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The International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA) is conducting a Basic Homicide Investigators Course, sponsored by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. This 5 day/40-hour course of instruction is scheduled for Monday, October 2, 2017 through Friday, October 6, 2017, at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, which is located at 14750 Six Mile Cypress Parkway in Fort Myers, Florida 33912.
This program is designed to improve and enhance the abilities of the homicide investigator through the introduction of a core minimum standard of training, while also introducing updates, changes in the law and new advancements in science and technology.
Responsibilities of the Homicide Investigator, Duties of the First Responder, Crime Scene Analysis, Homicide Types & Offender Motivation, Crime Scene processing, Role of the Coroner/Medical Examiner, Investigative Resources & Techniques, Serial Murder, Interview & Interrogation, Suspect development, Victimology, Case Management, Documentation & Report Writing, Media Relations, Prosecution & Legal Matters, Ethics, and Stress Management.
SPECIAL GROUP RATE – Each individual department/agency registering 3 students paid in full will receive a 4th FULL TUITION FREE!!
For online Registration and additional course information, please visit our website at www.IHIA.org or contact Lieutenant David Lebid at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office (239) 477-1412 / email: email@example.com.
The International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA), through a grant from the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, convened an Advisory Board of multi-disciplinary professionals to develop a framework for establishing minimum homicide investigator training standards. This board represented resources from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the International Association of Coroner’s and Medical Examiners, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the American Psychological Association, the IHIA, the Fraternal Order of Police, major universities, and state and local law enforcement agencies.
As a result of its work, the Advisory Board Identified nineteen instructional goals appropriate for a basic homicide investigation, training course, and generated a five-day, forty hour training class that encompasses these goals.
This course is designed for any detective, homicide investigator, crime scene technician, medical examiner investigator, prosecutor, or first responder who is tasked with investigating homicides or any other acts of violent criminal activity.