This Crime Scene Reconstruction class took place the week of May 15th in Anchorage, Alaska.
Crime scene reconstruction is the examination of crime scenes using a methodical approach, in an attempt to reconstruct a scene from all evidence gathered during an investigation. The techniques described in this class are recognized by an international organization of crime scene investigators and forensic scientists to be a standard approach to crime scene investigation.
In the recent past, questions have been raised regarding the amount of technical training analysts receive. Based on these concerns BGA has revised and expanded its reconstruction training curriculum beyond that found in our “Level I” and “Level II” reconstruction courses. The BGA Crime Scene Reconstruction Professional Development Program is intended to better meet the needs of both the student and the discipline.