Fundamentals of Postmortem and Medico-Legal Examinations

Fundamentals of Postmortem and Medico-Legal Examinations

SIFS India's trainees visited Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, where they received practical insights into the fundamental procedures of postmortem examinations and medico-legal examinations of deceased bodies. This hands-on experience helped them understand the essential aspects of forensic medicine and the critical role it plays in legal and medical contexts.

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Crime Scene Reconstruction: Hands-On Blood Pattern Analysis Training

Crime Scene Reconstruction: Hands-On Blood Pattern Analysis Training

Blood pattern analysis offers a lot of information about the crime. As part of the crime scene investigation training at SIFS India, trainees had the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in reconstructing crime scenes through blood pattern analysis (BPA).

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Night Crime Scene Investigation

Night Crime Scene Investigation

Crimes can occur at any place and time and hence require preparedness. To simulate real-world scenarios, a special mock drill was organized by SIFS India for students. In this exercise, a nighttime-like environment was recreated, allowing students to learn the art of conducting thorough examinations, regardless of when or where they occur.

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Poison Crime Scene Investigation

Poison Crime Scene Investigation

A hands-on session, in the form of a mock drill, was organized by SIFS India for students. In this exercise, students actively engaged in the investigation process and collected trace evidence from the body of an alleged victim. This practical experience helped them learn how to apply their forensic skills and collect evidence involving potential victims.

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Acid Attack Scene Investigation & Documentation

Acid Attack Scene Investigation & Documentation

Every crime scene is unique and requires a customized approach. Trainees were given a practical session on techniques to thoroughly document the crime scene, especially the acid attack scene, before proceeding with the collection and packaging of evidence.

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Double Murder Crime Scene Reconstruction Exercise

Double Murder Crime Scene Reconstruction Exercise

A special double murder crime scene recreation exercise was carried out for the students of SIFS India. This exercise aimed to help them recognize that evidence can often be discovered in the most unexpected places, emphasizing the importance of a persistent and thorough investigative approach.

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Certificate Distribution Ceremony

Certificate Distribution Ceremony

Trainees at SIFS India, after successfully completing the training program, received certificates to acknowledge and celebrate their hard work and achievements. The training will prove to be a significant milestone in their forensic education and career development.

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Cyber Crimes and the Use of Forensic Toolkits

Cyber Crimes and the Use of Forensic Toolkits

A specialized cyber forensics training session was conducted for the students to gain knowledge about different types of cyber crimes and how to use the forensic toolkits. These sessions equipped students with the essential skills and knowledge required to tackle the complex challenges presented by cyber crime. 

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Art of Analyzing Lip Prints as Forensic Evidence

Art of Analyzing Lip Prints as Forensic Evidence

Lip prints like fingerprints can also leave distinctive impressions when they come into contact with a surface. In this practical session, students were educated about the proper procedures for collecting lip prints and the subsequent examination processes. This practical training equipped them with the essential skills for analyzing lip prints as potential evidence during forensic investigations.

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Techniques to Develop, Collect, and Preserve Unseen Impressions

Techniques to Develop, Collect, and Preserve Unseen Impressions

Latent fingerprints are the most common type of evidence found at a crime scene. This hands-on session equipped students with the techniques to develop, collect, and preserve latent fingerprints on various surfaces.

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Casting Method for Shoe Print Development

Casting Method for Shoe Print Development

Shoeprints are commonly encountered at crime scenes. Although they might not provide exact personal identification information, they can lead the investigators to the offender. As part of the training, students learned how to develop shoeprints using the casting method, including the process to recognize, document, and preserve shoeprint evidence.

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Biology Department Establishment | SIFS India

Biology Department Establishment | SIFS India

A glimpse of the biology division at SIFS India. Due to the rising number of violent crimes, we have observed an increasing inflow of biological evidence for analysis. To cater to the demand for these services, we have established a dedicated biology wing within our organization.

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Mastering the Art of Fingerprinting with Practical Skills

Mastering the Art of Fingerprinting with Practical Skills

A hands-on fingerprint taking session was conducted for the students to help them gain practical skills about the usage of a fingerprinting kit, a fingerprint card for recording impressions, and knowledge about legible and illegible prints.

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Traditional and Contemporary Secret Message Writing Methods

Traditional and Contemporary Secret Message Writing Methods

Secret message writing styles have persisted throughout history. A hands-on session was conducted for the trainees to make them aware of the traditional and contemporary methods of concealing and revealing hidden messages. The students gained insights about the methods to decode concealed information and how to use it as a tool in forensic analysis and investigative work.

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Crime Prevention | National Conference| ISCA, Sagar Chapter

Crime Prevention | National Conference| ISCA, Sagar Chapter

Dr. Ranjeet Singh, along with Dr. Harsh Sharma, Dir. FSL Sagar, shared his knowledge during a national conference on "The Role of Science and Technology in Crime Prevention," organized by the B.T. Institute of Excellence, Sagar, and the Indian Science Congress Association.

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