HEF Certified Questioned Document Examiner

January 1, 2024

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Date January 1, 2024 H 12:00
End February 29, 2024 H 02:00
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A questioned document can take various forms, such as identification cards, contracts, wills, titles, deeds, seals, stamps, bank checks, handwritten correspondence, machine-generated documents (from photocopiers, fax machines, and printers), or currency. Forensic document examiners, when conducting examinations, require known specimens for comparison.

In cases involving handwriting, samples are categorized into specimen writing (dictated by investigators) and admitted writing (completed by subjects). These specimens are obtained under controlled conditions, ensuring close monitoring. Good sources of writing specimens include cancelled checks, letters, diaries, signed receipts, medical records, real estate contracts, tax records, or other signed legal documents.

Under the guidance of Deepak R. Handa, Principal Scientific Officer (Retd.), Central Forensic Science Lab (CFSL) CBI Delhi, with 40+ years of experience in handwriting examination, Hawk Eye Forensic ensures students acquire practical knowledge for fruitful results. This program surpasses document analysis, covering functions of document examiners and delving into the intriguing history of questioned documents in India, including real cases.

The program offers:

  • In-depth understanding of obtaining exemplars and various types of document examination.
  • Training in evidence collection, preservation, and courtroom procedures.
  • Exploration of theoretical and practical aspects of handwriting as forensic evidence.
  • Master the skill to identify the variables influencing handwriting production and standards for comparison.
  • Understanding identification theories, examination methodologies, and legal admissibility.
  • Grasping the basics of visual examination, including visual and color theory, measuring tools, and instruments.
  • Learning about simple microscopy, photographic techniques, and the technical description, theory, operation, and practical use of various instrumentation.
  • Acquiring skills to write reports and qualify as an expert witness under Section 45 of the Indian Evidence Act.

 

You can elevate your expertise with this course which not only trains you in questioned document examination but also empowers you to conduct thorough analyses through extensive practice and learning.

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