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Click image to download "Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography" by Arthur Borchers

Arthur Borchers is currently an adjunct instructor for the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy at the College of DuPage and a Forensic Consultant with Larsen Forensics & Associates, both in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.  
He has advanced training and experience in photography, photogrammetry, firearms, shooting incident, crime scene, and traffic crash reconstruction.  Borchers retired from the Oak Park (Illinois) Police Department in 2013.

Click image to download "Angular Correction of Forensic Photgraphs" by Arthur Borchers

Click image to read:  "Economical Light Sources" by Phil Sanfilipo

Phil’s law enforcement career spanned nearly 33 years. He was employed by the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) in Miami, Florida for over 30 years and retired at the end of 2011. For the last 18 years of his career, Phil was the Coordinator of Forensic Training Programs at the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training Institute.   Mr. Sanfillipo is currently the Director of Training Programs at Tritech Forensics.

Phil is a State of Florida Certified Law Enforcement Instructor and a Certified Evidence Photographer. He is a past- president and past chairman of the board of directors of the International Association for Identification (IAI), from 2010-2012. He is also a past-president and past chairman of the board of directors of the Florida Division of the IAI, from 2004-2005.

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Click image to download "Specialized Tools for Forensic Investigations:  The Trace Mark Microstamp" by Steven Jones

Click image to download "The Imporatnce of Understanding Full-Spectrum Photography When Purchasing a Forensic Camera" by Phil Sanfilippo.

Click Image to download "Photographing Evidence Beyond Visible Light" by Jerry Richards

Gerald B. Richards (Jerry) graduated with a BS degree in Photography in 1966 and a MS in Education degree in 1967, from Southern Illinois University (SIU). He was a Special Agent with the FBI for 23 years until his retirement at the end of 1993. While in the FBI he was assigned as an investigator in the Atlanta and Baltimore Divisions and then to the FBI Laboratory acquiring three areas of expertise,  Questioned Document Examinations, Photographic Examinations, and a third area of specialization, Espionage Tradecraft.  For over 15 years he was an adjunct professor at The George Washington University, in Washington, DC or Oklahoma State University, teaching graduate level forensic courses.