To provide the highest quality training based on current scientific research and methodology.
To ensure opinions derived in forensic casework and presented to the courts are valid and underpinned by sound scientific principles.
Register The next course in the USA will be in May 2020 – venue to be announced; and for Canada the OPC, Ontario (August 2020); course are planned for Europe and Australia.
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Host a course: We come to your workplace to teach.
“Thanks again for a great class. I took a tremendous amount of information away from it. You guys are doing a good thing for the BPA community.”
Brad, Pennsylvania State Police
“Loved it! Puts different types of fabrics and their absorption / adsorption properties into perspective.”
Vanessa, Orange County
“I gained a lot of experience simply by writing the prac report. I gained a whole bunch of experience just taking your class, but this report helps me because we have never done a report like this at our agency, so it’s a good starting point for change.”
Ben, Des Moines Police Department
“Great practical sessions, very beneficial to be able to examine swatches under the microscope and create our own patterns for examination.”
“Thank you so much for the class and the sharing of your experience and knowledge.”
Kim, WSP Seattle Crime Laboratory
“I want thank each of you for the incredible course. Both Trevor and I took so much away from the training that we have changed a few aspects of our OPP BPA program relating to clothing.”
“The class was enjoyable and I learned a lot. Thank you (and Mark too) for presenting all of the material; it takes a lot of time and effort to prepare and execute a BPA course. Your hard work was much appreciated!”
Sarah, Greensburg, PA