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Gaziano Forensic Consulting is proud to offer two forensic training courses to help students understand the science behind bloodstain pattern analysis and crime scene photography. These courses are a week long with no prerequisites required. In the future, we plan on adding additional classes.
Gaziano Forensic Consulting’s bloodstain pattern analysis course is the perfect way to learn about this fascinating field of study. Over one week, students will receive hands-on instruction from a bloodstain pattern expert. They will learn about the various bloodstain patterns and how to identify them. Participants will also learn the techniques used to document and analyze bloodstain evidence. By the end of the course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of bloodstain pattern analysis and its role in solving crimes. If you’re interested in a career in crime scene investigation, this course is an excellent way to get started.
Our crime scene photography course is designed to give participants the skills and knowledge they need to produce high-quality forensic evidence photos. A certified senior crime scene analyst delivers the course. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their new skills during multiple photography exercises. By the course’s end, students can confidently document crime scenes and produce photos that will stand up in court.
The hands-on forensic training in our courses is extensive. The bloodstain pattern analysis course has 15 exercises and subsets to complete. Seventeen(17) different practical exercises and subsets are part of the crime scene photography course. Lectures, discussions, activities, and other methods help attendees learn the materials.
In our courses, we use the most current methods and technologies. Our topics are relevant to real-world crime scene investigation rather than something found in a college theoretical textbook.
The instructor, John Calvin Gaziano, is a certified crime scene and bloodstain pattern analyst with the International Association for Identification. With over 27 years of law enforcement experience, he has 20 years of expertise developed in the crime scene investigation unit. During his career, he was promoted to sergeant and supervised the crime scene investigation unit. In addition to his certifications and experience, he obtained two master’s degrees, one in forensic science