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Sirchie's Education and Training Division offers hands-on training courses for the global law enforcement community at our dedicated training facilities or through host departments

Give yourself and your team the opportunity to build your skills with Sirchie training.  Sirchie has a long history of providing hands-on training experiences for law enforcement around the globe,  training thousands of law enforcement professionals on proper techniques and providing opportunities for hands-on experience working with crime scene investigation and forensic tools.

Sirchie is committed to delivering a world-class training experience through multiple channels including classes held at our brand new training center at Sirchie corporate headquarters in Youngsville, North Carolina (opened April 2014):


Sirchie also conducts training classes at host departments throughout the US and around the world.  Please contact our Training Department at (800) 356-7311 or training@sirchie.com if you are interested in hosting Sirchie training at your facility
 
Webinars delivered over the internet and available on demand to registrants, contact your account representative or our marketing department at marketing@sirchie.com if you would like to sign up for our email announcements for webinars.
 
The Sirchie blog where we have a myriad of educational topics available at www.sirchie.com/blog

 

Available Training

  • Footwear Impression - Detection, Recovery, Identification Training

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Footwear impression evidence is the most overlooked evidence at crime scenes. Criminals will often wear gloves or wipe down objects that they touch at crime scenes but rarely do they remove their s...
  • Evidence Collection Accelerated Training

    8 DATES AVAILABLE
    2015 Dr Jeffrey Farkas Scholarship Details and 2015 Robert Ethan Jensen Memorial Scholarship Details Over the past 50 years, Sirchie has trained thousands of law enforcement professionals from aro...
  • Comprehensive Crime Scene Photography

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Crime scene photography remains one of the most important aspects of any criminal investigation. Whereas notes and sketches document items of interest that the investigator recognizes and records, ...
  • Basic Latent Fingerprint Comparison Class

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Minimum Requirements for the class: Each student must have attended and completed the Introduction to the Science of Fingerprints Course to be accepted in the Basic Latent Print Course. You n...
  • Comprehensive Advanced Latent Print Comparison Course

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    How proficient are your individual comparison skills as pertaining to latent print casework? Are erroneous exclusions a problem in your skill set? If you are a manager are erroneous exclusions a pr...
  • Forensic Firearm and Toolmark Identification and Shooting Reconstruction

    1 DATE AVAILABLE
    This advanced course/seminar will introduce the students to the methods used by firearm and toolmark examiners in the examination of large caliber fired bullets such as .45 caliber, vario...
  • Footwear Impression - Examination, Comparison, Identification Training

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Minimum Requirements: Must have completed the Phase 1 – Sirchie Footwear Impression Course, a basic Detection, Documentation, Collection and Preservation of Track Evidence Course or any Crime...
  • Advanced Latent Ridgeology Class

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Minimum Requirements:  Each student must have attended and completed a Basic Latent Print Comparison Course to be accepted in the Advanced Ridgeology Course.  YOU NEED TO ...
  • Mastering the IAI Latent Print Exam Class

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Minimum requirements for the class: Each student must have at least 1 year of Latent print experience to be accepted in the class.  Background: Examiners who are preparing to take the L...
  • Latent Palm Print Comparison Class

    2 DATES AVAILABLE
    Minimum Requirements for the class: Each student must have attended and completed a Basic Latent Fingerprint Comparison Course to be accepted in the Advanced Latent Palm Print Comparison Cou...
  • Introduction to the Science of Fingerprints Class

    1 DATE AVAILABLE
    You need to attend this program if... You want to learn the skills necessary to become a fingerprint technician You want to recognize and properly classify the eight fingerprint patterns You...
  • 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...