Training Seminar DVD AFTE 2016 - New Orleans, LA


2016 DVD Table of Contents

Disc 1

  • In Memoriam - AFTE Sickness & Distress Committee
  • AFTE 2016 Keynote Speaker - G.W. Bailey, Actor
  • AFTE 2017 Update - Julie Knapp, Colorado Bureau of Investigation
  • Cartridge Case Correspondence Survey: A Study on the Subjectivity and Image Format - James Stevens, Kansas Bureau of Investigation
  • Identification of Items in Videos and Photos Which Qualify as Firearms versus Toys under Title 18 U.S. Code, 921 - Daniel O’Kelly, International Firearm Specialist Academy
  • The September 1935 Assassination of Huey Long, the Subsequent Shooting of Dr. Carl Austin Weiss, and the Enigmatic Bullet - Lucien C. Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • New Automated Composite Comparison Score for Bullet Analysis Using High Resolution Optical 3D Surface Metrology - Cristina Cadevall, Sensofar Tech SL
  • Best Practice and Performance Measures for a 3D Imaging and Analysis System - Dr. Ryan Lilien, Cadre Forensics
  • Utility Knife Blades: Are They Distinguishable? - John O’Neil, Independent Consultant
  • A Curious Case of Firing Pin Aperture Shear Marks - Jessica Winn, California Department of Justice Crime Laboratory
  • Modeling Firearm Toolmark Persistence Through Objective Surface Metrology and Analysis - Alan Zheng and Daniel Ott, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • OSAC Updates and Progress - Andy Smith, San Francisco Police Department and Mark Keisler, Indiana State Police

Disc 2

  • Identification of Bullets Fired from Consecutively Manufactured Double-Broached Ruger SR9c Barrels Utilizing Comparison Microscopy and Confocal Microscopy - Erich D. Smith & Jennifer L. Stephenson - Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Leveraging NIBIN as a Real-Time Investigative Tool: The Evolution of the Crime Gun Intelligence Center and Its Impact on Gun Crime and Active Shooters in Denver, Colorado 2013-2016 - Zachary Kotas, Denver Crime Laboratory
  • How Good a Match Is It? Prototype Software to Render Quantitative Statements - Nicholas D.K. Petraco, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • A Case Study of a Tandem Bullet from a Small Caliber Revolver - Andrew Wheeler, West Virginia University Institute of Technology
  • Visualizing Breech Face and Firing Pin Impression Comparisons Using 3D Surface Topographies and the CMC Method - Daniel Ott, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Glock Marking Barrels - An Evaluation of Individual and Subclass Characteristics - Omar Felix, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
  • MANTIS: Portable Prototype System for the Objective Characterization of Toolmarks - Dr. Song Zhang, Purdue University
  • Hand Grip Experiment to Determine the Possibility of Accidental Discharge During a Struggle - NG Kee Sok, Singapore Health Sciences Authority
  • Misfired, Slam-Fired, Snap-Fired, and Drop-Fired Cartridges - Lucien C. Haag, Forensic Science Services
  • Usage of Computed Tomography Scans for Wound Ballistics Studies - Nikolas E. Tsiatis, Hellenic Police Forensic Science Division

Disc 3

  • Effect of Velocity on the Level of Expansion and Penetration Depth of Hollow Point Cavities - Dijana Coric, Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory
  • Comparison of Manufacturing Marks on Nylon Cable Ties - Andre Horne, LGC Forensics
  • Evaluation of Recent Daubert/Frye Challenges to Firearm and Tool Mark Identification: Part II - James E. Hamby, International Forensic Science Laboratory and Training Center
  • So You Don’t Own a Confocal… - Adam Hartley, Forensic Evidence, Inc.
  • Proposed Congruent Matching Profile Segments (CMPS) Method for Bullet Signature Correlations - John Song, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • The Reconstruction of a Single Shot Sniper-Type Homicide - Don Dunbar, California Department of Justice, Retired
  • Electronic Resource Committee (ERC) Developments: GRC/Class Characteristics Matrix Databases and Safety Recall List - Erica Lawton, Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Laboratory and Adam Grooms, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences
  • Comparing 6000 Consecutively Fired .40 S&W Bullets and Cartridge Cases from a SIG Sauer P320 Pistol Utilizing Three-Dimensional and 2D+D Imaging and Objective Comparative Analysis - Erich D. Smith & Jennifer L. Stephenson - Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Halloween Ambush: An Execution of a Seattle Police Officer - R.T. Wyant, Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory
  • The Effects of Measurement Resolution on the Comparison of Tool Mark Topography Data -Michael Stocker, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Shot to the Head Without an Exit Wound - Dr. Jan Eckert, Bundeskriminalamt
  • Lethality: Complications in Reporting and Testimony in Foreign Countries - Erica Lawton, Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Laboratory and Andre Horne, LGC Forensics

Disc 4

  • QCMS and Subclass - Stephen M. Deady, New Jersey State Police
  • Towards More Objective Acquisition & Comparison of Tool and Bullet Marks in Casework - Martin Baiker and Rene Pieterman, Netherlands Forensic Institute
  • Deformation Analysis Based on Three-Dimensional Finite Element Method for Firing Pin Impression Shape - Tsutomu Nitobe, National Research Institute of Police Science, Japan
  • NIBIN as an Investigative Tool for Reduction in Violent Gun Crime: A Snapshot of Laboratory Methods and Successes from the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory - Jennifer M. Tardiff and R.T. Wyant, Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory
  • Different Types of Paintballs in the Market: Their Accessibility Could Be Dangerous in the Wrong Hands - Hery M. Figueroa Wong, Institute of Forensic Sciences of Puerto Rico
  • Flight of Shotgun Slugs, Part II - Evan Thompson, Arizona Department of Public Safety Northern Regional Crime Laboratory
  • Comparison of a .45 Auto Caliber Bullet Fired into the Muzzle of a .40 S&W Caliber Barrel - Alan S. Hammond, Aurora Police Department Crime Laboratory
  • Suicide or Murder? Contact Shots, Gas Dynamics and GSR on Hands - Axel Manthei, Bavarian State Bureau of Investigation
  • Optimizing Ballistic Imaging Operations - Lawrence Wein, Stanford University
  • A Study on the Effects of the Break-In Period on Fired Cartridge Cases - Amanda Gibson, Kansas Bureau of Investigation