California Criminalistics Institute / Sacramento
Michael F. Giusto, California Criminalistics Institute
Classroom lectures, video recordings and practical workshops, and laboratory exercises.
Students will be required to examine firearms and ammunition components, measure class characteristics, prepare lists of 'possible weapons', determine cartridge designation and weapon chambering, select appropriate test-firing ammunition, and write reports of examination.
Firearm Safety E101 is recommended.
Pre-course reading material may be assigned.
No cost to POST supported or State of California based Law Enforcement agencies. A $600.00 tuition fee will be required of all other public agency, private sector, or out-of-state applicants.