||Detectives and forensic investigators are frequently summoned to scenes of violence involving firearms.
These incidents, including homicides and officer-involved shootings, should be investigated to their
logical conclusion. That requires an understanding of the firearms related evidence at the scene, and
how to properly document it.
This two and one-half-day, Shooting Incident Documentation course teaches the student how to
properly interpret physical evidence, and to document the scene through note taking, diagramming,
and photography. Use of rods, lasers, and protractors will be covered, as will the use of mathematics in
determining bullet flight paths.
This Shooting Incident Documentation course is designed as an introduction to the 40-hour Shooting
Incident Reconstruction course, or as a standalone course for those students more concerned with
documenting scenes as opposed to reconstructing them
TO REGISTER: https://www.tritechtraining.com/upcoming-courses.html
||Madison Police Training Center
5702 Femrite Dr
Madison, WI 53718