Throughout this 2-day Ballistics and Shooting Reconstruction course, students learn terminology and definitions associated with ballistics evidence and shooting reconstruction. Additionally, students learn how to determine bullet trajectory and angle of entry on stationary objects. The instructor will cover identification and documentation of essential evidence in a shooting incident. The instructor will cover how to prepare reports based on findings from a shooting incident. Students will participate in practical, hands-on exercises throughout the 2-day course to demonstrate what they have learned. Finally, students will be given brief instruction on courtroom preparation and testimony in relation to a shooting incident.
04 Upcoming Classes
May 11 – 12, 2020