Crime Scene Investigation:

 

Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation, History of Forensic Investigation and Locard's Exchange Principle, Types of Evidence and Protecting the Evidence, Dealing with Suspect Persons, Witnesses and Family Members, Identifying Physical Evidences, Examination of glass and soil, Role of Crime Scene Investigator, Processing a Crime Scene, Crime Scene Documentation, Collecting the Evidence, Fingerprint Development and Lifting Fingerprint from Crime Scene, Crime Scene Photography and Sketching, Chain of custody and Forwarding of different types of evidences to the laboratories, Interpreting a Crime Scene, Techniques for Handling Evidence, Blood Spatter Analysis, Reconstructing a Crime Scene, Crime Scene Tool, Kits and Equipment and Report Writing.
 

 

Distance and Online Learning:

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AFSA Certified Expert Certification Course

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Education Qualification and eligibility required: There are no fixed pre-requisites or eligibility criteria but student should be completed minimum High School / Junior College / SSC / 10+ / Certification or Diploma Level Education with minimum age of 16 years.

 

This course is self-paced, however, all course requirements and examination must be completed within six months from the enrollment.

 

Upon completion of course content requirements, examinations and evaluation completion, students are awarded a Certificate of Completion.

 

 

 

 
 

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