Basic Latent Expert Testimony (8 hrs) October 17th, 2019 Basic latent expert testimony (8 hrs) February 2020 Advanced latent expert testimony (8 hrs) May 2020.
IAI Approved! This course is designed to familiarize students with court system organization, courtroom terminology and procedures, preparation of materials and method of disclosure, pretrial conferences and interviews, proper demeanor and attire and carriage of self during testimony. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration. The deadline to apply is October 3, 2019. This class is free to attend.
November 12th - Nov 14th, 2019.
This three-day workshop focuses on the Analysis phase of the ACE-V process.
November 18 - November 22, 2019.
5 day workshop will review key concepts and research underlying both domains that can be used to support latent print admissibility. The instructor will facilitate discussions and mentor attendees. Attendees will devise questions and answers covering the concepts and practice testimony.
November 4 - November 8th, 2019
Whether you are the first responder or the lead investigator, this course will give you the knowledge and skills to thoroughly and professionally investigate any possible homicide situation.
Contact Steve Carbajal for more information: email@example.com | 480.789.2505
November 6- November 7th, 2019
IIAI Approved! Come practice tips and techniques from the world of speech and theatre to improve your public speaking and confidence in front of an audience. Learn about common challenges to latent print testimony and how to meet them transparently using scientifically defensible language.
Contact Adria Gharati for the course flyer and registration information: firstname.lastname@example.org 919.560.4432 Ext. 29258
Februrary 3 - February 4th
16 Hours of IAI Credit, this two-day course will cover innovative techniques designed to make examiners more efficient and confident at their jobs. You will learn new techniques like: how to determine “directional flow,” how to recognize the “axis” of a print, the importance of the “funnel effect,” how “magnetic north” indicates delta location, where the “baseline” is located, and much more.