This is a 3-credit course.
This course will address the principles of blood spatter creation, and bloodstain interpretation as it pertains to biological evidence and will include processes for the appropriate recording, collection and processing of bloodstains and blood spatter evidence.
Please review our recommended course order.
|Module 1||Bloodstain Pattern Analysis|
|Module 3||Motion and Directionality|
|Module 4||Impact Spatter and Altered Bloodstains|
|Module 5||Angle of Impact, Point of Convergence and Point of Origin|
|Module 6||Documentation and Evaluation of Bloodstain Patterns|
|Module 7||Detection of Blood|
|Module 8||Note Taking and Courtroom Testimony|
Principles of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: Theory and Practice
(Practical Aspects of Criminal & Forensic Investigations) May 26, 2005
by Stuart H. James (Author), Paul E. Kish (Author), T. Paulette Sutton (Author)
ISBN-10: 0849320143 Edition: 3rd
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