Basic Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Workshop / In-ServiceUp one level
The goal of this program is to provide introductory Digital Photography training to uniformed patrol officers, and law enforcement first responders, who have the potential of encountering, documenting, and/or collecting physical evidence in conjunction with a traffic stop, street encounter, or as a result of a routine call for service.
- Photographing evidence recovered from a vehicle during a traffic stop and a street encounter
- Field photography of suspects, arrestees, and gang members
- First responder property crime photography i.e. burglaries, graffiti, criminal trespass/destruction to property
- First responder crimes against person’s photography i.e. domestic violence suspect/victim photography,
physical assaults, death scenes and non-criminal industrial accidents
- Basic traffic crash scene documentation
Attendees are responsible for all travel, lodging and meal expenses.
Each student attending this training will receive a digital camera system, media, photographic scales, and photo- logs.
Prerequisites For Attendance
There are no prerequisites for this training, other than the participants must serve in a law enforcement capacity at a qualified state, local, tribal, or campus law enforcement agency. This program should be reserved for line level uniformed officers and first responders.
Training locations denoted with a “*” indicate programs set aside for rural law enforcement officers. Preference for admission into these programs is given to non-federal law enforcement officers or other emergency responders working in rural areas. “Rural” is defined as any area outside of a metropolitan statistical area (MSA), as defined by the Office of Management and Budget; or any jurisdiction inside of a MSA located in a county, borough, parish or land under the jurisdiction of an Indian Tribe with a population of no more than 50,000. Please visit Eligibility Requirement for more information.
Non-rural applicants will be admitted on a space-available basis approximately 35 days prior to the program’s start date.
If you prefer to go directly to the registration database, or if you already have an account and password, go to https://registration.fletc.gov.
Call 1-800-743-5382 or E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference the name of the program.
- *Rosebud, SD -- Mar 06, 2013
- *Albuquerque, NM -- Mar 27, 2013
- *Monroe, WA -- Apr 16, 2013
- *Hoquiam, WA -- Apr 18, 2013
- *Elko, NV -- Apr 24, 2013
- *Perkins, OK -- May 08, 2013
- *Pine Ridge, SD -- May 22, 2013
- *Holbrook, AZ -- Jun 05, 2013
- *Reserve, KS -- Jun 19, 2013
- Lubbock, TX -- Aug 06, 2013
- *Pojoaque, NM -- Aug 21, 2013