Refresher Training for Police Experts in Crime Scene Inspection
11/24/2020 - 13:00

While implementing activities of Project no. LT06-4-VRM-TF-001 under of the programme of the European Economic Area and Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 aimed at refresher training of police experts carrying out forensic analyses by way of specialized training, the Lithuanian Police Forensic Science Centre concluded two agreements on the procurement of training services with Mykolas Romeris University. With reference to the agreements mentioned, Mykolas Romeris University will prepare four training sessions on the following topics: “Detection, Recovery, Documentation, Collection and Submission of Traces and Objects during Crime Scene Investigation“ and “Detection, Recovery, Documentation, Collection and Submission of Gunshot Traces during Crime Scene Investigation; Shooting Scene Reconstruction”. The training is planned for the participation of 52 employees of the Lithuanian Police Forensic Science Centre and forensic analysis divisions of territorial police agencies inspecting crime scenes.

According to Mr Tomas Butrimas, Head of Document Analysis Unit, Lithuanian Police Forensic Science Centre, who is in charge of the training coordination, the main objective of this training is to improve abilities to apply the theory (a crime scene expert requires for crime scene inspection) in practice, to provide practical knowledge essential in crime scene investigation (inspection) as well as to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills to experts working in the field of crime scene inspection a firearm was used in.


Look around the simulated crime scene for training here.