NFSTC hosts STEM students for career exploration
What kind of evidence can be pulled from a cell phone? Can you really pull fingerprints off of paper? How can police officers tell if substances may be drugs or explosives before they send samples to the lab? Pinellas County STEM TEC students had the chance to learn the answers to these questions and explore forensic techniques at NFSTC on June 27th.
NFSTC’s live exploitation demo at SOFIC
NFSTC provided an expeditionary site exploitation demonstration at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, FL on May 15.The demonstration scenario was one faced by soldiers far too often, and increasingly by domestic law enforcement as well: a car bomb.
Medicolegal Death Investigator training is closed
The online Medicolegal Death Investigator course, Forensic Sciences: An Overview for Medicolegal Death Investigators, is now closed to new applicants. Those currently taking the course will be required to complete their study by June 30, 2013. If you are looking for basic crime scene training, NFSTC’s Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation online […]
Intro to Crime Scene Investigation now available online
Crime scene investigators, agencies and those interested in forensic skills across the country can now purchase the Intro to Crime Scene Investigation online course. Convenient and highly-rated, it provides a consistent training base to get new investigators up and running quickly.
Apply now for online Medicolegal Death Investigation course
The online Medicolegal Death Investigation course, Forensic Sciences: An Overview for Medicolegal Death Investigators, is now open. This no-cost training opportunities qualifies for ABMDI continuing education credits. This course is offered for a limited time based on seat availability and all coursework will end on or before September 30, 2013.