Managing Quality and Reliability in the Crime Laboratory: A Lawyer’s Perspective

$89.00

“This training is designed for legal professionals who scrutinize and/or present scientific evidence in courts of law. The course provides information about the history, purpose and responsibilities of crime laboratories and the best practices to interact with these laboratories as a legal professional. It is suggested, but not required, that users have taken the course “An Introduction to the Crime Laboratory – Understanding its Role and Purpose” before attempting this course.

By the end of this course, you should be able to:
• Evaluate the work of a scientific expert
• Name the two types of scientific analyses
• Name the international body that governs crime laboratory accreditation
• Recognize authoritative documents and court rulings critical to forensic science
• List five warning signs signaling problems in a crime laboratory”

Course Type: On-Demand Presentation
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
Performance Requirement: None, however a post-course quiz is required to assess the user’s knowledge.
Course Accreditation: Please see this page for the status of CLEs in your state: https://www.forensiced.org/training/clestates.cfm?cid=1128152745

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“This training is designed for legal professionals who scrutinize and/or present scientific evidence in courts of law. The course provides information about the history, purpose and responsibilities of crime laboratories and the best practices to interact with these laboratories as a legal professional. It is suggested, but not required, that users have taken the course “An Introduction to the Crime Laboratory – Understanding its Role and Purpose” before attempting this course.

By the end of this course, you should be able to:
• Evaluate the work of a scientific expert
• Name the two types of scientific analyses
• Name the international body that governs crime laboratory accreditation
• Recognize authoritative documents and court rulings critical to forensic science
• List five warning signs signaling problems in a crime laboratory”