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FBI forensic course to convene in California

September 8, 2011
by ken

From the ADA – September 6th

Sacramento, Calif.–The Federal Bureau of Investigation‘s
Criminal Justice Information Services Division is sponsoring a workshop
Sept. 17-18 in Sacramento,Calif.,on coding dental forensic information
for the National Crime Information Center and the National Dental Image

The training is designed to provide NCIC dental coding and
NDIR instruction to forensic odontologists and licensed dentists who
wish to provide assistance to law enforcement in identifying missing and
unidentified person cases.

The agenda includes a NCIC overview; missing, unidentified
and wanted person file overview; NCIC Supplemental Dental Record; NCIC
Dental Comparison Algorithms; coding of missing and unidentified person
records; interpreting NCIC Cross Match Reports; and NDIR overview and
submission, among other possible topics.

Attendees will receive a certificate for 16 hours of training
at the end of the course. Participants should check with their state
boards of dentistry or association to see if continuing education
credits are accepted.

Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served
basis and only 45 slots are available. Registrants should be licensed
dentists and will be required to submit a copy of their license to
register. For additional information, please send an email to Kathleen
Oldaker at kathleen.oldaker@leo.gov.


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