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Training Seminar DVD AFTE 2013 - Albuquerque, NM

$60.00

Table of Contents

Disc 1

  • AFTE 2013 Keynote Speaker - Secretary Gordon E. Eden Jr., New Mexico Department of Public Safety
  • AFTE 2014 Update - Rick Wyant, Washington State Patrol
  • What's New in Ammunition? - George Kass, Forensic Ammunition Service Inc.
  • Inter-Comparison of 1000 Consecutively Fired 9mm Luger Bullets and Cartridge Cases from a Ruger P89 Pistol Utilizing Pattern Matching and Quantitative Consecutive Matching Striae as Criteria for Identification - Cary Wong, Alameda County Sheriff's Office
  • SWGGUN - Updates and Current Projects - Andy Smith, San Francisco Police Department
  • The Sound of Shots - Nancy McCombs, California Department of Justice - Fresno
  • Physics and Mathematical Analysis of Gunshot Sounds: Parameters and Their Characteristics - Nick Tsiatis, Hellenic Police
  • Muzzle-To-Target Distance Determination in a Homicide by Black Powder Revolver - Alison L. Quereau, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
  • The Clackamas Town Center Shooting - Dan Alessio, Oregon State Police Forensic Laboratory

Disc 2

  • The Restoration of Rusted Firearms: An Evaluation of Different Methods - Derek Mears, Salt Lake City Police Department
  • Measurement and Comparison of Fractured Surfaces - Ashraf Bastawros, Iowa State University
  • High-Definition 3D Sensor Optimized for the Capture of Spent Cartridge Case Markings - Serge Levesque, Forensic Technology, Inc.
  • Bullet Path Reconstruction: Probe Method Accuracy and Error Rate - Chirs Coleman, Contra Costa Office of the Sheriff
  • ENFSI Collaborative Study on the Forensic Determination of Shooting Distances - Ludwig Neiwoehner, Bundeskriminalamt
  • Angle of Impact Determination from Bullet Holes - Kenton Wong, Forensic Analytical Sciences, Inc.
  • The Identification of Bullets Fired from 10 Consecutively Rifled 9mm Luger Pistol Barrels: An Update with a Discussion on Recent Legal Challenges - Jim Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory & Dave Brundage, Independant Examiner
  • The Examination, Evaluation and Identification of 9mm Cartridge Cases Fired from 1,590 Different Glock Semiautomatic Pistols Manufactured Over a 21 Year Period: Using Optical Comparison Microscopy, Confocal Microscopy and Computational Pattern Recognition - Jim Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory & Steve Norris, Wyoming State Crime Laboratory
  • The Examination, Evaluation and Identification of 40 S&W Caliber Cartridge Cases Fired from 1,079 Different Glock 40 S&W Semiautomatic Pistols Manufactured Over a 6 Year Period - Jim Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory
  • Caught in the Crossfire - John Collins, RTI International

Disc 3

  • Cap Gun Modification - Kathy Geil, Washington State Patrol - Seattle
  • Detecting and Identifying Bullet Holes by Tracer Bullets - Lucien Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • Shooting Reconstruction: Combining Audio, Video, and Movement - Alexander Jason, ANITE Group
  • Determining Bullet Direction from Clothing Fibers - Alexander Jason, ANITE Group
  • Analysis and Sequencing of Bullet Strikes on the Spoke of a Moving Wheel - Justin Bechaver, Utah Bureau of Forensic Services
  • Lead-Free Hunting Bullets - James L. Roberts, Ventura Co. Sheriff's Lab
  • An Experientially and Experimentally Determined Caveat: Low Gunshot Residue Ammunition - Gary E. Dale, M.D., Montana Division of Forensic Science
  • Mis-Adventures in Metallurgy: Case Examples, Guns & Ammo - Frederick Schmidt, Chicago - ESI
  • Development of a 3D-Topography Imaging and Analysis System for Firearm Identification using GelSight and Feature-Based Case Matching - Ryan Lilien, Cadre Research Laboratory & Todd Weller, Oakland Police Department

Disc 4

  • Automated Comparison of Land Impressions Imaged by Confocal Microscopy - David Read, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Virtual Tool Mark Generation for Efficient Striation Analysis - Laura Ekstrand, Iowa State University
  • An Empirical Study to Improve the Scientific Foundation of Forensic Firearm and Tool Mark Identification Utilizing Consecutively Manufactured Glock EBIS Barrels with the Same EBIS Pattern - Gabriel Hernandez, Miami-Dade Police Department
  • Validation Tests and Error Rate Calculations for the Congruent Matching Cells (CMC) Method Using Cartridge Cases Fired with Consecutively Manufactured Pistol Slides - John Song, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Initial Correlation Tests and Analysis for Cartridge Case Intensity Images Using the Congruent Matching Cells (CMC) Method - Robert Thompson, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • 2D/3D Topography Comparisons of Toolmarks Generated by Consecutively Manufactured Chisels and Punches - Alan Zheng, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Virtual Profile Generation for Assessing Statistical Properties of Striated Tool Marks - Martin Baiker, Netherlands Forensic Institute
  • Defining the Opposing Jaw Cutting Tool - John O'Neil, Independent Consultant
  • Casting of Toolmarks on Cartilage In-Situ - Brian Smelser, Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory
  • Primer and Cartridge Case Movement During the Ignition Phase - Axel Manthei, Bavarian State Crime Laboratory

Disc 5

  • The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy - The Ballistics Evidence in the Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy - Lucien Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy - Three Shots, Three Cartridge Cases, Two Bullets: What Became of the Missing Bullet - Lucien Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy - Modern Techniques that could be Applied Today to this 50-year old Evidence - Lucien Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy - History of the Carcano Rifle - Lucien Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • A Case Study of Extraordinary Toolmarks on a Fatal Bullet - Gerard Dutton, Tasmania Police Department
  • A Discussion and Comparison of Active Shooter Scenarios - Sgt. Drew Bader, Albuquerque Police Department
  • SWAT Gear and Its Employment for the Forensic Scientist - Sgt. Drew Bader, Albuquerque Police Department