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Specialized Forensic Science Training Program: Year-End Update and Planning for FY 2002 by Homeyer (Forensic Science Communications, July 2001)

Specialized Forensic Science Training Program: Year-End Update and Planning for FY 2002 by Homeyer (Forensic Science Communications, July 2001)

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July 2001 - Volume 3 - Number 3

Training Update

Specialized Forensic Science Training Program: Year-End Update and
Planning for FY 2002

Jane M. Homeyer
Unit Chief
Forensic Science Training Unit
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Quantico, Virginia


The FBI's Forensic Science Training Unit mailed a training summary to each participating law enforcement agency on July 16, 2001, that provides a status report of applications on file. The training summary includes the following:

  • Students from the agency who have received training during this fiscal year,

  • Students selected to attend the upcoming scheduled classes in the following list, and

  • Students on the waiting list.

Agency managers will have an opportunity to reallocate any slots that remain unused (i.e., on the waiting list).

The July 16 mailing also includes student surveys and host-site requirement forms that will be used to determine class locations and rosters for classes during FY 2002.

The following class schedule for year-end FY 2001 is for informational purposes, only. Please note that additional applications are not being accepted for these classes. Students selected for these classes will be (or have been) contacted individually.

Forensic Science Training Unit personnel will continue to schedule classes to satisfy the applications on file. Follow-up schedules will be published in Forensic Science Communications. Please continue to check each quarterly issue for class information.

Thank you for your patience. Unit personnel are striving to meet law enforcement agencies' training needs and the unit's virtual academy and distance learning goals.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need further information:

Y. Tracey Brent, 703-632-4629, ybrent@fbiacademy.edu
Jane Homeyer, 703-632-4630, jhomeyer@fbiacademy.edu
Susan Villhauer, 703-632-4622, svillhauer@aol.com
Rosetta Whalen, 703-632-4631, rwhalen@fbiacademy.edu

Arson

FST 101 Basic Arson Crime Scene Investigation
September 10–14, 2001

Bombing

EXP 101 Post-Blast Investigators
August 2001 (date to be determined)

Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis

FSR 102 Chromatographic Methods in Forensic Science
September 24–28, 2001

FSR 130 Infrared Spectrometry for Trace Analysis
September 10–14, 2001

MAT 101 Forensic Analysis of Paint and Polymers
September 24–28, 2001

Crime Scene

FST 137 Distance Learning: Forensic Evidence in Child Abuse Cases
Mailed June 11, 2001

FST 165 Distance Learning: Basic Crime Scene Management
Mailed June 11, 2001

DNA

DNA 164 Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Analysis by Capillary Electrophoresis
August 27–31, 2001

DNA 170 Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
July 23–August 3, 2001

Documents

DOC 105 Moot Court/Daubert Instruction for Questioned Document Examiners
July 16–20, 2001

Fingerprints

LFP 103 Administrative Advanced Latent Fingerprints
July 30–August 17, 2001

LFP 130 Distance Learning: Friction Ridge Examiner Training
Mailed June 11, 2001

Firearms Identification

FTU 111 Techniques in Firearms Identification
September 17–21, 2001

Forensic Support Topics

SPS 102 Forensic Facial Imaging
July 30–August 17, 2001

SPS 120 Polygraph Examinations
August 13–24, 2001

Photography

FST 142 Police Photography
July 9–20, 2001
August 6–17, 2001

FST 148 Forensic Photography
September 10–21, 2001

FST 160 Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography
August 20–31, 2001

Quality Assurance and Safety

FSR 155 Performing Effective Audits
July 24–27, 2001


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