Underwater Investigator

Underwater Investigator

Underwater Investigator Course Objectives

become an underwater investigator

By using comprehensive tabletop scenarios, the Underwater Investigator Program prepares students to complete investigations recovering: weapons, bodies, vehicles, aircraft and scuba fatalities. This program was originally designed by retired Corporal Robert G. Teather of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. His comprehensive book “The Encyclopedia of Underwater Investigations” is included in the price of this program. Actual case examples are used to recreate real-life investigative scenarios. There are graphic depictions of water-related deaths contained in the textbook as well as in the tabletop scenarios. This program is available in a 1 or 3 day format to accommodate your teams time constrains.

Duration – 2 days (16 hours)
Recommended for – Public safety and forensic investigators who are involved in evidence recovery
Prerequisites – Member of a public safety agency and at least 18 years old