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Steven Ploharski
Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2001 - 06:25 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I am currently looking for a position in the field of Crime Scene Investigations. I have completed numerous classes including 40 hour FBI classes in the following, Fingerprint Classification, Advance Latent Print Comparisions and Latent Print Photography. Also have completed the following 40 hour classes through Northwestern University. Crime Scene Technology, Blood Splatter Evidence and Advance Photography. I have received training form Az. DPS on AFIS and have experience with AFIS to include latent prints and 10 prints.

I have processed close to a 1000 crime scenes including homicides, sexual assaults, officer involved shooting, traffic accidents, serial rapist and more. I have received numerous commendations for my work in the field and have received an award from Arizona State University for work I completed on a serial rapist. I have also received 2 life saving awards.

I have a a great deal of experience in the use of chemical to enhance latent prints. I also have a great deal of experience in photography and darkroom experience.

I worked in this field for 8 years and have taught at the Phoenix Police Academy and I am an Arizona Post Certified Instructor. I have taught classes for citizens academies, International Property Tech. Assocations and in-service training.

I am willing to relocate.

If interested please contact me at the following
E-mail address. TMP3092@YAHOO.COM

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