3 Day Bloodstain Pattern Documentation and Analysis Course
This 3-day workshop is designed for police officers, detectives, crime scene investigators, and criminalists who process, document, recover and preserve blood at crime scenes. Inexperienced officers and seasoned investigators alike will expand their abilities using the concepts and methods taught in this class. All information in this course is taught in accordance with standards set forth by the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (IABPA), SWGSTAIN, and the International Association for Identification (IAI) certification reference materials.
Course topics include
- Scene Documentation
- Concepts of Blood Drop Flight
- Recovery of Latent Blood
- Chemical Tests
- Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Students will benefit from lectures, case examples and several hands-on exercises. The practical exercises will expose students to modern methods used in the recovery and documentation of blood at crime scenes with an overview of bloodstain pattern analysis.
DATE July 17-19, 2013
LOCATION New Hampshire Technical Institute
31 College Drive Concord, NH
TIMES 8:30AM - 4:30PM
DEADLINE June 17, 2013
About the Instructor: Kimberly Rumrill
Kim Rumrill is a criminalist at the NH State Police Forensic Laboratory where she performs serological and DNA analyses on evidence collected from crime scenes. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology and a masters degree in Forensic Science. Kim has attended several advanced trainings on bloodstain pattern analysis including courses taught by Tom Bevel, Paul Kish, Dr. Mike Taylor (Institute of Environmental Science and Research) and Dr. Mark Jeremy of the Netherlands. Kim has been processing crime scenes for bloodstain patterns since 2000.