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Training

The Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory offers classes throughout the year and upon special request to law enforcement and attorneys. Tours of the lab are scheduled throughout the year for the community.

Current Classes Offered

January 2019
01/23                     Crime Scene Processing                                         Ketchikan, AK
01/24-01/25          Advanced Crime Scene Processing                      Ketchikan, AK
01/29-01/31         Breath Test Supervisor School Certification        Anchorage, AK
01/29-01/30         Breath Test Supervisor School Recertification    Anchorage, AK

February 2019
02/05                     Crime Scene Processing                                     Valdez, AK
02/06-02/07          Advanced Crime Scene Processing                  Valdez, AK

October 2019
10/08-10/10         Breath Test Supervisor School Certification        Anchorage, AK
10/08-10/09        Breath Test Supervisor School Recertification    Anchorage, AK

November 2019
11/19                     Crime Scene Processing                                     Anchorage, AK
11/20-11/21          Advanced Crime Scene Processing                  Anchorage, AK

For more classes offered through the Alaska Police Standards Council please go to https://dps.alaska.gov/apsc/calendar
 
If you are interested in requesting training for your agency please contact the Training Coordinator, Carly Wiehe at dps.train.coordinate@alaska.gov or 907-269-0960. Below is a list of classes offered by the Crime Lab Employees that are APSC Certified. Some of these classes can be tailored to the needs of your agency upon request. Law Enforcement is given registration priority.


Course Catalog

 
Chemistry
Forensic Biology
Contact DNA
Sexual Assault Kit

Physical
Latent Prints
Footwear Impressions
The lab does offer tours upon request and availability of staff. If you would like to join a tour contact the Training Coordinator, Carly Wiehe at dps.train.coordinate@alaska.gov or 907-269-0960. Tours generally last one to two hours and are scheduled approximately two times a month.