Course detail: 2021 KBI Laboratory Information - including Firearms, Seized Drugs, Trace and more
- Participants will be able to evaluate and select proper processes in regards to digital evidence submissions specifically within the context of Evidence Custody Sheet (ECR) and the Prelog system.
- Participants will explore the utilization of the Prelog and Case Inquiry system.
- Participants will gain a working knowledge of the collection, preservation, and requests for examinations related to various sections.
- Understand the basics of evidence packaging, to include recommended marking and sealing techniques for items of evidence
- Understand the use of an Evidence Custody Sheet (ECR) and learn how to utilize the Prelog (web based) system
- Learn and understand the Case Inquiry (web based) system to obtain laboratory reports and determine case examination status
- Learn the service the section provides
- Understand the required documentation and documents required for an analysis
- Understand the information provided in a BPA report
- Learn how to identify, collect, package, and submit items for digital evidence.
- Understand the importance of radio frequency shielding and mobile device security.
- Understand the submission process and proper legal authority required.
- Learn basic services the section provides
- Learn general collection and packaging processes for firearm exams
- Learn and understand the processes for fentanyl and other extra-hazardous substance.
- Understand chemistry-specific packaging guidelines.
- Understand seized drug evidence processes and reports.
- Basic understanding of requirements for submitting vegetation samples for quantitation of THC.
- Familiarization with blood alcohol kits provided by the KBI.
- Understand pre-analytical variables that may affect forensic toxicology testing.
- Understand the scope of testing provided by the KBI forensic toxicology laboratory.
- Discuss current Kansas drug trends seen in forensic toxicology casework.
- Learn what Primer Gunshot Residue (PGSR) is, how to collect it, and its significance.
- Review the collection of Fire Scene Debris and learn the significance of the analytical results from the collected evidence.
- Learn basics of General Chemical Unknown evidence and Physical Fit evidence.
- Law Enforcement Officers
(This session is full; you may join the waitlist)
Wednesday, August 11, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)