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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and the 3D Mapping software applications are emerging as extremely accurate and efficient tools for crime and accident scene documentation and enhanced investigations. It is remarkable to consider that if it can be seen with the naked eye, or with magnification, with thermal imagery, or with infrared, it can be almost perfectly preserved forever. This new technology is changing how we can best serve the public. In this hands-on course students will:
- Explain unmanned aircraft capabilities
- Describe agency operations and protocols
- Select UAV-CSI equipment and software
- Demonstrate crime/accident scene processing
- Demonstrate expert courtroom testimony
The Los Angeles County Regional Training Center (LACRTC) is not affiliated with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The FAA Remote Pilot Airman Certificate is achieved by successfully completing the FAA Aeronautical Knowledge Test. LACRTC has partnered with FAA testing centers to include the FAA test as part of this course (test fee is included in the tuition).
Course Length: 3 days (24 hours total)
CA POST Approval: 1287-20188-19
Max Class Size: 18 Students
Student Requirements: FAA 107 License
Technical Level: Criminalist, Accident Investigators, Detectives, UAS Operators and Supervisors
Notes: Suggested prior attendance of: LACRTC 48-hour Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator’s Course, or 32-hour Basic Operator’s Course
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