The Rhode Island State Crime Laboratory has been diligent in providing training opportunities to the Forensic Science, Law Enforcement and Public Safety Communities. The training ranges from crime scene processing, blood spatter interpretation, trace evidence collection, latent print processing, firearms reconstruction and many more. It is of utmost importance that opportunities for professional development are continuously being offered by the Rhode Island State Crime Lab.
Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences 101 – Criminal Investigation:
Scientific Evidence I – 4 credits
Theory and practice of crime scene investigation employing the modern techniques of crime scene preservation, crime scene search and the collection, preservation and transmission of physical evidence. Emphasis on photography, the development, lifting and classification of latent fingerprints and report writing.
Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences 102 – Criminal Investigation:
Scientific Evidence II – 4 credits
Specialized techniques of crime scene investigation including firearms, arson, sexual assault and homicide. Examination of physical evidence such as firearms, bloodstains, glass and other trace evidence. Use of digital photography, computer software, alternate light sources, fluorescent powders and other chemical fingerprint techniques. Fingerprint comparisons. Court presentation.
Latent Print Search and Comparison Techniques
The Rhode Island State Crime Lab in conjunction with Ron Smith and Associates is hosting a Latent Print Search and Comparison Techniques Workshop for law enforcement officers.
Click here for registration-Registration is now open.
Crime Scene Fingerprinting Workshop-TBD-2015
The Rhode Island State Crime Lab in conjunction with the Rhode Island Criminalistics Association and the URI College of Pharmacy is hosting a one day workshop for law enforcement officers who want to learn more on Crime Scene Fingerprinting Techniques.