3 Day Workshop
The successful completion of a any type investigation will usually require the appropriate application of incident scene documentation techniques. Photography is the most beneficial tool an investigator has that allows others to understand what has happened at the scene.
This workshop is designed to develop the forensic photography and scene documentation skills of the incident scene investigator. It presents detailed instruction in fundamental photographic principles and exposure to useful photographic accessories. The approach to, and basic techniques used in documenting crime and other incident scenes are introduced.
This workshop that is well suited for the investigator who has no or limited familiarity with photography equipment and would like to further enhance their skills. It is an excellent program for novice crime scene investigators and forensic personnel. Students work through a number of practical exercises and receive immediate feedback from instructors.
As with all of our programs that involve photography, we have the students photos printed and returned to them while they are still participating in the workshop. This provides us with the best opportunity to evaluate their work and help them correct any problems. It also provides the student with permanent reference materials that they can use in the field.
Areas of instruction include:
Attendees will need to bring a camera (digital SLR preferred, tripod and off-camera flash.
You can see examples of our student's crime scene photography and evidence photography work by visiting the Student Portfolio.
P.O. Box 1532 Arlington Heights, IL 60006 | Phone: 847.804.8420 | Fax: 847.439.7442
Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board Provider #5000-56
U.S. Government Registered Contractor DUNS# 090683520
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