This course is approved for 2.5 hours of continuing education credits by Missouri POST and the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI)
Who Should Take This Course
- Law Enforcement Patrol Officers/ Supervisors
- Detectives and Investigators
- Medicolegal Death Investigators
- Interested Students
An intermediate level investigative training course for law enforcement, police, coroners, medical examiner investigators, crime scene and forensic techs. This course does contain the graphic depiction of dead bodies and wounds and caution should be used in taking this course.
Police, coroners, and death investigators must know and understand the difference in wound type and how different wounds are made. Many times, wounds such as lacerations and incised wounds (cuts), are misidentified or terminology is incorrect.
In this course, you are introduced to the forensic importance of stabbing and cutting injuries. This course will describe for you what these wounds are and how they are made. You will also explore each type of wound’s forensic importance to an investigation.
This is an online video training and is designed to be interactive with students by random quizzes and a final exam. Student login and time are tracked per student to verify the time spent in the course if needed. Testing cannot be done until the videos are watched. Many of the videos have a unique symbol or picture that will appear prominently in the video and is part of the test questions, this will ensure the video has been watched. Certificates will only be available for print after the successful completion of the course material.
Each certificate will indicate that it was an online training and will note the approval control number and the CLEE hours given.