Southeastern Investigative Group

PO BOX 38704

Charlotte, NC 28278

(704) 975-8151

(704) 776-6341

sigroupnc@gmail.com

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Choose what is right for you!

Many investigation courses dictate what subject matter will be taught. Training organizations usually come with an established curriculum whether you need the class or not.

Southeastern Investigative Group believes that law enforcement departments and local community colleges know the training that is needed for their detectives and supported law enforcement agencies. We have an extensive training curriculum to choose from. Our classes are listed in "Menu" style. You and your department find what training you need and we will set up a training course tailored to your needs.

You have a choice from a Basic or an Advanced Homicide course.

You may also tailor the training by choosing classes from each course to develop Agency specific training.

Additional courses offered:

 

Duties of First Responding Officer

          8 hour course - $80 per student


Shooting Reconstruction 

          24 hour course - $190 per student


Basic Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

          24 hour course - $220 per student

 
Wounds and Pattern Injuries

          24 hour course - $190 per student

Crime Scene Investigation Course

           24 hour course - $220 per student

 

Our courses are unique in that 60% of the training is hands on. The courses are organized as follows: EXAMPLES

Homicide  Investigation Course- 40 hours (16 hrs. class/24 hrs. hands-on training).

 

Advanced Homicide Investigation Course- 40 hours (16 hrs. class/24 hrs. hands-on training).

Shooting Reconstruction - 24 hours (8 hrs. class/16 hrs. hands-on training)

 

Is your department on a tight schedule? Call us and we will tailor a course that will fit your department's need.

 

Our courses may be modified to fit your department's needs.

 

 

Course Menu

Advanced Homicide Investigation Course
40 hour course
$350 per student
  • Footwear and Tire Track Impressions
  • Human Skeletal Remains
  • Interview and Interrogation
  • Suicide by Cop
  • Wounds  and Pattern Injuries
  • Natural Deaths
  • In-Custody Death Investigations
  • Infant Death Investigations
  • Cold Case Investigation
  • Search Warrants
  • Altercation Homicides
  • Delayed Murder Investigations
  • Drug Related Murders
  • Robbery Homicides
  • Officer Involved Shootings
  • Basic Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Homicide Investigation Course
40 hour course
$350 per student
  • Duties of First Responding Officer​
  • Duties of Homicide Detective
  • Documentation
  • Sketches and Diagrams
  • Identifying the Victim
  • Area Canvass
  • Suspect Development
  • 911 Analysis
  • Victimology
  • Death by Asphyxiation
  • Fire Death
  • Sexual Homicides
  • Evidence on the Body
  • Crime Scene Reconstruction

Duties of First Responding Officer

The study of responding to a homicide scene, documenting the investigation, area canvass, collection and preservation of evidence, identifying the victim, time of death, and suspect development.  Responding officers to a homicide or death scene is the emphasis of this course. Classroom instruction will be lecture style using PowerPoint presentations. Students will be provided with a Duties of First Responding Officers Course thumb drive.

Shooting Reconstruction Course

This three day course will benefit detectives, crime scene investigators, and anyone involved in the investigation of shooting incidents. This course will help the investigator in identifying, documenting and collecting all the evidence at a shooting scene to assist them in reconstructing the shooting incident. The students will learn how to use the tools necessary to determine the projectile’s trajectory and possible location of the shooter and/or victim at the time of the shooting. Students will also learn to examine the ballistic evidence to determine type of weapons used during the shooting incident. The students will incorporate the lessons learned during the classroom in hands-on scenarios that will enhance the learning process.

Basic Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Documentation

This three day course will benefit crime scene investigators, detectives and anyone involved with law enforcement that investigates crime scenes involving bloodstain patterns. This course will help the criminal investigator in identifying, documenting and collecting all the evidence at a scene, where blood evidence is present, to assist them in reconstructing the incident. The students will learn how to use the tools necessary to determine the blood’s trajectory and possible location of the suspect and/or victim at the time of the incident. Students will also learn to examine the bloodstain evidence to determine the types of events that occurred during the incident. The students will incorporate the lessons learned during the classroom in hands-on scenarios that will enhance the learning process.

Wound and Pattern Injuries

This three day course will benefit crime scene investigators, detectives and anyone involved with law enforcement that investigates crime scenes involving the investigation, interpretation and processing of wounds and pattern injuries. This course will help the criminal investigator in identifying, documenting and collecting all the evidence at a scene, where wounds and pattern injuries are present, to assist in identifying the weapon(s) used. Classroom instruction will be lecture style using PowerPoint presentations. Hands-on training will be conducted in an indoor or outdoor field environment. Students will be provided a Wounds and pattern Injuries Course thumb drive. 

Crime Scene Investigation

This three day course will benefit crime scene investigators, detectives and anyone involved with law enforcement that investigates crime scenes.  The study of responding to a violent crime scene, documentation, photographing, collection and preservation of evidence, shoe & tire tracks, shooting scene, bloody scene, buried body and processing violent assault scenes are the emphasis of this course. Classroom instruction will be lecture style . Hands-on training will be conducted in an indoor or outdoor field environment where the students apply what they learned in scenario based training.