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September-December 2014 Schedule of Classes

September-December 2014 Schedule of Classes

September-December 2014 Schedule of Classes

Development Opportunities
Provided by the
Biometric Training Team
  Resources Management Section

To register for a class, please contact our office at biometric_training@leo.gov or 304-625-5279. Classes are open to current employees of federal, law enforcement, or criminal justice agencies with valid Originating Agency Numbers (ORI) on file with the FBI.

Advanced Comparison for Tenprint Examiners  

This two-day course, designed to enhance and enrich the skills of the fingerprint examiner, will focus on applying the ACE-V Methodology to more difficult comparisons and cover Level One, Two, and Three Ridgeology. The class will benefit employees preparing to take the IAI Tenprint Certification Test.

 



Face Comparison and Identification Training  

This three-day course is designed for individuals with at least monthly interaction with face comparisons through the use of an automated face recognition system or through laboratory analysis of photographic or video evidence. Students should be examiners with limited experience in face comparison and identification yet has a current or upcoming operational need.  (Note: Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop software is recommended).






Scientific Basics of Fingerprints—Classifying, Recording, and Comparing

This two and one half-day course is for anyone interested in a basic knowledge of fingerprints. Participants will learn the basic fingerprint pattern types and classification using the Henry System and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). The training will demonstrate proper procedures to effect an identification or exclusion and recording legible fingerprints.







Scientific Basics of Palmprints—Recording  

This one half-day course is for anyone interested in a basic knowledge of how to record/collect legible palmprints and complete friction ridge exemplars (formerly referred to as major case prints).





Understanding the FBI Identity History Summary—External Next General (NGI) Identification Response

This one-day course provides an understanding of the FBI Identity History Summary (IdHS), including the fields on the record and the codes and the abbreviations the FBI uses to enter data.  Information also covered includes the importance of the IdHS to both criminal and civil applicant agencies, and the importance of submitting dispositions to complete the record the FBI maintains. (Note: This course is NOT “Understanding the NCIC Record” but certain aspects of the NCIC record will be covered.)