Body fluid evidence is relevant in a large proportion of criminal cases. The body fluids examiner has a range of techniques at their disposal to enable identification and to document the location and distribution of body fluids on an exhibit. This course provides a thorough background in body fluid characteristics and the application of a variety of search and testing techniques.
Taught by practicing forensic scientists.
LEVEL:Short Course / CPD
STUDY MODE: Full time
DELIVERY METHOD: Campus
COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days
SCHOOL: School of Forensic and Applied Sciences
PARTNER COLLEGES: Delivered at West Lancashire College
START DATE: No set date
Relevant operational experience.
This course provides an overview. It explains the biological characteristics of body fluids and covers the search and identification techniques used in the recovery of body fluid stains including chemical testing, microscopy and lighting conditions.
The course also examines techniques for sampling and preparation for DNA profiling. This course is largely classroom based, with some laboratory demonstrations.
By the end of the course, it is anticipated that delegates will have an understanding of the mechanism of body fluid tests, their application in conjunction with searching techniques and their limitations. Delegates will be equipped to apply the appropriate techniques to sample body fluid stains and prepare these for DNA profiling. Delegates will also have a basic awareness of distribution issues and the requirement for BPA interpretation.
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