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PRESERVING EVIDENCE INTEGRITY AT CRIME AND DEATH SCENES is a 20 hour continuing education training program that can be applied towards your National and State Level Recertifications!

Our training program consists of 38 e-learning modules offered to all first responders who have a vested interest in maintaining the integrity of crime and death scene evidence.

Preserving Evidence Integrity at Crime and Death Scenes

Training Modules

PMI-1 Introduction of Postmortem Interval
PMI-2 The Changes in the Body After Death
PMI-3 The Mortises
PMI-4 Other Noticeable Signs of Death
PMI-5 Declaration of Death
AICSI-1 General Provisions
AICSI-2 Definitions
AICSI-3 Conduct of the First Responder
AICSI-4 Scene Safety on a Crime Scene
AICSI-5 Victim Resuscitation
AICSI-6 Declaration of Death
AICSI-7 Do Not Resuscitate Orders
AICSI-8 Medical-legal Considerations
AICSI-9 Evidence Preservation
AICSI-10 Motor Vehicle Collision Scenes
AICSI-11 Suicide Scenes
AICSI-12 Sudden Unexplained Infant Death
AICSI-13 Drug Overdose Scenes
AICSI-14 Sexual Assault Scenes

AICSI-15 Mandatory Reporting
AICSI-16 Mass Casualty Scenes
AICSI-17 Active Shooter Scenes
AICSI-18 Fire Scenes
AICSI-19 Public Transportation Accident Scenes
AICSI-20 Military Accident Scenes
AICSI-21 Secondary Crime Scene – Hospital
AICSI-22 Secondary Crime Scene – Ambulance
AICSI-23 Evidence Chain of Custody
AICSI-24 Consent for Evaluation and Treatment
AICSI-25 Patient Privacy and Confidentiality
AICSI-26 Photography on the Scene of a Crime
AICSI-27 Legal Blood Draw
AICSI-28 Interacting with Next of Kin
AICSI-29 The Wellbeing of the First Responder
AICSI-30 Documentation
AICSI-31 Public Records Request
AICSI-32 Information Request by Subpoena
AICSI-33 Deposition and Court Appearances

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YOUR NEED

Preserving Evidence Integrity at Crime and Death Scenes is an online training program that can be applied to your national and state recertification requirements.

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OUR SOLUTION

Preserving Evidence Integrity at Crime and Death Scenes is an online training program consisting of 38 e-learning modules worth 20 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs).

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Our Goal

The goal of American Institute of Crime Scene Integrity is to provide the information and education to make all first responders part of the movement that ensures the integrity of all crime and death scene evidence.

Our Educators

DR. BOBBY R. LEWIS, DMD, MD, FACEP
Dr. Lewis is an Associate Professor and Vice-Chair for clinical operations in the Department of Emergency Medicine at The University of Alabama in Birmingham.

PHILIP D. METZ, NRP, FP-C
Phil is a Certified Flight Paramedic with Air Methods Corporation. He is also the Medical Division Chief at Okaloosa Island Fire District.

EMILY SPEED, F-ABMDI
Emily is a Board Certified Medicolegal Death Investigator with the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI) and a Senior Forensic Investigator.

THOMAS C. VOLKMAN
Mr. Volkmann has practiced law since 1981 and is a partner in the firm of Spiecker, Hanlon, Gormley & Volkmann, LLP.

LINDA TIEFEL, RN
Linda Is a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). In 2005, Lynda became certified by the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) as a Sexual Assault Nurse
Examine-Adult/Adolescent (SANE-A).

LEE HAMILTON
Lee Hamilton has been an Alabama State Trooper for over 24 years. He has been in the Agency’s Aviation Unit for 21 years, serving as the Unit Commander and Chief Pilot flying both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.

KELLIE O’DARE, PH.D., MSW, MPA
Dr. O’Dare is an Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management with the Institute of Public Health at Florida A&M University. She holds a Ph.D. in Social Work from Florida State University, where she also earned both Master of Social Work (MSW) and Master in Public Administration (MPA) degrees.