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Training Seminar DVD AFTE 2015 - Dallas, TX

$60.00

Table of Contents

Disc 1

  • In Memoriam - AFTE Sickness & Distress Committee
  • AFTE 2015 Keynote Speaker - Dr. Jim Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory & Training Centre
  • AFTE 2016 Update - Jeff Goudeau, Louisiana State Police
  • Serial Number Restoration on Titanium Firearms - Cassie Schultheis, Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center
  • Ammunition: What’s New & Don’t Always Believe - George Kass, Forensic Ammunition Service, Inc.
  • OSAC Updates - Mark Keisler, Indiana State Police Forensic Laboratory & Andy Smith, San Francisco Police Department Crime Laboratory
  • The NIST Forensic Science Center of Excellence (FSCOE): Improved Understanding & Contextualizing of the Uncertainty Associated with Every Scientific Measurement or Analytical Technique - Dr. Richard Cavanagh, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  • Examination of Reloading Marks - Nancy McCombs, California Department of Justice Crime Laboratory
  • GunOps – Tracking Bad Boys Doing Bad Things - Rocky Edwards, Santa Ana Police Department

Disc 2

  • Homemade & Converted Weapons: General Survey & Evolution - Pavel Giverts, Israel National Police
  • Origin & Usage of Slide Scuff Marks on Cartridge Cases - Dr. Jan Eckert, Bundeskriminalamt
  • The Drill Bit & What’s Left Behind - John O’Neil, Independent Consultant
  • Selecting a Platform for the Philippine National Police Firearms Identification System - Reynaldo De Guzman, Philippine National Police Crime Laboratory (Retired)
  • Secrets of a Homicide: The JFK Assassination Computer Animation in Crime Scene Reconstruction - Dale Myers, Dale Myers Animation Studios
  • The Ballistic Evidence in the Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, November 22, 1963, Dallas, TX - Luke Haag, Forensic Science Services, Inc.

Disc 3

  • Evaluation of Recent Daubert/Frye Challenges to Firearm & Tool Mark Identification - Dr. Jim Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory & Training Centre
  • Flight of Shotgun Slugs - Evan Thompson, Arizona Department of Public Safety
  • Subclass Characteristics in Recent Ruger Handguns - Steven Norris, Wyoming State Crime Laboratory
  • “Over the River &…” The Gawda Long Distance Shooting Reconstruction - Rick Wyant, Washington State Patrol Laboratory, John Allgire, Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office & Tony Grissim, Leica Geosystems
  • Inceptor by Polycase - Angel Moses, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
  • Identification & Recognition of Fired Cartridge Cases from Multi-Caliber Firearms - Adam Hartley, Forensic Evidence, Inc.
  • NIST Ballistic Toolmark Database Phase I Report - Alan Zheng, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  • The Empirical Evaluation & Examination of Breechfaces on Ten Consecutively Manufactured Pistol Slides - Deion Christophe, University of Central Oklahoma

Disc 4

  • Forensic Examinations in Keys & Locks & Toolmarks Remaining After Forcing Attempts - Nick Tsiatis, Hellenic Police Department
  • Increasing the Role of Statistics in firearm & Toolmark Identification - Tracy Morris, University of Central Oklahoma, Deion Christophe, University of Central Oklahoma & Katelyn Crandell, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
  • Are Class Characteristics Really Inconclusive? An Introduction to the World of the Bayesian Examiner - Gerhard Wevers, Institute of Environmental Science & Research Limited
  • How to Estimate the Likelihood Ratio (LR) in Firearm Evidence Identifications - John Song, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  • Gaussian-Binomial Approximation for Assigning Error Rate & Sensitivity to Breech Face Correlations Using CMC Method - Daniel Ott, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  • Recent Advancements on a Novel 3D-Topography Imaging & Analysis System for Firearm Identification - Dr. Ryan Lilien, Cadre Research Laboratory
  • Isolated Pairs Research Study - Mark Keisler & Melissa Oberg, Indiana State Police Forensic Laboratory
  • Three Unusual Toolmark Cases Involving Pry Bars, Paint Chips, a Ruger Pistol, & Four Size 10 Wood Screws - Kurt Moline, Minnesota BCA Forensic Science Laboratory
  • Digital & Virtual Preservation of the Bullet Artifacts in the President John F. Kennedy Assassination - Robert Thompson, T. Brian Renegar & Alan Zheng, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)