Archive for Month: October 2010
Seats still available for Medicolegal Death Investigation Training Program
The program is currently underway, but there are a limited number of online coursework seats available to qualified applicants. This training program is designed to provide coroners/medicolegal death investigators with general knowledge of the scope and application of the forensic sciences within the criminal justice system.
Medicolegal Death Investigation Training Program Approved for Continuing Education Units (CEU) from ABMDI®
NFSTC is pleased to announce that the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI) is offering Continuing Education Units for NFSTC’s Medicolegal Death Investigation Training Program. Students successfully completing both the online and instructor-led courses are eligible for up to 32 CEU hours from the ABMDI.
NFSTC hosts medical examiners for Medicolegal Death Investigation Training Program
NFSTC hosted 25 forensic pathology fellows from around the country last week to learn to apply forensic science techniques to their everyday work. This hands-on class is part of a larger program to reach 100 medical examiners, coroners and medicolegal death investigators.
ICAC Training: Specialized Investigative Techniques
NFSTC is pleased to announce the first of 10 training opportunities for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigators in November 2010 in Tampa, FL. The course, Specialized Investigative Techniques, is offered in partnership with the High Tech Crime Institute and funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention (OJJDP), award # 2010‐MC‐CX‐K063.
Save the date! DNA Mixture Interpretation Workshop
Mark your calendar to attend the free, 3‐day DNA Mixture Interpretation Workshop for public US Crime Laboratories. March 15‐17, 2011, in Clearwater, FL.