Digital Photography for Law Enforcement

Nov. 30, 2011 - Dec. 2, 2011
This course will teach you how to properly use your agency's digital camera. Not only will you learn how to document both the crime scene and specific evidence, but you will also be shown how to process and properly archive the resulting computer images for courtroom purposes. The benefits and possible limitations of digital capture for different types of evidence will be explored. Court accepted methods for recording the scene and archiving the images will be emphasized.

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