Course detail: 2024 KBI Laboratory - Chemistry, Toxicology, Biology, Databank, and Case Inquiry

While many agencies have programs in crime scene processing, the level of training and resources available varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, as does the opportunity to work with evidence. To help these agencies, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation has developed a comprehensive Lab Services Training and Outreach Program. 

Course Competency: Participants will employ best practices as they investigate any crime from its beginning to its eventual disposition; either as an individual or part of an investigatory team. 

Course Objectives: 
Toxicology 
  • Understand submission requirements for impaired driving cases
  • Learn pre-submission parameters affecting analysis
  • Learn current trends in impaired driving cases
  • Understand the KBI's post-mortem testing capabilities and collaboration with public health on drug overdose cases

Chemistry
  • Understand the general  submission and packaging requirements for seized drugs and clandestine laboratory cases
  • Learn emerging threats in drug chemistry
  • Understand the basics of Delta-8 THC, hemp and marijuana
  • Learn about resources for seized drugs field testing

Biology Casework
  • Learn the proper way to collect and package samples for Biology testing
  • Understand the Biology Evidence Submission Guidelines and where to find that information
  • Understand the types of testing we can perform
  • Understand the requirements for samples to be eligible for CODIS
  • Learn how to read a Biology report

Databank 
  • Learn the steps involved in offender DNA collection including the remote offender DNA collection module
  •  Know the offender DNA collection law K.S.A. 21-2511 and who qualifies
  • Understand the importance of offender DNA collection and CODIS hits

Case Inquiry
  • Learn how to access case information and download lab reports


Who Should Attend: 
  • Law Enforcement Officers 
  • Court Services Personnel 
  • Probation and Parole Officers 
  • Offender Registration Office Personnel 
  • Offender DNA Collection Agency Personnel 
Fitness Level Necessary for Successful Completion: Sedentary





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 Session Information: LE24181Z (4 seats (16%) remaining)

Schedule: Every day, starting on 05/23/24 and ending on 05/23/24
Times: 09:00am-04:00pm CDT

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Instructors

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Kansas Bureau of Investigation

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