About a year ago, I attended a training on crime scene preservation presented by Randy Krantz, Commonwealth’s Attorney for Bedford County, VA.  I selected this course as part of my continuing education as a paramedic and wilderness rescue technician.  This interested me as I can often be in situations which have the potential to become law enforcement investigations.

The class was focused on how to effectively manage a scene in a way that allows life saving assessment and treatment with a minimal impact on police forensics.  We also delved into the psychology and pathology of what makes someone commit criminal acts. Continue Reading →