Latent Evidence Technology
Program code: C5518AH1
Latent Evidence provides an in-depth study of current crime scene processing techniques and procedures. Topics include fingerprint classification, identification, and chemical development. This program prepares the student in the basic skills required for entry-level employment as a crime scene investigator. Credits obtained in these courses may be transferred directly into the Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence associate degree curriculum.
|Fall||CJC 244||Footwear & Tire Imprints||MW||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|CJC 245||Friction Ridge Analysis||TTH||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|Spring||CJC 114||Investigative Photography||MW||1:00 - 2:50||2||1 S|
|CJC 246||Adv Friction Ridge Analysis**||TTH||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|**Course prerequisites apply|
|Students must take CJC 144 and CJC 146 concurrently to complete the Latent Evidence Certificate|
This program does not have any testing requirements.
Priority enrollment in these classes will go to students enrolled in the Academy of Public Safety and Security program at South View High School.
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