FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program

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FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program


Einseln, Anja, Forensic Science Communications


The FBI Laboratory will provide the following courses for fiscal year 2006 (October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006).

October 17-28, 2005

Police Photography

October 31-November 4, 2005

Forensic Infrared Spectrometry

November 14-18, 2005

Toolmark Identification

November 28-December 9, 2005

Latent Print Photography

December 5-9, 2005

Forensic Analysis of Paint

December 5-9, 2005

Chromatographic Methods in Forensic Science

December 5-16, 2005

Forensic Photography I

December 5-9, 2005

Latent Print Daubert Issues

December 5-6, 2005

DNA Auditor Class

January 9-13, 2006

ASCLD/LAB International Assessor Training

January 9-20, 2006

Forensic Photography I

January 9-20, 2006

Latent Print Photography

January 23-February 3, 2006

Forensic Photography II

January 23-February 10, 2006

Forensic Facial Imaging

February 6-17, 2006

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

February 13-17, 2006

Science of Firearm-Toolmarks

Identification

February 13-17, 2006

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation, and

Reconstruction

March 5-10, 2006

Laboratory Analysis of Fire Debris

March 6-17, 2006

Latent Print Photography

March 13-17, 2006

Forensic Infrared Spectrometry

March 13-17, 2006

ASCLD/LAB International Assessor Training

March 13-24, 2006

Introduction to Hairs and Fibers

March 20-24, 2006

Post Blast Instructors Course

March 20-31, 2006

Advanced Digital Imaging

March 20-31, 2006

Police Photography

April 3-7, 2006

Fundamentals of Handwriting Examinations

April 3-14, 2006

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

April 10-14, 2006

Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction

April 10-14, 2006

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation, and

Reconstruction

April 17-21, 2006

Forensic Mass Spectrometry

April 24-28, 2006

Science of Firearm-Toolmarks Identification

April 24-28, 2006

Performing Effective Audits

May 1-5, 2006

Instrumental Analysis of Explosives

May 1-5, 2006

Examination of Footwear Impression Evidence

May 8-19, 2006

Latent Print Photography

May 8-19, 2006

Police Photography

May 9-10, 2006

DNA Auditor Class

May 15-19, 2006

Post Blast Investigators Course

May 15-19, 2006

Examination of Footwear Impression Evidence

May 15-19, 2006

Toolmark Identification

June 5-9, 2006

Forensic Analysis of Pressure-Sensitive Tape

June 5-16, 2006

Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis

June 12-16, 2006

Latent Print Daubert Issues

June 12-23, 2006

Latent Print Photography

June 19-30, 2006

Police Photography

July 17-21, 2006

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation, and

Reconstruction

July 17-28, 2006

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

July 24-August 4, 2006

Police Photography

July 24-August 11, 2006

Forensic Facial Imaging

July 31-August 3, 2006

GSR Symposium

August 14-18, 2006

Post Blast Investigators Course

August 14-25, 2006

Latent Print Photography

August 21-September 1, 2006

Police Photography

September 11-15, 2006

Chromatographic Methods in Forensic

Science

September 11-22, 2006

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary

Photography

September 18-22, 2006

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation, and

Reconstruction

Courses are open only to law enforcement and public crime laboratory

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