Discover methods and techniques for processing the crime scene of a child abduction. Identify procedures to properly document, collect, and process vital evidence when time is of the essence. Recognize the impact of the environment, proper scene acquisition and etiquette, proper supervision, and courtroom testimony on your case. Develop skill sets which can lead to the recovery of an abducted child and the criminal conviction of the abductor.
Upon completion of this training, you will develop capability to: * Recognize the proper mindset for a child abduction crime scene * Compare and contrast the four types of child abductions and terms related to them * Examine the supervisor’s role and responsibilities at the crime scene * Identify the ways in which the environment can impact your evidence * Explore the use of search warrants and consents to search in your crime scene processing plan * Employ best collection processes for evidence specific to child abductions * Execute proper scene acquisition from first responders * Identify best practices for courtroom testimony
* Civilian Law Enforcement personnel who process crime scenes and/or evidence * Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support * Prosecutors