Training

inforce excels in the provision of bespoke training in all aspects of the forensic investigation of mass fatality. We are able to offer a broad range of training products designed to appeal to the individual learning style of every student whilst fulfilling the needs of the client organisation. Our training schemes are designed to prepare both the individual and the organisation for their role in the effective management of a mass fatality investigation.

Mission Planning: including logistics, health and safety, data sourcing and management

Search & Recovery: training in the process of search, survey, site analysis, victim recovery as well as evidence recovery and its management.

Mortuary Operations: planning and commissioning temporary mortuaries for the secure storage, control and examination of mass fatalities and the subsequent recovery and analysis and forensic material.

Disaster Victim Identification (DVI): the controlled, auditable, evidenced and scientific process utilised by all member states of Interpol in order to positively identify the deceased emanating from disaster, crime or misfortune.

Investigative and Legal: techniques for gathering, auditing, analysis and storage of evidence pertaining to human identification and/or breach of law.

Courses

Our training schemes are designed to prepare both the individual and the organisation for their particular role in the effective management of a mass fatality investigation. Designed as modules, our training courses allow the client to select from a ‘Menu of Options’ so as to satisfy their unique requirements without wasteful revisiting of existing skillsets.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Simulation

inforce has a successful track record of using simulation for creating or enhancing practical skills, teamwork and problem solving capabilities. In line with our modular approach to training we are able to customise baseline simulation designs to meet particular training needs and the experience level of the student. Simulation training provides the student with the opportunity to practice and learn those skills which are difficult to address in the classroom environment, for example: field operations; body recovery, mortuary procedures, evidence handling, identification processes and expert witness skills.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Academia

inforce continues to provide academic support to a number universities in the UK. With ready access to an extensive range of experts, practitioners and trainers we are advantageously placed to provide specialist speakers across a vast array of scientific, forensic and emergency planning topics. In addition, as the majority of personnel hold Doctorates or Masters Degrees inforce is well placed to offer student supervision at masters level – a service which it is proud to be currently providing to a number of upcoming scientists.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss your particular needs.