Forensic Firearm and Toolmark Identification and Shooting Reconstruction

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This advanced course/seminar will introduce the students to the methods used by firearm and toolmark examiners in the examination of large caliber fired bullets such as .45 caliber, various rifle and various shotshell components; large caliber cartridge cases and various types of toolmarks including pry bars, screwdrivers, knives and cutting type tools.

The students will learn how examiners obtain class information that may aid investigators in searching for a firearm or tool that has been used in the commission of a crime including how a fired bullet, cartridge case or tool may be matched to a particular firearm or tool.

The course will:

  • Explore the reconstruction of shooting incidents, including determinations of the range, direction of fire and the identification of gunshot residues
  • Include many hands on exercises, including a mock crime scene and vehicle shooting reconstruction.



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