Free Webinar: Forensic Analysis of Paint and Tapes

A free webinar event from Gateway Analytical, Forensic Analysis of Paint and Tapes for Police & Attorneys, will air Wednesday, August 8, 2012 at 1 p.m. EDT. The 30-minute webinar will be presented by David Exline, senior VP & court-qualified trace-evidence expert with Gateway Analytical.


Topics highlighted during the event include:

  • The proper evidence collection and documentation methods for paint and tape evidence
  • The most current testing methods used today for paint and tape evidence
  • The investigative value and limitations of testing paint and tape evidence

This webinar covers the forensic investigation process for paint and tape evidence. Topics include the most current methods used for today’s investigators and discuss the interpretation of paint transfer evidence. Case studies related to the analysis of duct tapes, automotive and architectural paints will also be presented.

Click here to register now.

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