March 24-28, 2014 - Bloodstain Pattern Analysis on Fabrics Workshop

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis on Fabrics Workshop

Dates: March 24-28, 2014
Northeast Forensic Training Center, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Instructors: Mark Reynolds, PhD. and Ted Silenieks


This advanced level course is designed for practitioners who routinely
examine bloodstained fabrics and other textiles and are required to
assess, interpret and report on bloodstain patterns as part of those
examinations. The course builds upon fundamental knowledge of the
forensic discipline of BPA and is designed to facilitate an improved
level of examination, interpretation and reporting with respect to those
bloodstain patterns.  Subject content will review the underpinning
principles of BPA, and apply these principles to the analysis and
interpretation of bloodstains on fabrics and other textiles. The primary
focus of the course is to develop those skills required for the
examination of bloodstain patterns found on clothing items commonly
encountered in an investigation.
Prior completion of a 40 hour basic workshop in Bloodstain Pattern
Analysis is required for admittance into this course.
 
For more information, follow this link to a more detailed class
description
, or,
contact LeeAnn Singley or Andy Kehm:

LeeAnn Singley
Grayson Singley Associates, LLC
717-554-3739
lsingleygsa@msn.com

Andy Kehm, Program Director
Northeast Forensic Training Center
484-201-1054
akehm@northampton.edu