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Steve Chancellor Receives Award
Steve Chancellor is awarded The Military Police Regimental Association’s Order of the Marechaussee. Steve was recognized with the Silver Order of the Marechaussee for his 40 years of extraordinary service as a Military Policeman, active duty Army CID Special Agent and civilian CID Special Agent. Congratulations Steve!!!
Garden City, ID, Staged Crime Scenes
Getting crime scene staging admitted in court: Grant explains the importance of using the scientific method when examining a staged crime scene and preparing the report from a crime scene reconstruction perspective for court testimony.
Garden City, ID, Staged Crime Scenes
Steve explains the victimology and offender behavior Red Flags for identifying staged crime scenes at the Garden City, Idaho, Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course.
Evaluating Bullet Impacts
Grant explains the application of the sodium rhodizonate test for the presence of lead and the dithiooxamide test for the presence of copper when evaluating bullet impacts during the Forensic Aspects of Death Investigation Course at the Potter County Sheriff's Office in Amarillo, Texas.
Book Presentation
Steve presents Sgt Kory Brown of the Potter County Sheriff's Office a copy of his book, Death Investigations, for his outstanding work and assistance in organizing the Forensic Aspects of Death Investigation Course at the Potter County Sheriff's Office in Amarillo, Texas.
Sharp Force Trauma Lecture
Steve discusses the characteristics of stab wounds during the Forensic Aspects of Death Investigation Course hosted by the Potter County Sheriff's Office at Amarillo, Texas.
Adult Sexual Assault Investigation
Steve recently taught his Adult Sexual Assault Investigations Course at Fort Drum, New York. The class had 40 students from the Army, local Sheriff's Office, the New York State Patrol and the New York Attorney General’s office. It was a big success.
Sandy PD, Utah; Staged Crime Scenes
Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course hosted by the Sandy Police Department, Utah. The Sandy PD were wonderful hosts and the students were true law enforcement and forensic professionals. Special thanks to the Training Coordinator, B.L. Smith who has a great facility. In the picture, Steve explains the importance of recognizing the characteristics "offender dichotomy" as a red flag to determining if a crime scene has been staged.
Sandy PD, Utah; Staged Crime Scenes
Grant and Steve presented Stephanie Davies with a copy of their book, "Crime Scene Staging: Investigating Suspect Misdirection of the Crime Scene." Stephanie works at the Cheshire Constabulary in the United Kingdom and is a PhD Student. Stephanie traveled all the way from the UK to attend the course hosted by the Sandy Police Department, Utah. Thanks Stephanie for attending the course.
Sandy PD, Utah; Staged Crime Scenes
Grant and Steve with Stephanie Davies and Barbara Peters who traveled from the United Kingdom to attended the Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course hosted by the Sandy Police Department, Utah.
Staged Crime Scenes
Steve was recently invited to the Netherlands where he lectured to the Dutch Police Academy on investigating staged crime scenes.
Camp Humphreys S. Korea
Steve spent some time on the road teaching staged crime scene investigation to Army CID and civilians at various bases in S. Korea.
Yongsan S. Korea Class Photo
Steve spent some time on the road teaching staged crime scene investigation to Army CID and civilians at various bases in S. Korea.
Daegu S. Korea Staging Course
Students working on practical application cases during the Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course in Daegu S. Korea.
Camp Casey S. Korea Staging Course
Students look on as Steve goes over a case study during the Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course at Camp Casey, S. Korea.
FT Bragg Sex Crimes Course
Steve reviews important aspects of conducting sex crimes investigations during the Sex Crimes Course at Fort Bragg, NC.
Investigating Staged Crime Scenes
Hudson, NH Police Department: Our outstanding host for the 30 April - 1 May, Investigating Staged Crime Scenes two day course. A great group of Officers and Detectives.
Steve Chancelor
Steve explaining the difference between staged and non-staged burglaries and home invasions during the Hudson PD 2 day Investigating Staged Crime Scenes Course.
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