Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International©sm
What: Crime Scene Investigation ~ Underwater Forensics -processing, procedures, protocols and precautions.
Hosted by: Oconee County Dive Team
216 Emergency Ln. Westminster, SC 29693
When: October 12, 2013
Contact: Shane McClung 1-864-200-3084
Conference Fee: $175.00 US
Key course benefits:
The Importance of each topic, regarding Underwater Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation processing, cannot be overstated. Each topic is covered thoroughly and completely, providing a clear understanding of each. Each attendee is provided with a comprehensive study guide, which allows him or her to follow along during each topic.
Who should attend: Crime Scene Investigators, Law Enforcement Professionals, Registered nurses, Forensic Nurses, EMS Professionals and other healthcare professionals interested in learning more about the evaluation, documentation, pathology and pathophysiology of the submerged victim.
All participants will receive; study guide materials, case reviews, documentation example forms, Power Point overview. Proprietary and copyright laws apply.
A new copy of: Underwater Forensics Research Commercial Scientific Diving- Medical Legal
After attending the conference in its entirety, and completing the evaluation survey, those seeking continuing education will earn:
1. NC Law Enforcement: 13.75 CEU’s
2. South Carolina LEO: 13.75 CEU’s
3. Georgia LEO 13.75 CEU’s
4. National Registry EMT personnel: 13.75 CE’s
5. Board of Nursing- Application in process
Provide Law Enforcement, healthcare providers, Fire Department and EMS personnel, with the latest advancements in procedures, protocols, job hazards and documentation processes recommended/required in processing the submerged victim during Crime Scene Investigation. Broaden the knowledge base of each attendee by presenting the information in a professional, methodical and understandable fashion, encouraging active participation of each attendee.
Speaker: Mack S. House Jr. CSIDT- International
Mack S. House Jr.: Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist ~ International (www.csidti.org), Published Author: Internationally Reputed US Expert, in Underwater Forensics Crime Scene Investigations. *South Carolina, Criminal Justice Academy Standards Unit, Institutional Provider*. Author; “Underwater Forensics Research, Commercial Scientific Diving, and Scheduled Publications for 2013: "The Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International-Training Program".”CSIDT International Diver Log Book.”, “CSIDT International Diver Manual”. Inventor: CSIDT International Weapons and Body Containment Devices. Active Member: International Crime Scene Investigators Association (www.icsia.org) and Forensic Experts Incorporated (www.feinc.net). Member of the International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners; Featured in: “Tru-TV” and “The C.S.I. Effect” by Katherine Ramsland. Experience includes- Autopsy assistant, Tissue Recovery Technician FDA, Certified Anesthesia Technician ASATT, U.S. Navy – Diver 4 years. ACLS Certification, CPR Instructor, North Carolina Law Enforcement Officer- CSI, Deputy Sheriff, Crew Chief North Carolina Emergency Medical Technician, and Soul Designer ASME Certified - 2 staffed Submarine. Master Diver-PADI-NASDS.
1. Describe best practices based in science and innovations that may contribute to their own professional practice, Safe Diving Practices and Safe Diving Operations.
2. Discriminate the role of the CSI and CSIDT in changing Investigative procedures and protocols as it relates to the interdisciplinary team and excellence in Forensic Science
3. Identify the leadership requisites from Recreational Diver to Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist that transform the practice environment’s quality and momentum in achieving positive and Safe investigation outcome.
4. Evaluate strategies that maximize the potential of the Diver Technologists practices, related to Professional and Ethical Standards.
5. Identify the leadership requisites from beginning of the investigative
process, to conclusion, that transform the practice environment's quality.
6. Understanding the importance of Solving both theoretical and practical
problems, associated with underwater crime scene investigations and forensic science.
Note: Power Point presentations contain graphic images for clarification purposes.
Schedule and Course Content – Day 1
• 8:00 AM Registration ~ Snacks and beverages throughout the day
• 8:30 AM The Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist
• The CSI Effect ~ The Jury, Rules of Evidence
• 9:30 AM Confidentiality Should HIPAA be included?
• 10:15 AM Break
• 10:30 AM Documentation, Chain of Custody and Professional Ethics
• 11:15 AM Photographic and Recorded Documentation – part 1
Technically focused and devoid of artifact.
• 12:00 PM Lunch (on your own)
• 1:00 PM Photographic and Recorded Documentation – part 2
• 1:30 PM Precipitating Events ~ First Responders- Fire Dept. & EMS.
Biological Hazards and Blood Borne Pathogens
Pre-Contamination and de-contamination protocols
• 2:15 PM Break
• 2:30 PM Technology at the Water’s Edge
• 3:15 PM Exothermic and Diver Life Support System Configuration
• 4:30 PM Break
4:45 PM Multiple case reviews regarding submerged victims and minimum Crime
Scene Investigation Protocols. Why is evidence excluded?
• 5:30 PM Adjournment
Schedule and Course Content – Day 2
• 8:00 AM Registration Snacks and beverages throughout the day
• 8:30 AM Racial, Religious, Gender and Cultural Considerations
• 9:00 AM Pharmacological ~ Ingested, Injected, Absorbed or Inhaled
• 10:15 AM Break
• 10:30 AM Stages of Decomposition and Environmental Considerations Nysten’s
Law, Cadaveric Spasm; Rx ~~ Metronidazole
• 12:00 PM Lunch (on Your Own)
• 1:00 PM Containment of the Victim and Evidence, Variables in the body cooling
Rate, Medication and Post Mortem Wounding
• 2:00 PM Break
• 2:15 PM Surfacing the Victim
• 2:30 PM Critical Incident, PTSD and Suicide in Law Enforcement
Law enforcement must learn to inoculate personnel against PTSD
• Long Term Side Effects associated with the CSI.
• 3:45 PM Open Forum
• 4:30 PM Award Certificates and Adjournment
** Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International.
** This communication will serve as official notice that CJS will accept the listed presentation as being available to a NC criminal justice officer participating in the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commissions Law Enforcement Officer Certificate Program, either at the intermediate or advanced level.” Training System Manager/CJS
** Conferences conducted by; Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International, have been approved by the Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Standards Committee, for Continuing Education Units/points for Law Enforcement Officers. Daniel Zivkovich, Executive Director
** Mack S. House Jr.~ CSIDT International, Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International, is an Institutional provider for South Carolina Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) hours. The Institutional Provider number is #522.
** Mack S. House Jr. ~ CSIDTI International, is Approved by the State of Georgia for Continued Education Points.
** Conferences conducted by; Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International, have been approved by the NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS
** New York State: The Division of Criminal Justice Services is not authorized to certify training provided by private entities in New York State. Additionally, NYS law does not require police officers to complete in-service training or continuing education credits in order to maintain their positions. This does not preclude CSIDT International from providing training to agencies and officers in NYS nor is it intended, in any way, to diminish the quality or value of training provided. Certificate of Completion and Hours will be placed in Officer Training File.
** Board of Nursing- Application in process
All courses and conferences conducted by Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International are accepted in the United Kingdom and Honduras.
ALL programs must be attended in their entirety in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Questions? Please contact us 828-380-9955 or email@example.com.
Disclosures to Participants:
• The planners and presenter(s)/author(s) of this course have declared no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this educational activity.
• Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International guarantees the content of these educational activities are free from bias.
• Accredited status does not imply endorsement by any commercial products displayed in conjunction with this activity.
• No commercial support has influenced the planning of the educational objectives or the content of this activity.
• There is no endorsement of any product by the provider or CSIDTI International, associated with this activity.
• It is expected that no presentation will relate to products governed by the Food and Drug Administration. But, during the course of this activity, if there is discussion related to such products, FDA-approved and non-approved uses will be disclosed to participants.
• CSIDT-I activities do not include any unannounced information about off-label use of a product for a purpose other than that for which is approved.
Registration ends: October 2, 2013 *** W-9 Form available upon request
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Regular Mail: Must be received by October 5, 2013
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Mack S. House Jr.
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Castlewood, Va 24224