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CSI Crime scene investigation diploma course

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  • Course overview

    CSI Crime Scene Investigation Diploma course

    5 star reviews    'A brilliant course. I would highly recommend anyone who wants to learn more about crime scenes techniques and investigation, would love to do the Advanced diploma '  Anna Murray - More Reviews


    The CSI Crime Scene Investigation Diploma course is Ireland's leading course in crime scene examination. The CSI course examines the various aspects of forensic investigation from the collection of evidence at the crime scene. Various types of physical evidence of a crime is examined such as blood, fibres and fingerprints. You will learn the steps involved in Crime Scene examination and recovery of trace evidence. 

    Course Aims

    The CSI Crime Scene Investigation course examines all types of evidence: Toolmarks, Footwear, Firearms and Fingerprints, Body fluids, Confirmatory tests, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (BPA), DNA sampling and DNA profiling, Questioned Documents and Forensic Pathology and Human Identification and Death of victims.

    You will learn how to approach the crime scene, package the evidence and the documentation required. You will learn crime scene investigation methods including examining trace evidence. Past graduates include Detective inspectors from An Garda Siochana, and those training for An Garda Siochana and Waste Management investigators. Learn from an expert lecturing team that includes a retired Garda who was head of CSI throughout Ireland, a Questioned Document expert and a civilian Pathologist with Dublin city morgue that provides evidence to An Garda Siochana.

    Award body: CMI
    Assignment
    Award: CSI Crime Scene Investigation Diploma
    Award body:  CMI
    Career opportunities in  An Garda Siochana, Police Service of Northern Ireland and Metropolitan Police in the UK. Specialist roles in the Welfare Service, Forensic Science Laboratories, Psychologists/Counselors . Education progression to Ordinary level 7 Degrees in Law, Social work, Biological Sciences, Sociology. 
  • Modules

    Crime Scene Investigation - Learning Outcomes

    Learners will be able to: 
    1. Understand Forensic Science and identify physical evidence of a crime such as blood, fibres and fingerprints.
    2. Learn the steps involved in Crime Scene examination and recovery of trace evidence.
    3. Identify impressions as Evidence: Toolmarks, Footwear, Firearms and Fingerprints.
    4. Identification of Body fluids, Confirmatory tests, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (BPA).
    5. Explore DNA sampling and DNA profiling.
    6. Outline examination of Questioned Documents.
    7. Forensic Pathology and Human Identification and Death of victims.
    8. CSI Kits and their application.

  • Fees

    Fees

    Classroom
    Classroom course is € 980.00 .

    Includes all tuition, registration, assessment and online notes.

    Applicants are required to pay a minimum deposit of €300 to secure a place on the programme. The balance of fees are due on or before programme commencement.

    See CMI Terms & Conditions for booking.

    How do I book

    How do I book

    Simply complete the online booking form  .

    Pay a 300 euro deposit online via Visa debit or Visa credit card

    Your place on the course is confirmed within 2-3 days of receipt of online booking/payment.

    Balance of payment is required before commencement of course.

    Online Bookings and payments are subject to CMI Terms & Conditions.

     

Course timetable

  • CSI Diploma

    • Start: Wednesday 13th February 1 night per week . 18.30 -21.30
    • End: April 2019
    • Assigments: 1
    • Duration: 10 weeks
    • Level:
    • Places:

Tutors

Thomas-Carey
Tom Carey is a retired Detective Sergeant from An Garda Síochána. Tom worked in the Ballistics Department of the Garda Technical Bureau as well as the Garda Bomb Data Centre. His duties as Senior Technical Investigator and Crime Scene Manager included analysis of crime scenes, firearm investigation and fire scene examinations. His responsibilities involved routine meetings with senior management of An Garda Síochána to report and appraise the force on all technical intelligence, data and issues relating to the use of IED’s (Improvised Explosive Devices). His work entailed creating intelligence reports for security meetings and acting as liaison officer to agencies including the FBI and PSNI. Tom lectures with CMI on the Advanced Diploma in CSI & Forensic Science course and the CSI & Criminology course. 
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Michael Moore is currently a Detective Inspector in An Garda Síochána and head of the Document & Handwriting Examination Section in the Garda Technical Bureau. He has been a Forensic Document examiner for over 20 years and has given evidence in many court cases during this time as an expert witness. He is also the Quality Manager for the Garda Technical Bureau which includes the Garda Fingerprint Section, Ballistics Section, Forensic Liaison Office, Garda Mapping Section and the Garda Photographic Section and is a certified quality auditor and technical assessor. Michael lectures with CMI on the Advanced Diploma in CSI & Forensic Science course. 
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Pathologist with Dublin City Morgue and lectures with CMI on the Pathology and Human identification aspect of crime scene investigation.

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