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FSP 101: Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation

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April Batch 2024

Last Date to Register : 25th April 2024

The Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation Online Course offered by SIFS India is perfect for students looking to gain an in-depth understanding of forensic science as a whole.

You will learn the science behind solving crimes, the techniques used by expert investigators to identify, gather, preserve, and analyze evidence, and gain valuable knowledge and skills to excel in this field.

All the pre-recorded sessions are delivered by subject matter experts and are loaded with real-life case studies, preparing you to face real-world challenges in forensic investigations.

This course comprises three levels: Level 1 (certificate), Level 2 (diploma), and Level 3 (Post Graduate Diploma), and the entire curriculum is divided among these levels.

A few of the topics you will learn about are: forensic science fundamentals, crime scene investigation, cyber crimes, fingerprint and questioned document examination, wildlife forensics, drug and alcohol abuse, investigating arson cases, crime investigation techniques, the role of forensic dentistry, sexual offenses, the role of insects in forensics, facial reconstruction, disaster victim identification, forensic psychology, the significance of serological evidence, photographing crime scenes, forensic ballistics, forensic physics, and using toxicological findings for legal purposes.

So if you are passionate about solving mysteries and looking for a career that combines science with justice, join this course and begin your forensic journey.

Course Benefits:

Enrolling in this course will equip you with comprehensive knowledge and practical expertise to excel in the ever-evolving and multidisciplinary field of forensic science. You will benefit from expert guidance and pave the way for a rewarding career in law enforcement, private investigation, or as a forensic specialist.

Course Outcome:

Upon successfully completing this course, you will become proficient in forensic evidence collection, crime scene analysis, and investigative techniques. You will gain essential skills to assist legal bodies in solving complex criminal cases, ensuring justice is served. Also, it opens doors for further studies and exciting job prospects. You can work with law enforcement agencies, private forensic labs, or as an independent forensic consultant.

Course Highlights:

-Pre-recorded sessions with practical insights about forensic tools and technologies

-Experienced mentors with years of real-world experience

-In-depth study of various forensic domains

-Industry-specific and comprehensive study material and reference books

-Networking opportunities with professionals and fellow enthusiasts

-Skill development to critically analyze evidence, make accurate conclusions, and present findings effectively

  • Level - I : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation

    MODULE 1 – INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE

    This module will equip you with the fundamentals, history, basic principles, and significance of forensic science, institutional structures, government and private laboratories, and the role and uses of this science in the criminal justice system. You will also learn about the chain of custody, i.e., the collection, preservation, inspection, evaluation, and reporting of evidence, along with a basic understanding of the different forensic science domains and the legal context associated with them.

    MODULE 2 – CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION AND MANAGEMENT

    In this module, you will learn about types of crime scenes (indoor and outdoor), crime scene securing and recording methods like note-making, sketching, photography, and videography, the role of the first respondent and forensic scientist at the crime scene, and the importance of Locard’s Exchange Principle. You will also gain knowledge about types of evidence (physical, chemical, biological, and testimonial), evidence searching methods (spiral search, grid search, strip search, zone search), techniques to collect, preserve, and package evidence, crime scene reconstruction, and courtroom presentation of the evidence.

    MODULE 3 – PHYSICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION

    This module focuses on modern crime scene investigation methods, different types of evidence, physical evidence searching methods, collection, preservation, and packaging techniques of different types of evidence, along with steps to be followed in transferring that evidence to the laboratories for further investigation. You will also learn about the issues associated with evidence admissibility in court and what type of evidence can be presented during legal proceedings.

    MODULE 4 – FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

    This module will equip you with the history, principles, and fundamentals of fingerprint identification, types of fingerprint patterns (arch, loop, and whorl), ridge characteristics, and techniques to record fingerprints. You will also learn about the Henry System of Classification, types of fingerprints found at the crime scene (latent, patent, and plastic prints), and methods of fingerprint lifting and development (physical, fuming, and chemical). This module also introduces you to other impressions like foot, shoe, ear, lip, and palm prints.

    MODULE 5 – QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINATION

    This module will focus on the principles and problems of questioned document examination along with their handling methods, document and handwriting examination techniques, natural variations in handwriting and factors affecting it, types of signature forgeries, examination of different types of documents (altered, indented, charred, etc.), and ways to decipher secret handwriting. You will also learn about typewritten document examination, holographic and allographic documents, counterfeit currency, digital signatures, and anti-money laundering documents.

    MODULE 6 – COMPUTER AND CYBER CRIME

    In this module, you will learn about the history and fundamentals of cyber crimes, types of cyber crime (phishing, cyberstalking, ransomware, DoS, credit card fraud, identity theft, etc.), categories of cyber crime (individual, property, and government), the significance of digital evidence and its types, and steps to be followed while searching for and seizing digital evidence. The module also highlights the cyber crime investigation techniques, tools used for evidence analysis and verification, and precautions to take to enhance the chances of evidence admissibility in court.

  • Level - II : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation

    MODULE 1 – INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE

    This module will equip you with the fundamentals, history, basic principles, and significance of forensic science, institutional structures, government and private laboratories, and the role and uses of this science in the criminal justice system. You will also learn about the chain of custody, i.e., the collection, preservation, inspection, evaluation, and reporting of evidence, along with a basic understanding of the different forensic science domains and the legal context associated with them.

    MODULE 2 – CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION AND MANAGEMENT

    In this module, you will learn about types of crime scenes (indoor and outdoor), crime scene securing and recording methods like note-making, sketching, photography, and videography, the role of the first respondent and forensic scientist at the crime scene, and the importance of Locard’s Exchange Principle. You will also gain knowledge about types of evidence (physical, chemical, biological, and testimonial), evidence searching methods (spiral search, grid search, strip search, zone search), techniques to collect, preserve, and package evidence, crime scene reconstruction, and courtroom presentation of the evidence.

    MODULE 3 – PHYSICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION

    This module focuses on modern crime scene investigation methods, different types of evidence, physical evidence searching methods, collection, preservation, and packaging techniques of different types of evidence, along with steps to be followed in transferring that evidence to the laboratories for further investigation. You will also learn about the issues associated with evidence admissibility in court and what type of evidence can be presented during legal proceedings.

    MODULE 4 – FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

    This module will equip you with the history, principles, and fundamentals of fingerprint identification, types of fingerprint patterns (arch, loop, and whorl), ridge characteristics, and techniques to record fingerprints. You will also learn about the Henry System of Classification, types of fingerprints found at the crime scene (latent, patent, and plastic prints), and methods of fingerprint lifting and development (physical, fuming, and chemical). This module also introduces you to other impressions like foot, shoe, ear, lip, and palm prints.

    MODULE 5 – QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINATION

    This module will focus on the principles and problems of questioned document examination along with their handling methods, document and handwriting examination techniques, natural variations in handwriting and factors affecting it, types of signature forgeries, examination of different types of documents (altered, indented, charred, etc.), and ways to decipher secret handwriting. You will also learn about typewritten document examination, holographic and allographic documents, counterfeit currency, digital signatures, and anti-money laundering documents.

    MODULE 6 – COMPUTER AND CYBER CRIME

    In this module, you will learn about the history and fundamentals of cyber crimes, types of cyber crime (phishing, cyberstalking, ransomware, DoS, credit card fraud, identity theft, etc.), categories of cyber crime (individual, property, and government), the significance of digital evidence and its types, and steps to be followed while searching for and seizing digital evidence. The module also highlights the cyber crime investigation techniques, tools used for evidence analysis and verification, and precautions to take to enhance the chances of evidence admissibility in court.

    MODULE 7 – FORENSIC BIOLOGY

    In this module, you learn about the significance and history of forensic biology and hair as evidence, including its anatomical structure, stages of growth, and identification techniques. The module also focuses on botanical evidence identification, like those of pollen grains, wood, diatoms, and leaves. You will be introduced to the concept of DNA profiling, sources of DNA, DNA extraction and evaluation techniques, and the forensic significance of DNA profiling, along with step-by-step procedures from procuring evidence to their laboratory examination.

    MODULE 8 – CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES

    In this module, you will learn about criminal investigation techniques, modus operandi, criminal profiling (the art of creating psychological profiles of criminals), and portrait parley (the science of creating composite sketches). The module also focuses on advanced crime detection technologies like polygraph (lie detector test), narco analysis, and brain fingerprinting to extract crucial information from the suspects. Finally, the concepts of voice stress analysis and speaker profiling are covered to decipher vocal clues for investigation.

    MODULE 9 – FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY

    This module focuses on toxicology introduction and its history, the evolution of toxicology, the fundamental principles of toxicology, the classification of poisons based on their properties and effects, and poisons-action mechanism that discusses the working of poison within the human body. You will also learn about the collection and preservation of toxicological exhibits, medico legal aspects and post-mortem examination, poisoning incident management, including the handling of affected individuals, and the significance of toxicological findings in criminal and medical investigations.

    MODULE 10 – FORENSIC PHYSICS

    This module focuses on different types of evidence, like glass, including its historical significance, types and composition, glass fracture, and forensic examination; soil, including its types, composition, and forensic examination; paint, including its history, types, and forensic analysis and examination techniques; and fiber, including its classification and forensic analysis and examination. You will also learn about the restoration of obliterated marks, types of marks, restoration principles and techniques, tire and skid marks, casting, lifting, and forensic examination of tire impressions. Finally, the concept of a tool mark, along with its types, history, and examination methods, is covered.

    MODULE 11 – FORENSIC BALLISTICS

    In this module, you will learn about the history, development, and classification of firearms based on their characteristics and uses, types of ammunition (like projectiles, primers, propellents, cartridges, wads, and percussion cups), types of ballistics, projectile behavior in flight, wound ballistics, and the concept of gunshot injuries. The module also focuses on firearm examination, microscopic examination (inspecting firearm components at a microscopic level), chemical examination using chemical analysis techniques, and instrumental examination, which includes in-depth analysis and comparison of firearms and ammunition.

  • Level - III : Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation

    MODULE 1 – INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE

    This module will equip you with the fundamentals, history, basic principles, and significance of forensic science, institutional structures, government and private laboratories, and the role and uses of this science in the criminal justice system. You will also learn about the chain of custody, i.e., the collection, preservation, inspection, evaluation, and reporting of evidence, along with a basic understanding of the different forensic science domains and the legal context associated with them.

    MODULE 2 – CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION AND MANAGEMENT

    In this module, you will learn about types of crime scenes (indoor and outdoor), crime scene securing and recording methods like note-making, sketching, photography, and videography, the role of the first respondent and forensic scientist at the crime scene, and the importance of Locard’s Exchange Principle. You will also gain knowledge about types of evidence (physical, chemical, biological, and testimonial), evidence searching methods (spiral search, grid search, strip search, zone search), techniques to collect, preserve, and package evidence, crime scene reconstruction, and courtroom presentation of the evidence.

    MODULE 3 – PHYSICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION

    This module focuses on modern crime scene investigation methods, different types of evidence, physical evidence searching methods, collection, preservation, and packaging techniques of different types of evidence, along with steps to be followed in transferring that evidence to the laboratories for further investigation. You will also learn about the issues associated with evidence admissibility in court and what type of evidence can be presented during legal proceedings.

    MODULE 4 – FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

    This module will equip you with the history, principles, and fundamentals of fingerprint identification, types of fingerprint patterns (arch, loop, and whorl), ridge characteristics, and techniques to record fingerprints. You will also learn about the Henry System of Classification, types of fingerprints found at the crime scene (latent, patent, and plastic prints), and methods of fingerprint lifting and development (physical, fuming, and chemical). This module also introduces you to other impressions like foot, shoe, ear, lip, and palm prints.

    MODULE 5 – QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINATION

    This module will focus on the principles and problems of questioned document examination along with their handling methods, document and handwriting examination techniques, natural variations in handwriting and factors affecting it, types of signature forgeries, examination of different types of documents (altered, indented, charred, etc.), and ways to decipher secret handwriting. You will also learn about typewritten document examination, holographic and allographic documents, counterfeit currency, digital signatures, and anti-money laundering documents.

    MODULE 6 – COMPUTER AND CYBER CRIME

    In this module, you will learn about the history and fundamentals of cyber crimes, types of cyber crime (phishing, cyberstalking, ransomware, DoS, credit card fraud, identity theft, etc.), categories of cyber crime (individual, property, and government), the significance of digital evidence and its types, and steps to be followed while searching for and seizing digital evidence. The module also highlights the cyber crime investigation techniques, tools used for evidence analysis and verification, and precautions to take to enhance the chances of evidence admissibility in court.

    MODULE 7 – FORENSIC BIOLOGY

    In this module, you learn about the significance and history of forensic biology and hair as evidence, including its anatomical structure, stages of growth, and identification techniques. The module also focuses on botanical evidence identification, like those of pollen grains, wood, diatoms, and leaves. You will be introduced to the concept of DNA profiling, sources of DNA, DNA extraction and evaluation techniques, and the forensic significance of DNA profiling, along with step-by-step procedures from procuring evidence to their laboratory examination.

    MODULE 8 – CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES

    In this module, you will learn about criminal investigation techniques, modus operandi, criminal profiling (the art of creating psychological profiles of criminals), and portrait parley (the science of creating composite sketches). The module also focuses on advanced crime detection technologies like polygraph (lie detector test), narco analysis, and brain fingerprinting to extract crucial information from the suspects. Finally, the concepts of voice stress analysis and speaker profiling are covered to decipher vocal clues for investigation.

    MODULE 9 – FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY

    This module focuses on toxicology introduction and its history, the evolution of toxicology, the fundamental principles of toxicology, the classification of poisons based on their properties and effects, and poisons-action mechanism that discusses the working of poison within the human body. You will also learn about the collection and preservation of toxicological exhibits, medico legal aspects and post-mortem examination, poisoning incident management, including the handling of affected individuals, and the significance of toxicological findings in criminal and medical investigations.

    MODULE 10 – FORENSIC PHYSICS

    This module focuses on different types of evidence, like glass, including its historical significance, types and composition, glass fracture, and forensic examination; soil, including its types, composition, and forensic examination; paint, including its history, types, and forensic analysis and examination techniques; and fiber, including its classification and forensic analysis and examination. You will also learn about the restoration of obliterated marks, types of marks, restoration principles and techniques, tire and skid marks, casting, lifting, and forensic examination of tire impressions. Finally, the concept of a tool mark, along with its types, history, and examination methods, is covered.

    MODULE 11 – FORENSIC BALLISTICS

    In this module, you will learn about the history, development, and classification of firearms based on their characteristics and uses, types of ammunition (like projectiles, primers, propellents, cartridges, wads, and percussion cups), types of ballistics, projectile behavior in flight, wound ballistics, and the concept of gunshot injuries. The module also focuses on firearm examination, microscopic examination (inspecting firearm components at a microscopic level), chemical examination using chemical analysis techniques, and instrumental examination, which includes in-depth analysis and comparison of firearms and ammunition.

    MODULE 12 – FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY

    This module covers forensic photography essentials, including its historical evolution, basic principles, photography techniques, components, types of photography (close-up, mid-range, and overall photography), the role of each type in forensic documentation, systematic photography of crime scenes, and document and fingerprint photography. You will also learn how photographs aid in the examination and documentation of injuries and post-mortem cases. The module concludes by shedding light on modern developments in photography, with special emphasis on the impact of digital cameras and digital photographic tools, illustrating how technology has revolutionized forensic photography.

    MODULE 13 – FORENSIC SEROLOGY

    In this module, you will gain insights about forensic examination of body fluids and tissues, the structure and functioning of various body fluids and tissues, historical evolution, examination of blood and blood stains, blood evidence collection, analysis, and interpretation. The module also covers examination of other body fluids like semen, saliva, urine, vomitus, fecal matter, vaginal fluid, and sweat. This module will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to analyze and interpret a wide range of body fluids and tissues.

    MODULE 14 – DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE

    This module focuses on forensic pharmacology and the investigation of drug-related incidents, historical developments in this field, categorization of drugs (narcotics, stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens, etc.), techniques used to identify and analyze drugs, alcohol abuse and its effects on individuals, collection, preservation, and identification of alcohol, and methods to maintain evidence reliability. You will also learn about blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to determine an individual's level of intoxication. Finally, the module explores breath analyzers and the technology and techniques used to assess a person's breath for alcohol content.

    MODULE 15 – FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

    In this module, you will learn about how psychology and the legal system relate to each other, historical evolution, forensic psychiatry, and the role of psychologists within the legal framework, including working as trail consultants, expert witnesses, evaluators, and criminal investigators. The module also focuses on types of personality disorders (cluster A, cluster B, and cluster C), forensic lie detection techniques, and advanced psychological techniques like brain fingerprinting and narco analysis. Finally, you will gain insights about civil and criminal responsibility legal considerations while dealing with mentally ill individuals, along with presenting your psychological findings and assessments in courtroom settings.

    MODULE 16 – FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY

    The module focuses on the history and contributions of forensic anthropology in deciphering mysteries from human remains, the morphological characteristics of bone and skull, human skeletal anatomy, and individualization through bones to determine the individual’s identity. You will also learn about the art and science of reconstructing facial features from skeletal remains, techniques to identify skeletal remains in mass disaster cases, and the role forensic anthropology plays in solving crimes, identifying missing persons, and providing justice.

    MODULE 17 – FORENSIC ENTOMOLOGY

    In this module, you will learn about the role of forensic entomology in solving cases related to decomposed bodies, the history of this study, the study of common insects that colonize a decaying human body, the body decomposition process, factors affecting body decomposition, and the significant role terrestrial and aquatic insects play during forensic investigations to determine the time since death. The module also focuses on applications of forensic entomology in utilizing insect evidence in medico-legal investigations and uncovering hidden clues within decomposing bodies.

    MODULE 18 – FORENSIC MEDICINE

    In this module, you will learn about the role of forensic medicine in cases of injuries, death, and sexual offenses, its historical development, the classification of injuries, including ante-mortem and post-mortem injuries, the aging of injuries and artificial injuries, and the study of stages of death and related processes. The module also focuses on methods and procedures used to determine the cause and manner of death within a legal framework, techniques to examine cases of sexual offence, and the concepts of foeticide and infanticide, along with legal considerations associated with fetal and infant deaths.

    MODULE 19 – WILDLIFE FORENSIC

    This module explores the world of wildlife forensic science, history, protected and endangered animal species, vulnerabilities endangered species are prone to, conventional and modern tools and techniques to identify and examine physical evidence for tracking wildlife crimes, and methods to identify and track animals by their paw prints. You will also learn about the significance of wildlife census methods to determine population sizes, ecological health, and methods to contribute to the conservation of our natural world.

    MODULE 20 – FORENSIC ODONTOLOGY

    In this module, you will gain insights about forensic dentistry, its history and contributions, the role it plays in personal and criminal identification, the structure and characteristics of human teeth, types of teeth and their functions, Gustfson’s Index method of age estimation that estimates the age of an individual based on dental features, human bite mark characteristics, distortion of bite marks, and the role forensic dentistry plays in mass disaster cases in identifying victims. Finally, you will learn about the role and significance of dental anomalies in personal identification.

    MODULE 21 – ARSON & EXPLOSIVE

    This module focuses on arson investigation and explosives analysis, an overview of the chemistry of fire, and arson case investigation (including the location of the point of origin of fire, searching for accelerants, collecting and preserving arson evidence, and forensic examination of arson evidence). After this, you will learn about explosives, their historical background, types of explosives, various substances used to create explosive materials, explosive devices, investigation methods of bombing scenes (pre- and post-bombing scenes), analysis of improvised explosive devices, and finally analysis of explosives to identify explosive material used.

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    Yes, there will be an online exam after completing the course.

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    Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate and marksheet, which can be a valuable addition to your resume and may enhance your career prospects in the field.

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    Malcolm Fairley, “The Fox” Case StudyIn 1984, a vast series of violent sex crimes and break-ins took place throughout Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. When victims of these crimes were interviewed, it was discovered that the offender wore a hood, carried a sawn-off shotgun, and had a Northern-speaking accent. He also wore a watch on his right wrist, was believed to be left-handed, and soon came to be known as The Fox. People from several towns, like Tring, Cheddington, Leighton Buzzard, Milton Keynes, and others, also became victims of his crimes, which included break-ins, assaults, and robberies.On August 17 of the same year, a similar incident took place in Brampton, Yorkshire. The perpetrator broke into a couple's home early in the morning. He tied both of them and thereafter raped the lady. The offender tried to clean himself up by using a part of the sheet covered in his semen. However, he forgot to clean the premises where numerous pieces of evidence, like tire track marks, foot prints, semen-coated bedsheet, shotgun, and tiny dots of yellow paint on a tree branch, were found.The yellow paint fragments proved to be the primary evidence. Upon analysis, it was found that a motor vehicle company named British Leyland used this type of paint, and that too for a specific model: the 1973–1975 Austin Allegro. With the help of this evidence, the police narrowed down the list of suspects and interviewed them. In September, two police officers interviewed a suspect in North London. On reaching the location, they found a young man cleaning a yellow Austin Allegro car outside the premises with several scratches to the paintwork. Now officials were sure that this was the man they were looking for. However, they needed further confirmation. For this, they asked him to put on his watch. And he did so using his left hand. This man, named Malcolm Fairley, was arrested. On further examination, the car paint matched that found at the crime scene. He was tried in February 1985 and was convicted of various crimes, like sexual assault, robberies, and rape. He was sentenced to six life terms in prison.

Benny Sharma

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The course are amazing and the teaching staff is highly cooperative and the way of study is also of top quality.

Raj Vignesh B

5

Wonderfull learning course for beginners. This course is very insightful and broadened my knowledge in the field of forensic science. 

Sharad Srivastava

5
I am quite grateful to be part of this online course, the knowledge I have acquired throughout this course duration is life-changing to me and I recommend those who have not got this opportunity to learn, enroll soon.

I cup my hand in appreciation to the team of SIFS INDIA for the good work they have done in Equipping and giving us directives throughout the course.

Avni Aggarwal

5

Thank you SIFS for giving this opportunity, online sessions for better understanding also have a good facility of providing study material and proper information about everything. The teacher is also very good, experienced and explain everything in proper and effective way. 

 

Instructors

Afreen Tarannum

Afreen Tarannum

Senior Scientific Officer
Dr. Ranjeet Singh

Dr. Ranjeet Singh

Managing Director
Dr. Renu Devi

Dr. Renu Devi

HOD & Assistant Professor
Rajesh Balkath

Rajesh Balkath

Scientific Officer

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