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Physiological Specimen/DNA Collection

The most frequent forms of DNA found at the crime scene are: blood, semen, hair, saliva, skin cells, mucous, perspiration, urine, fingernails, etc. Sirchie offers a full line of products to facilitate the proper collection and preservation of physiological specimens.

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Available Training

  • Bloodstain Pattern Documentation Class

    1 DATE AVAILABLE
    Throughout the United States and certainly in smaller departments, the crime scene technician faces the complexities of homicide scenes without the proper support or training. Like all forensi...
  • Arson: Documentation and Evidence Collection

    1 DATE AVAILABLE
    When is fire not an accident? To determine this, the fire scene must be treated as a crime scene. In this course, students will learn how to properly document the scene as well as identify and coll...