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Basic Latent Fingerprint Comparison (North Las Vegas, NV) Jan, 14-18, 2019 New

Basic Latent Fingerprint Comparison (North Las Vegas, NV) Jan, 14-18, 2019

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Sirchie 36 Hour Basic Latent Print Comparison Course

Dates: Jan. 14-18, 2019

Location: North Las Vegas PD, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd., North #522, North Las Vegas, NV 89030

Students should have a basic understanding of fingerprint science (patterns and methodology) prior to attending this course.

You need to attend this program if...

  • You are a latent print AFIS operator desiring to improve your latent print comparison skills.
  • You are a beginning latent print examiner seeking formal training in latent print comparison and identification.
  • You would like to receive training with case work quality latent prints for a real-life comparison experience
  • You would like to learn valuable latent print comparison techniques to enhance your skills.

The latent print practical exercises are designed to provide a real-life case work type training experience. This class is designed to provide an enjoyable learning environment and will at no time be an embarrassment to any student. If you are serious about improving your comparison skills, this class will prove both challenging and rewarding to you. Combining lecture and latent print practical exercises, the emphasis in this course is placed on print orientation to improve each student’s comparison skills. Exercises are designed to provide the student with real life case work training experience.

 

Curriculum

  • The ACE-V methodology of fingerprint comparison and identification & its relationship to scientific method
  • Level 1, level 2, and level 3 detail in latent print comparisons
  • Latent print orientation and comparison search clues
  • Fingerprint pattern interpretation and their uses in the comparison of latent fingerprints
  • Palm print orientation and palm print search clues in latent print comparisons
  • Daubert and post Brandon Mayfield issues

 

Instructor Profile

Johnny Leonard is a retired Deputy Director of the City-County Bureau of Identification in Raleigh,NC and is both an I.A.I. Certified Latent Print Examiner and Footwear Examiner. He has also worked for the FBI and the NC State Bureau of Investigation. He has been a latent fingerprint examiner for the past 35 years and has over 46 years of fingerprint experience. During the past 39 years he has instructed over 150 classes and trained more than 1500 students in the science of fingerprints.

  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Hr 1 Registration/Introduction  Practical Exercise Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise 
Hr 2 Scientific Basis for Friction Ridge Identification  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise
Hr 3 Scientific Basis for Friction Ridge Identifcation Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise 
Hr 4  Key Fingerprint Researchers & Pioneers  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Course Review 
Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch  Lunch  Lunch
Hr 5  ACE-V The Scientific Methodology  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  
Hr 6  Analysis Exercise Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise   
Hr 7  Analysis Exercise Practical Exercise Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise   
 Hr 8 The Role of AFIS in Latent Print Examination  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise  Practical Exercise