Examination and Investigation of Forensic Evidence in the Field of Criminal Evidence Course

Examination and Investigation of Forensic Evidence in the Field of Criminal Evidence Course


Security Courses


    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.


  • Basic preparation for workers in the areas of evidence and evidence collection and the development of crime detection methods

Who should attend?

  • Those working in the field of forensic investigation, those working in the fields of forensic research, those interested in the fields of forensic sciences, and security supervisors in economic and public establishments.

Course content:

  • Effects and physical evidence in the field of criminal evidence.
  • Code of Criminal Procedure .
  • Criminal laboratories ... their organization ... their equipment. - Examination (traces of fire).
  •  Examination (traces of machines)
  • Examination (the traces of counterfeiting and forgery).
  •  Examination (drug effects)
  • Examination (traces of weapons, ammunition and explosive materials).
  •  Fingerprints: their theory - types - divisions - matching fingerprints.
  • Technical methods for removing fingerprints from different surfaces
  •  Forensic Medicine .
  •  Forensic photography of the scene of the accident - Recording the scene of the accident (photographing / engineering drawing)
  • Technical inspection of the scene of accidents, determination of its scope, and preservation of physical antiquities.
  • Writing and preparing technical reports on accidents.
  • A study on the role of practical and technical criminal investigation in unraveling the ambiguities of some incidents.
  •  Criminal Psychology .
  • Administrative organization of forensic evidence units.
  • Devices, machines and equipment used in the investigation of forensic evidence.