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Forensics Training - Online

These online forensics courses were developed to meet the diverse needs and requests of the forensic science community. These activities provide quality education and training to practicing forensic scientists, public attorneys, and law enforcement officers across the country and abroad who have the desire to enhance their knowledge and skills in this rapidly evolving field.

The Forensic Science Academy for Professionals will be offering online courses in six-week blocks. Registration for each block will be open a month in advance and will continue through the first week of the course. Students will then have six weeks to successfully complete all requirements in order to receive a proof of completion.


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Certificate in Topics in Forensic Science: From Crime Scene to Courtroom

Required Classes (5)
Class Name

Overview This class provides students with a basic, introductory overview of crime scene investigation. Background information and techniques necessary to perform analyses will be included in the course. The course units will allow students to understand the steps taken in a crime scene investigation, from the initial walk-through to documentation and types of evidence encountered. The course content will be applied using two virtual crime scenes with activities. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: ?Determine what proper personal protective equipment is necessary ?Describe the necessary provisions at a crime scene ?Conduct an initial walk-through ?Properly photograph a crime scene ?Recognize potential sources of pattern evidence at a crime scene ?Recognize potential sources of biological, chemical, and trace evidence at a crime scene ?Compile a thorough overall crime scene report Course Structure and Schedule This is a non-credit course offering 3.82 ILUs. (What is ILU?) Average completion time for the course is 20 hours. The course cost is $175.00 per registration. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Crime Scene Safety Unit 3: Crime Scene Provisions Unit 4: Initial Assessment of the Crime Scene Unit 5: Documentation of the Crime Scene Unit 6: Evidence Search Methods Unit 7: Physical Evidence: Pattern Evidence Unit 8: Physical Evidence: Biological, Chemical, and Trace Evidence Unit 9: Final Assessment of the Crime Scene Unit 10: Reports and Forms Unit 11: Expert Witness Testimony Unit 12: Virtual Crime Scene Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions ? Are the virtual crime scenes required to pass this course? Answer: Yes, you must have access to the virtual crime scenes to pass this course. An 80% is required on the virtual crime scene 1 assessment and the virtual crime scene 2 documentation assignment. ? How do I view the virtual crime scenes? Answer: You must do the following: use Mozilla Firefox as your internet browser, turn off pop-up blockers, and install the necessary course plug-ins which can be found in the "Getting Started? button of the course on the page titled "eCampus Tutorial?. Click on the tab "Required Browser Plugins? and download the four listed programs. ? I cannot download programs on my work computer, what should I do? Answer: Use a computer where you will be allowed to download the required programs. Suggestions include personal or library computers. ? I have downloaded all requirements and am still having problems viewing the virtual crime scenes, what should I do? Answer: Contact the instructor of the course by email or phone. Computer Requirements ?Mozilla Firefox ?Adobe Acrobat Reader ?Quicktime ?Adobe Flash Player ?Java There are free software plug-ins available in the Getting Started area of the course. Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/ ?Forensic and Investigative Sciences Outreach: http://fsi.research.wvu.edu/, Contact: mailto:fsi@mail.wvu.edu ?Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus student)

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

37353 | $199

Crime Scene Investigation-Online - FAA-PD

9/4/17 - 10/16/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM (43 Session Total)
Kelly Ayers
N/A

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Register by Phone at (505) 277-0077 | M-F 8am-5pm Except UNM Holidays
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Overview Evidence Analysis: Beyond the Crime Scene discusses basic principles and procedures used in the forensic laboratory. It is designed to help the investigator or laboratory examiner understand instrumentation, standards and methods currently used, and the fundamental concepts of the laboratory environment, including the examination of evidence. The content not only addresses practices and methods, it also identifies the proper handling of evidence and precautions that should be utilized in the laboratory environment. After this introductory-level course, the student should understand the fundamentals of a forensic laboratory. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Describe the role of the examiner in the forensic laboratory. Discuss methods and procedures used in analyzing evidence, among various forensic disciplines Recognize the instrumentation and processing techniques used in the examination of evidence Define the importance of safety in the laboratory. Identify resources that help the examiner better understand forensic principles. Course Structure and Schedule This is a non-credit course offering 4.06 ILUs. (http://elearn.wvu.edu/cpe/ILUOverview.pdf) Average completion time for the course is 15 hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Laboratory Considerations Unit 3: Fingerprint Processing and Evaluation Unit 4: Trace Evidence Unit 5: Firearms and Ammunition Unit 6: Impression Evidence Unit 7: Arson and Explosives Unit 8: Biological Material Unit 9: Drugs and Toxicology Unit 10: Computer Forensics Unit 11: Questioned Documents Examination Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this course. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions Why was a correct answer on a quiz, marked incorrect? Answer: Quizzes are graded automatically by the computer. However each quiz will be reviewed by the instructor in order to double check the system. The instructor is able to update your grade if necessary. Do I have to respond to the discussion questions? Answer: Yes, all discussion questions for this course are required and are graded. Who do I contact if I'm having problems with the course? Answer: If you are having trouble with registration or accessing the online course, please call OIT at 304-293-4444. Make sure you state that you are a non-credit eCampus student. If the problem is related to the course material, please email the instructor who will respond to your email as soon as possible. Can I look at the material while taking the quiz? Answer: Yes, the quiz opens in a new window so you can review the course information. Computer Requirements Mozilla Firefox;; Adobe Acrobat Reader;; Quicktime;; Adobe Flash Player;; Java. There are free software plug-ins available in the Getting Started area of the course. Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

37366 | $150

Evidence Analysis: Beyond the Crime Scene - FAA-PD

9/4/17 - 10/16/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM (43 Session Total)
Kelly Ayers
N/A

Register Online for this Class
Register by Phone at (505) 277-0077 | M-F 8am-5pm Except UNM Holidays
More Ways to Register

Overview: This online course addresses expert testimony with an open mind towards broadening the perspective of how to be a scientist in the legal arena, as well as improving expert witness capabilities on the stand. Inevitably, there is a clash of professional cultures, and this course is intended to provide a broader perspective of the varying viewpoints. Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Describe the differences between an expert and lay witness. Discuss the difference between civil and criminal cases. Define discovery and depositions. Describe the different cultures of law enforcement officers, scientists, and lawyers. Describe how an expert witness should prepare for testimony. Discuss why laying the foundation of the expert's science is important. Describe how to prepare for cross-examination. Discuss how to respond to cross-examination. Describe the ethical issues and problems experts face. Describe unethical conduct. Course Structure and Schedule: Average completion time for the class is 15 hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents: Unit 1: Overview of Expert Testimony and Being an Expert Witness Unit 2: Attorneys and Scientists - A Natural Friction Unit 3: Preparation for Expert Witness Testimony Unit 4: Direct Examination Unit 5: Cross-Examination Unit 6: Important Cases for the Expert Witness Unit 7: Ethics. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions: Why is my answer marked wrong, when I know it is the correct answer? Answer: All quizzes are reviewed and manually graded by the instructor which can take up to 72 hours after the quiz is submitted. Keep in mind grading is not performed on weekends, holidays, or after close of business. The updated grade will appear in the 'my grades' tab in the course once it has been updated. Computer Requirements: Mozilla Firefox (recommended) or Internet Explorer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, QuickTime, Macromedia Flash Player, and Java (Free software plug-ins are available in the Getting Started area of the course.). Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/' . Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus stude. You will be receiving email with your online course access information within five working days. Please check your spam or junk folder in case the confirmation email was misplaced there. Course Reviews: I did enjoy both classes that I signed up for - Perspectives in Expert Testimony and Principles of Death Investigation. Upon completion of the courses I emailed both Kelly Ayers and Samantha Neal to thank them for their enthusiasm, insight, and comprehensive coverage of the subject matter. In most areas of Law Enforcement a person with my years of service (30 years) is considered a 'dinosaur or relic' and past the point of being interested or teachable in most if not all matters concerning the various aspects of Law Enforcement. While this belief has certainly been true with me as of late, I feel I owe a debt of gratitude to both Kelly Ayers and Samantha Neal as well as to WVU for providing courses related to my current assignment and for re-kindling my interest. I found both courses informative and challenging, and I believe that I took away valuable information that will be of use to me as I continue on the path that I started on three decades ago. While participating in both courses I realized that for the first time in 2-4 years that I will miss my job when I'm forced to retire in a little over 15 months. I again want to thank all involved for reaffirming that the career choice I made so many years ago, was the right one.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

37379 | $199

Perspectives in Expert Testimony - FAA-PD

11/6/17 - 12/18/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM (1 Session Total)
Kelly Ayers
N/A

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Register by Phone at (505) 277-0077 | M-F 8am-5pm Except UNM Holidays
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Overview Forensic science is the science of linking people, places and things that are involved in criminal activity. The goal of this online course is to provide the student with a basic, introductory overview of forensic science. The student will learn the fundamentals of the different disciplines that encompass the field of forensics. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: –Define forensic science. –List disciplines within forensic science. –Describe the procedures of crime scene investigation. –Discuss the importance of safety procedures and evidence handling at the crime scene and/or at the laboratory. –Describe the different types of physical evidence and pattern evidence. –Describe the different types, parts, and forensic applications of the microscope. –Discuss the processes of chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques. –List and recognize the different fingerprint pattern types and characteristics. –Define forensic chemistry and the disciplines within that section. –Define forensic biology and the disciplines within that section. –Define trace evidence and discuss the different types of trace evidence. –Discuss the role of forensic expert witnesses, the rules of evidence, and the importance of Frye and Daubert court cases. –Describe quality assurance and know its importance. Course Structure and Schedule This is a non-credit course offering 5.40 ILUs. (What is ILU?) Average completion time for the course is 40 hours. The course cost is $199.00 per registration. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Crime Scene Investigation Unit 3: Basics of Evidence Unit 4: Microscopy Unit 5: Spectroscopic Techniques and Separation Methods Unit 6: Pattern Evidence Unit 7: Friction Ridge Examination Unit 8: Forensic Chemistry Unit 9: Forensic Biology Unit 10: Trace Evidence Unit 11: Other Areas of Forensic Science Unit 12: Science and Law Unit 13: Forensic Laboratory Quality Assurance Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions – Why is my answer marked wrong, when I know it is the correct answer? Answer: All quizzes are reviewed and manually graded by the instructor which can take up to 72 hours after the quiz is submitted. Keep in mind grading is not performed on weekends, holidays, or after close of business. The updated grade will appear in the "my grades۝ tab in the course once it has been updated. – Are discussion posts required? Answer: Yes, all the discussion posts in this course are required. Computer Requirements –Mozilla Firefox –Adobe Acrobat Reader –Quicktime –Adobe Flash Player –Java There are free software plug-ins available in the Getting Started area of the course. Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/ –Forensic and Investigative Sciences Outreach: http://fsi.research.wvu.edu/, Contact: mailto:fsi@mail.wvu.edu –Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus student) –Continuing and Professional Education: http://continuinged.wvu.edu, Contact: mailto:WVUEnrich@mail.wvu.edu

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

37355 | TBA

Forensic Science 101: An Introduction-Online

TBA

This class will be scheduled on a future date. Please check with the Career Training Program Supervisor for more information.
Register by Phone at (505) 277-0077 | M-F 8am-5pm Except UNM Holidays
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Overview: This course serves as an introduction to the relationships between attorneys, scientific experts, and law enforcement from the time of the initial investigation to the courtroom. The student will be exposed to the various types of forensic experts and the differences between civil and criminal trial preparations. This course will offer insight to how the multiple players in science and law work together for a common goal. Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Describe different investigative regions and investigator roles. Define the basics of ethnomethodology and how it relates to forensic investigations. Describe the relationship between science, law, and law enforcement. Describe the differences between forensic experts. Define the Rules of Evidence. Describe the differences between criminal and civil. Course Structure and Completion: Average completion time for the course is 16 hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents: Unit 1: Investigative Regions Unit 2: Investigator Roles and Informational Control Unit 3: Team Formation and Organization Unit 4: Ethnomethodology and Forensic Investigations Unit 5: Professional Vision Unit 6: Jurisdictions of Knowledge Unit 7: Divisions of Labor Unit 8: Relations between the Institutions of Science and Law Unit 9: Forensic Experts and the Rules of Evidence Unit 10: Mistakes at Work and the Pecking Order of Forensic Investigations Unit 11: Historic Roles and Moral Dilemmas Unit 12: Preparing Cases: Criminal vs. Civil. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Computer Requirements: Mozilla Firefox (recommended) or Internet Explorer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, QuickTime, Macromedia Flash Player,and Java (Free software plug-ins are available in the Getting Started area of the course.). Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/'. Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus studen. You will be receiving email with your online course access information within five working days. Please check your spam or junk folder in case the confirmation email was misplaced there.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

37380 | TBA

Roles in Forensic Science: The Sociological Perspective - Online

TBA

This class will be scheduled on a future date. Please check with the Career Training Program Supervisor for more information.
Register by Phone at (505) 277-0077 | M-F 8am-5pm Except UNM Holidays
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Forensics - Upcoming Classes

Class Name

Overview This class provides students with a basic, introductory overview of crime scene investigation. Background information and techniques necessary to perform analyses will be included in the course. The course units will allow students to understand the steps taken in a crime scene investigation, from the initial walk-through to documentation and types of evidence encountered. The course content will be applied using two virtual crime scenes with activities. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: ?Determine what proper personal protective equipment is necessary ?Describe the necessary provisions at a crime scene ?Conduct an initial walk-through ?Properly photograph a crime scene ?Recognize potential sources of pattern evidence at a crime scene ?Recognize potential sources of biological, chemical, and trace evidence at a crime scene ?Compile a thorough overall crime scene report Course Structure and Schedule This is a non-credit course offering 3.82 ILUs. (What is ILU?) Average completion time for the course is 20 hours. The course cost is $175.00 per registration. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Crime Scene Safety Unit 3: Crime Scene Provisions Unit 4: Initial Assessment of the Crime Scene Unit 5: Documentation of the Crime Scene Unit 6: Evidence Search Methods Unit 7: Physical Evidence: Pattern Evidence Unit 8: Physical Evidence: Biological, Chemical, and Trace Evidence Unit 9: Final Assessment of the Crime Scene Unit 10: Reports and Forms Unit 11: Expert Witness Testimony Unit 12: Virtual Crime Scene Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions ? Are the virtual crime scenes required to pass this course? Answer: Yes, you must have access to the virtual crime scenes to pass this course. An 80% is required on the virtual crime scene 1 assessment and the virtual crime scene 2 documentation assignment. ? How do I view the virtual crime scenes? Answer: You must do the following: use Mozilla Firefox as your internet browser, turn off pop-up blockers, and install the necessary course plug-ins which can be found in the "Getting Started? button of the course on the page titled "eCampus Tutorial?. Click on the tab "Required Browser Plugins? and download the four listed programs. ? I cannot download programs on my work computer, what should I do? Answer: Use a computer where you will be allowed to download the required programs. Suggestions include personal or library computers. ? I have downloaded all requirements and am still having problems viewing the virtual crime scenes, what should I do? Answer: Contact the instructor of the course by email or phone. Computer Requirements ?Mozilla Firefox ?Adobe Acrobat Reader ?Quicktime ?Adobe Flash Player ?Java There are free software plug-ins available in the Getting Started area of the course. Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/ ?Forensic and Investigative Sciences Outreach: http://fsi.research.wvu.edu/, Contact: mailto:fsi@mail.wvu.edu ?Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus student)

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section FAA-PD

37353
$199
9/4/17 - 10/16/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Kelly Ayers
N/A

Register Online for this Class

Overview Evidence Analysis: Beyond the Crime Scene discusses basic principles and procedures used in the forensic laboratory. It is designed to help the investigator or laboratory examiner understand instrumentation, standards and methods currently used, and the fundamental concepts of the laboratory environment, including the examination of evidence. The content not only addresses practices and methods, it also identifies the proper handling of evidence and precautions that should be utilized in the laboratory environment. After this introductory-level course, the student should understand the fundamentals of a forensic laboratory. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Describe the role of the examiner in the forensic laboratory. Discuss methods and procedures used in analyzing evidence, among various forensic disciplines Recognize the instrumentation and processing techniques used in the examination of evidence Define the importance of safety in the laboratory. Identify resources that help the examiner better understand forensic principles. Course Structure and Schedule This is a non-credit course offering 4.06 ILUs. (http://elearn.wvu.edu/cpe/ILUOverview.pdf) Average completion time for the course is 15 hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Laboratory Considerations Unit 3: Fingerprint Processing and Evaluation Unit 4: Trace Evidence Unit 5: Firearms and Ammunition Unit 6: Impression Evidence Unit 7: Arson and Explosives Unit 8: Biological Material Unit 9: Drugs and Toxicology Unit 10: Computer Forensics Unit 11: Questioned Documents Examination Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this course. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions Why was a correct answer on a quiz, marked incorrect? Answer: Quizzes are graded automatically by the computer. However each quiz will be reviewed by the instructor in order to double check the system. The instructor is able to update your grade if necessary. Do I have to respond to the discussion questions? Answer: Yes, all discussion questions for this course are required and are graded. Who do I contact if I'm having problems with the course? Answer: If you are having trouble with registration or accessing the online course, please call OIT at 304-293-4444. Make sure you state that you are a non-credit eCampus student. If the problem is related to the course material, please email the instructor who will respond to your email as soon as possible. Can I look at the material while taking the quiz? Answer: Yes, the quiz opens in a new window so you can review the course information. Computer Requirements Mozilla Firefox;; Adobe Acrobat Reader;; Quicktime;; Adobe Flash Player;; Java. There are free software plug-ins available in the Getting Started area of the course. Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section FAA-PD

37366
$150
9/4/17 - 10/16/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Kelly Ayers
N/A

Register Online for this Class

Overview: This online course addresses expert testimony with an open mind towards broadening the perspective of how to be a scientist in the legal arena, as well as improving expert witness capabilities on the stand. Inevitably, there is a clash of professional cultures, and this course is intended to provide a broader perspective of the varying viewpoints. Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Describe the differences between an expert and lay witness. Discuss the difference between civil and criminal cases. Define discovery and depositions. Describe the different cultures of law enforcement officers, scientists, and lawyers. Describe how an expert witness should prepare for testimony. Discuss why laying the foundation of the expert's science is important. Describe how to prepare for cross-examination. Discuss how to respond to cross-examination. Describe the ethical issues and problems experts face. Describe unethical conduct. Course Structure and Schedule: Average completion time for the class is 15 hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to students successfully meeting course requirements. Table of Contents: Unit 1: Overview of Expert Testimony and Being an Expert Witness Unit 2: Attorneys and Scientists - A Natural Friction Unit 3: Preparation for Expert Witness Testimony Unit 4: Direct Examination Unit 5: Cross-Examination Unit 6: Important Cases for the Expert Witness Unit 7: Ethics. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this class. A printable version of the course content is available in PDF format in the course library for future reference. Course readings are also available in PDF format. Frequently Asked Questions: Why is my answer marked wrong, when I know it is the correct answer? Answer: All quizzes are reviewed and manually graded by the instructor which can take up to 72 hours after the quiz is submitted. Keep in mind grading is not performed on weekends, holidays, or after close of business. The updated grade will appear in the 'my grades' tab in the course once it has been updated. Computer Requirements: Mozilla Firefox (recommended) or Internet Explorer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, QuickTime, Macromedia Flash Player, and Java (Free software plug-ins are available in the Getting Started area of the course.). Basic computer skills required (i.e. turning on your computer, navigating to websites, etc.). The course is user-friendly but support is available if needed. All Students: Using Internet Explorer (IE) 10? Read info on eCampus Main Page https://ecampus.wvu.edu/' . Technical Assistance: 304-293-4444 (non-credit eCampus stude. You will be receiving email with your online course access information within five working days. Please check your spam or junk folder in case the confirmation email was misplaced there. Course Reviews: I did enjoy both classes that I signed up for - Perspectives in Expert Testimony and Principles of Death Investigation. Upon completion of the courses I emailed both Kelly Ayers and Samantha Neal to thank them for their enthusiasm, insight, and comprehensive coverage of the subject matter. In most areas of Law Enforcement a person with my years of service (30 years) is considered a 'dinosaur or relic' and past the point of being interested or teachable in most if not all matters concerning the various aspects of Law Enforcement. While this belief has certainly been true with me as of late, I feel I owe a debt of gratitude to both Kelly Ayers and Samantha Neal as well as to WVU for providing courses related to my current assignment and for re-kindling my interest. I found both courses informative and challenging, and I believe that I took away valuable information that will be of use to me as I continue on the path that I started on three decades ago. While participating in both courses I realized that for the first time in 2-4 years that I will miss my job when I'm forced to retire in a little over 15 months. I again want to thank all involved for reaffirming that the career choice I made so many years ago, was the right one.

Note: UNM Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development.

Section FAA-PD

37379
$199
11/6/17 - 12/18/17
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Kelly Ayers
N/A

Register Online for this Class

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