COMING SOON….A FORENSIC SCIENCE ACADEMY FOR CRIME WRITERS WORKSHOP

2019 UPCOMING EVENTS

One Day Events

  • Saturday, January 12: Orientation to Academy (free)
  • Saturday, January 19: Evidence Packaging Workshop ($69); 4 hours
  • Saturday, February 9: Coroner Career Series Seminar ($39); 2 hours
  • Saturday, February 16: CSI Career Series Seminar ($39); 2 hours
  • Saturday, March 9: Orientation to Academy (free); 9am to 11am
  • Saturday, March 16: OPEN HOUSE (free)–TENATIVE
  • Saturday, March 23: Ballistics Workshop ($99); 8 hours
  • Saturday, March 30: Death Investigation from Forensic Perspective ($149); 16 hours–TENATIVE
  • Saturday, April 6: Mandatory Meeting for all ACCEPTED FSA Students
  • Saturday, April 13: First day of FSA 2019
  • Saturday, April 27: Impression Evidence Workshop ($99); 8 hours–TENATIVE

FORENSICS TRAINING

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There is a necessity to prepare the next generation of crime scene specialists for employment in the field of forensics. Specialized forensic training courses for those devoted to a forensic/criminalist career are offered in topics such:

  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Fingerprint classification
  • Death Investigation
  • Forensic Entomology
  • Blood Evidence – Bloodstain Patterns
  • Unusual Suicides – Investigation, Pathology & Evidence
  • Forensic Evidence Photography
  • Positional Asphyxiation
  • Investigating Drowning Deaths
  • Evidence Collection – Types and Classifications
  • Introduction to Criminalistics
  • Ten Essential Steps to a Forensic Career

The Vollmer Institute Forensic Science Academy provides a hybrid learning environment with in-class and on-line programs, Podcasts, Webinars, live lecture updates to enhance your job interview and mentoring by professionals in the field of forensics. Students of the Vollmer Institute, LLC will be eligible for selected conferences and symposiums on death Investigations and career mentoring.

The Managing Director for the Forensic Science Academy, Terri Armenta, holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, Management and Human Resources and a Master of Forensic Science. She is a specialist in Comparative Medicine and an Instructor in Criminalistics at Mount Saint Mary’s University. With over 20 years of forensic experience, her ability to make her topics come alive in the classroom are unparalleled.

FORENSICS TRAINING

There is a necessity to prepare the next generation of crime scene specialists for employment in the field of forensics.

2019 VOLLMER POLYGRAPH CLASS SCHEDULE

BASIC COURSE


January 14, 2019 to March 22, 2019

April 1, 2019 to June 7, 2019
July 1, 2019 to September 6, 2019
September 23, 2019 to November 29, 2019

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

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