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Forensic Death Investigation: from Scene to Autopsy

Forensic Death Investigation: from Scene to Autopsy

SKU: FDI100
$650.00

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When an equivocal (questionable) - or unattended death occurs, what steps must be taken to properly and unequivocally determine a Manner and Cause of death? To what level should the relationship between detective/CSI and medical examiner be developed? What processes and knowledge will provide the detective, medical examiner, and prosecutor the best opportunity to resolve or solve a death investigation?

Of the 2.4 million deaths annually in the United States, 20% require investigation by a coroner or Medical Examiner. This course provides the necessary knowledge to assist in resolving even the most complex death investigations. Attendees are exposed to the various manners of death, what evidence is key to both the investigation at the scene as well as to the Medical Examiner, and how the Medical Examiner’s / Coroner’s office, detectives, CSI, and other law enforcement personnel can work together to resolve these cases. Attendees are exposed to fundamental concepts reinforced through case studies and practical hands-on activities.

With over 240,000 unsolved murder cases sitting idle as cold cases across the United States, this course is a must-have for all detectives, prosecutors, medical examiners, and crime scene personnel, who strive to avoid adding another unresolved investigation to the cold case pile.