ID-Public Safety Diving Forensic Investigative Procedures Workshop – FREE TRAINING June 29, 2020 1800 – 2100 hours – date correction

 Public Safety Diving Underwater Forensic Investigative Procedures Workshop (1800 – 2100 hours)

June 29, 2020 –  Hayden, ID hosted by Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office FREE WORKSHOP –in conjunction with their Aquatic Death and Homicidal Drowning Investigations class June 29-30, 2020.

This indoor workshop combines lectures and hands-on drills. It is an intensive, dynamic, state-of-the-art program by Zaferes, a 26 year veteran of the PSD field .

Click here to see the flyer with class description, and registration form.

The following are examples of the topics we will address during this workshop in addition to answering your questions and concerns:

  • The most effective SARR procedures.
  • What should be in SOP/SOG to protect safety and liability of team members and the department.
  • Blackwater and debris-filled dives
  • Dives in currents greater than 1 knot
  • Common safety mistakes
  • Costly equipment purchasing errors.
  • The most proven contingency procedures.
  • Entanglement risk prevention and mitigation.
  • Small evidence search and recovery.
  • Boat Operations
  • Thin Ice Diving Operations
  • Large Area Search Operations
  • Court-Ready Documentation of U/W and top-side scene
  • Evidence recovery & processing
  • What every PSD team should document in regards to postmortem changes
  • Homicidal Drowning Investigation
  • What must be photographed ASAP
  • Prove and document that your search was completely accurate. Prove: If you did not find it – it was not there!
  • Aquatic witness interviewing skills.
  • Maintaining skills with little to no budgets
  • Keeping up team morale.
  • Aquatic Sexual Sadism

Includes educational Handout package with CD

For general information about Lifeguard Systems training and equipment, call Karen or Brandon at (845) 657-5544 or e-mail us.

Click here to see Lifeguard Systems’ calendar of upcoming trainings and presentations!

Author: Karen Thomas-Malloy

Karen has been with Lifeguard Systems as since 2003. As the General Manager since 2004, she is happy to help with any questions!

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