Reading and Interpreting Bloodstain Patterns and Spatter

Bloodstain patterns tell a story; investigators must interpret and use the information they provide to help solve the crime. Attending participants learn the types, designs, and shapes of bloodstain patterns, and how the volume of blood, amount of force, and directionality of the force can form consistent patterns. This detailed session will help your tales zing with realism, including correcting an often misrepresented term. Is it Spatter, or Splatter? One is appropriate. The other is not.

Location: CC218/CC220

Holly Maas

Dan Feucht

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