Footprint evidence is often the most overlooked evidence at many crime scenes. These unique clues can be critical to the identification of suspects, as well as their pattern of movement. However, all too often, footprint evidence is destroyed before it is documented.
In this session, attendees will learn to search for and to collect footwear evidence through attendees will learn to search for and collect footwear evidence using powder, oblique light, gel lifters, and electrostatic dust lifter and electrostatic dust lifting. Attendees will also learn about class and individual characteristics and how a shoe can be used to tie people to a scene.