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DATE: TBA (3 days)

TIME: 8:00am to 4:30pm


  • Waukesha Police Department
  • 1901 Delafield St., Waukesha, WI



Photography Equipment Needed:

  • DSLR or mirrorless camera
  • Blank camera card
  • Tripod External flash
  • Off-camera flash cord
  • Flashlight
  • Macro lens Cable release or manufacturer app on phone that can connect to camera
  • Camera manual (if lost most manuals can be found on manufacturers’ websites)


Evidence Collection Equipment Needed:

  • Black permanent marker
  • Evidence tape
  • Utility knife
  • Magnifying glass
  • Envelopes (paper and glassine)
  • Crime scene scale and tape measure
  • Rubber gloves
  • Distilled water
  • A variety of evidence collection bags
  • Sterile cotton collection swabs with swab boxes
  • Fingerprint collection kit (brush, powder, lifting tape, fingerprint cards)


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Basic Crime Scene Evidence Processing

$349.00 Regular Price
$299.00Sale Price
  • This hands-on course is designed for police personnel tasked with photographing crime scenes and physical evidence. Attendees will be
    taught skills to properly document a variety of crime scenes.

    This class is focused on those with little to no experience using a camera or knowledge in photography. It would also serve as a review for those that have a fundamental understanding of manual functions,
    shutter speeds and f-stops.

    For students who want both photography and evidence collection training, please see the Basic Crime Scene Evidence Processing course.

    Topics Covered:

    • How to maximize camera functions

    • Procedures for photographing in different lighting conditions

    • A variety of painting with light techniques

    • How to use external flash

    • Techniques for both 2D and 3D footwear impressions

    • Implementation of scale to properly document evidence

    • How to photograph fingerprints on various surfaces

    • Best practices for photographing crime scenes and evidence

  • Cancellations with a refund will be accepted a minimum of 31 days prior to the registered training. If cancelled within the 30 days prior to class, you will receive a credit for a future training session. Agencies may substitute another student for the cancelled registrant.

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