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The Kaleidoscope System is distributed in nearly 30 countries by the most distinguished Distributors in the world. Invented by Dr. Laura Pettler with marvelous and tremendous contributions from Dr. Galen Collins along with other significant contributors synthesizes the essence of crime scene evidence at its optimum peak. “Kaleidoscope” replaced Carolina Forensics’ first product line, the 2009 Tubular Dowel Crime Scene Reconstruction co-invented with Billy Scoggins and Kelly Aldridge. Four years of practice and research shaped Dr. Pettler’s vision for Kaleidoscope coupled with the response from our Distributors and forensic practitioners has been filled with excitement and relief...finally one system that meets all the objectives of crime scene reconstruction practitioners.
- What is the Kaleidoscope System?
- Why GoKaleido over other systems out there?
- Capabilities of the Kaleidoscope System
Why take this course?
This course will introduce the Kaleidoscope System and list all its components. Coming soon...register for Introduction to the Kaleidoscope System Online Course to watch How-To Videos and walk through various scenarios using the Kaleidoscope System.
Crime Scene to Courtroom Benefits
- GoKaleido "bling"
- Easy to use
- Fast and efficient
- Effective and accurate
LPAIFI Program Outcomes
Here is an example of the program outcomes:
The LPAIFI Online is not just any online school because it is set up like a university, but for continuing education. Unlike most other continuing education companies, our courses are not just haphazardly thrown together. Rather all our courses are structurally sound and are designed to be able to prove they teach what they're supposed to teach and measure student success. Why take a course if it is a waste of your time because it is disorganized and disjointed? All of our courses are based on pursing these six goals...our six Program Outcomes:
- Foundation: Recognize the historical foundations and contemporary theories associated with the topic as it relates to law enforcement today
- Problem-Solving: Analyze scientific principles related to the topic in order to solve a diversity of problems associated with complex situations.
- Laws and Procedure: Analyze the purposes for the laws, policies, and procedures related to the topic.
- Research: Analyze basic research methods, for gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data in relation to specific investigative needs.
- Communication: Communicate in oral and written formats analytical, synthesized, and accurate evaluated pertinent information using technology and other resources.
- Utilization: Develop open-mindedness to diverse sources to enhance operational performance and apply skills based on this concept.
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These are example objectives that you will see in the "regular" classes. These objectives are just so you learn what to expect in the regular school by way of a FREE class.
- Explore the history and foundation of the theory of the Kaleidoscope System (Outcome #1).
- Analyze how the Kaleidoscope System can be used to help resolve the case (Outcome #2).
- Analyze how the Kaleidoscope System can be used to help increase procedural application in the crime scene (Outcome #3).
- Analyze how research-based scientific homicide investigation is the most effective way to investigate staged cases using the Kaleidoscope System (Outcome #2 and 4).
- Demonstrate comprehension and ability to synthesize critical in written format related to the Kaleidoscope System (Outcome #2, 4, & 5).
- Demonstrate ability to consider alternatives to solving cases using the Kaleidoscope System (Outcome #6).