Fundamentals of State Crime Laboratory Forensic Science Disciplines

Live date: 
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - 12:00pm

This course was recorded on January 17, 2014, and provides basic instruction on the principle forensic science disciplines at the State Crime Laboratory. Forensic scientists from the Laboratory describe the processes, procedures, and instruments they use to perform forensic testing. Additionally, instruction will be provided on the Laboratory’s new website, Forensic Advantage Program, and on the new case management system that has been implemented to improve turnaround times.

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Free Presentations Below (No CLE Credit)


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5.75 hours
CLE Value:
5.75 hrs
5.75 hrs

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2014 Fundamentals of State Crime Laboratory Forensic Science Disciplines on Demand
For questions regarding course details, please contact the program manager.

Faculty Coordinator

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Associate Director of Programs and Services, Public Defense Education
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