Blood Pattern Analysis Course I and II

Blood Stain

Hosted by & located at: University of Toronto Mississauga (room location to be announced).
Instructor: Craig C. Moore (Ontario, Canada)
Cost: $500.00 per course level,  cash only - to be paid at the start of day one.

Level 1: May 4-8, 2020
Level 2: May 18-22, 2020

(0800 – 1700 hrs, Monday through Friday)

Please note: A $100 deposit is required by January 31st, 2020 to secure your enrolment.
Deposits may be made in person to Murray Clayton in MN5024. To arrange a deposit time, contact
Registrations without deposit by the deadline will be removed from consideration.



The 40-hour course will provide a firm understanding of bloodstain pattern analysis through a unique blend of:

  • Theory enriched study broken down into BPA history, bio-chemistry, physics, fluid dynamics and trigonometry
  • Hands-on practical experiments with mammalian blood
  • Case presentations

It contains a well established curriculum; peer reviewed by experts in their own-right, all contained in a colour enriched comb bound manual, and is designed to be used as reference guide throughout your career. Unique, singular-use experiment apparatus’ have been designed and refined over the years to provide the best practical hands-on learning experience available.

The course syllabus is on file with the International Association for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (IABPA) and with the International Association for Identification (IAI) since May 2006. It is approved for BPA Certification with the IAI and meets membership criteria with the IABPA. It should be noted the presented material is ever evolving and is under constant revision and refinement by Craig. In November 2014, the IABPA reviewed and re-approved the course. The following year the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI) recognized the course for continuing educational hours.

*Note: Course fees are all inclusive, covering 40 hours of training, cost of materials, & reference manual.

Course Syllabus


  • 16 years experience with the Forensic Services Unit of the Niagara Regional Police Service, Ontario Canada, where he retired in 2015 after 30 years of service.
  • A current IAI Certified Bloodstain Pattern Examiner since 2000.
  • Numerous published articles and in excess of 175 lectures presented.
  • Testified and been accepted as an expert in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis at the General Division and Superior Court of Justice jurisdictional levels in Ontario, the County Court level in New York State and he was also called before a Board of Inquiry with the Canadian Armed Forces to offer expert opinion on a Bloodstain related shooting case.
  • In 2006 the IAI recognized his efforts and awarded him the title, Distinguished Member
  • Stepped down from IAI BPA committee after 12 years of service in 2014 only to be re-appointed in 2016, where he is currently on the Educational sub-committee for BPA

For more information about Craig C. Moore, visit his website at

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