional, atypical and digital photographic techniques for extracting the clearest and most useful images.
This course will feature hands-on sessions in exhibit processing and photography, as well as an examination and certificate of completion.