The IPES was intended to bring together practitioners and researchers to enhance information sharing and promote collaboration among the impression and pattern evidence, law enforcement, and legal communities. The symposium also provided unique educational opportunities for impression and pattern evidence examiners. This year's theme was Recognize, Develop, and Implement: Building on our Foundations.

Formal certificates of completion will be provided  for individual modules.

Four Easy Steps:

  1. Visit http://www.forensiced.org/training/courseapp.cfm?csection=IPES%202012
  2. Choose the module you wish to access by clicking on the module title. 
  3. Click the “Register Now” button.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen, and enjoy the course!

Additionally, RTI posted on-demand content from the 2012 NIJ R&D Grantees' Meeting - Forensics Without Borders.

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (www.forensicCOE.org) are pleased to announce that the 2012 R&D Grantees' Meeting, "Forensics Without Borders," is now part of our many On-Demand Events. This FREE event contains presentations and information about recent NIJ R&D efforts. Formal certificates of completion will be provided.

To Register:

  1. Visit https://www.forensiced.org/training/courseapp.cfm?csection=AAFS Grantees Meetings 2012
  2. Choose the module you wish to access by clicking on the module title.
  3. Click the "Register Now" button.
  4. Follow the steps on the screen, and enjoy the course!

Forensiced.org is your source for free, high-quality forensic science training and continuing education. Please let us know if we can assist you in any way.

More information for our upcoming events in our Current Forensic Research Seminar Series will be coming soon on www.forensiced.org and www.forensicCOE.org.