Law Enforcement Professional Development and Legal Investigation Programs 

Crime Scene Investigation Program

This fascinating course teaches you how to identify, collect and analyze evidence and use it to locate criminal perpetrators. Our Instructors will take you from the crime scene to the laboratory to the courtroom. You'll learn the step by step procedures for analyzing hair, fiber, fingerprints, chemicals and blood stains; testing for drugs and alcohol; examining DNA samples; and much more. You'll also learn how to use specialized forensic equipment, reconstruct a crime scene and prepare a lab report for presentation in court.

Our Partner in this program is an Accredited Member of the Distance Education and Training Council. The Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency, for distance learning schools. 

This is an actual photo of a shoot-out involving Officer Stan Cook of the Honolulu Police Department. On August 31, 1994 at 0835 Hrs he was involved in a shooting while conducting a "routine" traffic stop. The driver was on ICE and had a loaded AK47 in the vehicle. They exchanged fire of 20 rounds by the suspect and 18 rounds by Officer Cook. The suspect struck the officer 8 times and he returned fire hitting the suspect 15 times. Officer Cook was out of work for four months and underwent two surgeries.

    
The Institute 
Crime Scene Investigation
Professional Investigation
Corporate Investigation
Crime Prevention
     
  

LAW ENFORCEMENT

   
       
  

Program Director

Col. Andrew T. Adam von Rhedey, SEAG Central Europe

     
   
                  

    

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