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Short Communications - Forensic Science Communications - October 2006

Short Communications - Forensic Science Communications - October 2006

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October 2006 - Volume 8 - Number 4

Short Communication

FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program

Cynthia Van Landingham
Training Liaison
Quality Assurance and Training Unit
FBI Laboratory
Quantico, Virginia

The FBI Laboratory will provide the following courses for fiscal year 2007
(October 1, 2006–September 30, 2007).

October 16–20, 2006

Toolmark Microscopy Training
Road School

October 23–November 3, 2006

Police Photography

November 27–December 1, 2006

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation, and Reconstruction*

December 4–8, 2006

Forensic Analysis of Paint

December 4–8, 2006

Latent Print Examinations—Preparing for a Daubert Hearing*

December 4–15, 2006

Forensic Photography

December 4–15, 2006

Latent Print Photography

January 3–4, 2007

DNA Auditor Training

January 8–19, 2007

Forensic Photography II

January 22–26, 2007

Gunshot Residue Road School

January 22–February 2, 2007

Forensic Photography III

January 22–February 9, 2007

Forensic Facial Imaging

January 29–February 2, 2007

Assessor Training for Forensic Accreditation

February 5–16, 2007

Latent Print Photography

February 26–March 2, 2007

Science of Firearm-Toolmarks Identification

February 26–March 9, 2007

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

March 5–9, 2007

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation,
and Reconstruction*

March 12–16, 2007

Assessor Training for Forensic Accreditation

March 12–16, 2007

Introduction to the Forensic Analysis of
Glass

March 12–16, 2007

Laboratory Analysis of Fire Debris

March 19–23, 2007

Post-Blast Investigators Course

March 19–30, 2007

Introduction to Hairs and Fibers

March 19–30, 2007

Police Photography

March 26–30, 2007

Forensic Infrared Spectrometry for Trace Analysis

April 16–20, 2007

Fundamentals of Handwriting Examinations

April 16–27, 2007

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

April 17–19, 2007

Terrorist Codes and Ciphers

April 23–27, 2007

Forensic Mass Spectrometry

April 23–27, 2007

Performing Effective Audits

May 1–3, 2007

Criminal Cryptanalysis

May 7–11, 2007

Examination of Footwear Impression Evidence*

May 7–18, 2007

Latent Print Photography

May 14–18, 2007

Bullet Trajectory Road School

May 14–18, 2007

Toolmark Microscopy Identification

June 4–8, 2007

Forensic Analysis of Pressure-Sensitive Tapes

June 4–8, 2007

Trace Evidence Symposium

June 4–15, 2007

Digital Imaging of Evidentiary Photography

June 5–8, 2007

Racketeering Records

June 11–15, 2007

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation,
and Reconstruction*

June 18–29, 2007

Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis

July 16–27, 2007

Advanced Digital Imaging

July 16–August 3, 2007

Forensic Facial Imaging

July 23–August 3, 2007

Police Photography

August 6–17, 2007

Latent Print Photography

August 15–16, 2007

DNA Auditor Training

September 10–14, 2007

Crime Scene Survey, Documentation,  
and Reconstruction*

September 10–21, 2007

Police Photography

Courses are open only to law enforcement and public crime laboratory personnel. Interested applicants are directed to complete the registration form and fax it to the number provided on the form. Course descriptions may be obtained by accessing the Virtual Academy or by sending an
e-mail request to Cynthia.vanlandingham@ic.fbi.gov. The FBI Virtual Academy allows students to register online, but applications must also be faxed to Ms. Van Landingham at 703-632-8285 in order to be considered for these classes.

There is no charge for FBI Laboratory training. The FBI pays for all travel expenses (lodging, meals, and transportation to and from the training location) for domestic students and lodging and meals (airfare not included) for international students.

Students will be notified 30 days prior to the course if they have been accepted.

*The Marshall University Forensic Science Center is providing funding for these courses. See http://forensics.marshall.edu to learn more about the Forensic Science Center.