Archive for Month: October 2011
Free Drug and Explosive Detection Workshop Available Online
Presentations and videos from September’s technology transition workshop, Field Detection of Drugs and Explosive Odor Signatures Using Planar Solid Phase Microextraction Ion Mobility Spectrometry (PSPME-IMS), are now available online free from NFSTC. This training provides law enforcement with a novel approach for detecting and sampling illicit drugs and explosives.
Crime scenes, field forensics, tools and training
Come see NFSTC at the IACP Conference in Chicago. Stop by booth #2131 to check out the interactive crime scene scenario, get the scoop on virtual reality crime scene training, learn about new digital evidence training, and more. While you’re there, register to win an iPad!
ICAC-SIT free digital forensics training featured in Evidence Technology
Evidence Technology Magazine featured the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Special Investigative Techniques (SIT) Cell Phone Collection, Investigation and Law training in its News From the Field section this month. The free, three-day digital forensics training course, which kicked off this week in Phoenix, is now accepting applications for upcoming classes held throughout 2012 at locations around the nation.
National Public Safety Summit on Forensic Science
This week, law enforcement professionals and officers of the court from around the country have convened in Clearwater, FL to learn how advancements and issues in forensic science may be impacting cases they’re managing. Presentations are offering insights into a variety of relevant topics including: Emerging technologies for investigation, collection […]
NFSTC welcomes Latent Print trainees
The third offering of the highly successful Latent Print Examiner Training program has begun at NFSTC in Largo, Florida. Over the next two weeks, instructors from Ron Smith and Associates will be conducting the first three courses of this comprehensive training program for 15 participants at NFSTC’s state-of-the-art training facilities.