Training

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Training

Wildlife Field Forensics: Advanced Training for Wildlife Crime Scene Investigators

Saturday, 23 January 2016 14:27

THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL SEMINAR WILL BE HELD AT THE DOUBLE ARROW LODGE IN SEELEY LAKE, MT 9-11 MAY 2017

A practical training seminar designed for state federal and tribal wildlife officers and investigators will again be presented 9-11 May 2017. The topics covered by a team of experienced field orientated presenters include: decomposition stage analysis for time of death estimates, forensic entomology basics and collection protocols, wildlife human attack investigation techniques, field firearms and ammunition examination techniques, field necropsy lecture presentation and demo, the basics of forensic DNA analysis and tissue collection protocols, tire track and footwear impression evidence collection, crime scene documentation plus evidence collection and handling (includes scene photography), relevant case histories (tentative), and location and availability of resources for forensic analysis. The seminar will be structured similarly to the highly acclaimed courses given in Montana each spring since 2007, as well those hosted by Denali National Park and Preserve, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Mojave National Preserve, Blue Ridge Parkway, Parks Canada/Vancouver Island University, and California Department of Fish and Game. The seminars include lecture and hands on field exercises, plus scenarios. Each attendee will receive 28 hours of POST certifiable credits.

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:Carleen Gonder ~ 406-793-7007 ~ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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