Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation


Our Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation course is perfect for new CSIs and first responders and offers step-by-step guidelines for scene processing and evidence collection.

This course was developed with subject matter experts to provide first-class instruction at your own pace. See description below for details.

Register today using the ‘add to cart’ button. Need an invoice for your agency or group (10+) sales information? Contact nfstc-elearning@fiu.edu.

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This 16-hour course can be taken at your own pace and you will have access for 60 days. A certificate of completion is issued to students successfully completing the course (75% score).

Latent print with acid yellow stainTopics:

  • Physical Evidence
  • Crime Scenes
  • Evidence collection:
    • Biological
    • Trace
    • Latent Print
    • Footwear/Tire Track
    • Tool and Toolmark
    • Firearms

“Please know that these trainings are essential to all law enforcement. I am a Boston Police Officer in the Crime Scene Unit and I was able to apply what I learned at NFSTC down on Boylston Street during the Marathon bombing which occurred on April 15, 2013.”
Police Officer Michael Connolly
Boston Police Department Crime Scene Response Unit

All sales subject to NFSTC@FIU online course terms and conditions.

Additional information

Base Cost


Group Discount

For groups of 10 or more, contact eLearning@nfstc.org for discount pricing.

Can’t buy online?

Contact us at eLearning@nfstc.org.

POST Credits

The Tennessee Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) has approved this course for continuing education credits. Please use your course completion documentation to apply for these credits through the appropriate state channels.
Tennessee: 16 credits

System Requirements

Users will need a computer with internet access.  Modules may also contain Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint documents, and Adobe PDF documents (Adobe Reader). NOTE: Tablets and mobile devices may not allow all course content to function fully.

Need assistance?

For technical assistance or to purchase course access for an agency or group, contact eLearning@nfstc.org.