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Property Room MANAGEMENT - TRAINING SEMINAR (IAPE)
From Tuesday, February 26 2013
To Wednesday, February 27 2013
Every day

Sponsor: Virginia Department of Forensic Science

Website: www.IAPE.org
Description: IAPE Property Room Management Training IAPE offers in-depth training in “best-practices” for evidence and property room management. This two-day course provides a unique training opportunity for those responsible for, or actively involved in, the operation, supervision or management of a Property and Evidence Unit. • Network with other professionals from across the nation. • Instructors are recognized experts in the field, with professional and academic credentials. • Course fee includes tuition, student workbook, and study materials. • Each student will receive a certificate of attendance, in addition to the class notebook that includes a CD with example polices and property manuals. Training Course Includes: DNA Storage Issues Audits Inventories Documentation Packaging Standards Design Criteria Shelving / Lockers Space Utilization Bar Codes Security Firearms Handling Narcotics Handling Currency Safeguards Purging Guideline Auction Procedures Diversion Evidence Bio-Hazards / HAZMAT Materials Disposal Procedures Liabilities / Case Studies Accreditation / Certification

Location: Department of Forensic Science North LAb Address: 10850 Pyramid Place City: Manassas State: VA Zip: 20110
Contact: International Association for Property and Evidence Phone: 800-449-4273 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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