Law Enforcement Innovation Center
National Forensic Academy Investigator-Virtual Reality (I-VR)
Registration is now open.
* TN POST certfied for 20 hours*
The National Forensic Academy’s Investigator Virtual Reality (I-VR) is an interactive online training tool designed to provide crime scene investigation training to State and local forensic practitioners made available through a grant from the National Institute of Justice.
The participant works with a virtual instructor to learn how to use the virtual tools, the process, and the skills that are essential to crime scene management and evidence detection. Once the participant completes the virtual lessons, they can use the techniques presented to take on the role of a virtual crime scene investigator – collecting evidence and documenting a virtual crime scene.
This class is a great refresher for the seasoned CSI or for new investigators on the job.
Topics covered include:
- Crime Scene Management
- Latent Print Processing
- DNA Collection
Step 1: Register for the NFA Investigator Virtual Reality course
(Create an account or login with an existing account and register online.)
NOTE: You may be asked to check out via Credit Card, however the amount will read $0.00 and you will not be asked for a card number
Step 2: Login to the online learning system
(If you do not start the course immediately after registering, you may use this link to access it at a later time.)
For assistance with or questions about this course, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "I-VR assistance".
User Guide for IVR (pdf)
Computer System Requirements:
- Windows-based operating system
- 3.0 MHz CPU
- 2 GB RAM
- 5 GB free hard drive space
- 3D hardware accelerated card (NVIDIA/ATI chipset) w/ 128 MB of memory
- standard audio
Phone: (865) 946-3201
Toll Free: (866) 449-5342
Fax: (865) 946-3214