Training Seminar DVD AFTE 2010 - Henderson, NV


Table of Contents

Disc 1

  • AFTE 2011 Training Seminar Announcement - Peter Striupaitis, Independent Examiner, Chicago, IL
  • An Interesting Zip Gun Case - Mike Appel, California DOJ, Fresno, CA
  • An Unusual Method of Suicide - Dan Alessio, Oregon State Police, Portland, OR
  • The Confocal Microscopy Analysis of Ten Consecutively Manufactured Ruger P95 Breech Faces - Todd Weller, Oakland Police Department, Oakland, CA & Alan Zheng, NIST-Precision Engineering Division, Gaithersburg, MD
  • Unusual Marks Observed on Bullets Fired from a 357 Magnum Colt Python Revolver - Nancy McCombs, California DOJ, Fresno, CA
  • Preliminary Evaluation of Science GL's 3D Comparator Software - Derrick McClarin, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, Birmingham, AL
  • Comparison of “Cooked Off” Cartridge Cases & Firing a 9mm Luger Caliber Cartridge in a .45 Caliber Firearm? - Kurt Moline, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, St. Paul, MN
  • Evaluation of Plumbtesmo™ and Cuprotesmo™ Test Papers for Sensitivity to Lead and Copper Residues, Respectively - Kenton Wong, Forensic Analytical Sciences, Hayward, CA
  • Impressed Toolmarks – Individuality and Validation Study - Ron Nichols, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Walnut Creek, CA

Disc 2

  • Infrared Imaging and Flashcorrelation® Progress and Implementation - John H. Dillon Jr., Independent Examiner, Manassas, VA
  • Cartridge Case Identification from Infrared Modeling of Firing Pin Impressions - Dr. Francine Prokoski, SED Technology, LLC, Fairfax, VA
  • Hazardous Condition Inherent to the SKS Firing Mechanism - David Wright, Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Kansas City, KS
  • Does Ammunition Matter? A Fifteen Gun Study - Magen E. Harris, Miami-Dade Police Department, Miami, FL
  • The Shooting Deaths of Four Oakland Police Officers - Mark Bennet, Oakland Police Department, Oakland, CA
  • A Summary Report for NIST/ATF National Ballistics Imaging Comparison Project - Jun-Feng Song, NIST-Precision Engineering Division, Gaithersburg, MD & Robert Thompson, NIST-Office for Law Enforcement Standards, Gaithersburg, MD

Disc 3

  • Dead or Alive, What Matters? - Stephanie Luehr, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, Mobile, AL
  • Analysis of IBIS Bullettrax-3D High-Resolution Data with a Virtual Comparison Microscope - Dr. Danny Roberge, Forensic Technology, Inc., Montreal, Canada
  • The Human Factor in Detecting Cold Hits - Ruprecht Nennstiel, Bundeskriminalamt, Weisbaden, Germany
  • SWGGUN – Updates and Current Projects - Andy Smith, San Francisco Police Department, San Francisco, CA
  • Experiments with Cartridge Interchangeability – The Examination of Pierced Primers and Other Features - Angela Garvin, Miami-Dade Police Department, Miami, FL
  • Cartridge Case Production: A Look Inside Starline Brass - Alexander A. Belt, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Springfield, MO
  • Chemical and Instrumental Tests for Suspected Bullet Impact Sites & The Behavior of Expelled Glass Fragments during Projectile Penetration and Perforation of Glass - Lucien C. Haag, Independent Examiner, Carefree, AZ

Disc 4

  • Case studies and New Instrumental Analysis Techniques - Derek B. Headley, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, Birmingham, AL
  • A Study of Gunshot Sound Measurements - Nick Tsiatis, Hellenic Police Department, Athens, Greece
  • Be the Mark, Not the Tool: Thinking Outside the Toolbox - R.T. Wyant, Seattle Crime Laboratory, Seattle, WA
  • The ENFSI Experience in Examining, Evaluating and Tabulating Consecutive Matching Striae - Jan De Ceuster, Belgian National Institute of Forensic Science, Brussels, Belgium
  • Sheer Genius or Sheer Stupidity - Gregory Laskowski, California State University Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
  • Magazines: Their Marks and Their Meaning, Part II, The Examination of Ten Same Lot Browning Hi-Power Magazines - Charles Clow, Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science, Dallas, TX
  • AFTE Website Advances - Scott Doyle, Kentucky State Police, Louisville, KY & Jay Stuart, Albuquerque Police Department, Albuquerque, NM & Charles Clow, Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science, Dallas, TX
  • CTS Error Rates, 1992-2005 - Doug Murphy, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.