Industry Training



For professional training and education on evidence management, Arrowhead Forensics recommends Evidence Management for Law Enforcement.

Evidence Management for Law Enforcement, LLC, is committed to advance the knowledge and expertise for all law enforcement personnel on the issues involved in the handling, storage, maintenance and disposition of evidence. Training courses offered are Basic Evidence Management, Evidence Management for Supervisors, Developing a Procedures Manual, Evidence Unit Audits, and more!

Joyce Riba is the owner and lead trainer for Evidence Management for Law Enforcement. Her law enforcement career spanned more than 30 years with FPD in Fresno, Calif., with assignments including Patrol Field Commander, Investigations, and a variety of Special Units.

During five years of her tenure with FPD, Lt. Riba had primary responsibility for its Property and Evidence Control Unit, which she completely reorganized and increased staffing from three to 12 full-time positions. Lt. Riba now shares her experiences and expertise with Evidence Unit personnel to help educate and assist in the professional field of Evidence Management.




Arrowhead Forensics recommends Forensic Pieces as another great professional training resource. 

Forensic Pieces is dedicated to helping the law enforcement community put together the 'Forensic Pieces' through Education and Professional Consulting. The company offers over 25 years of experience in all aspects of forensic investigation. Forensic Pieces' instructors are specialized in photography, tire track and footwear, fingerprints, and bloodstain amongst other disciplines and are expanding as technologies and interests arise.

Janice Johnson is the president and owner of Forensic Pieces. She is retired from the State of Florida with over forty years in law enforcement. She began her career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C. as a fingerprint examiner.

After ten years with the F.B.I., Jan decided to do something more exciting and crime scene analysis was the answer. She is certified by the International Association for Identification as a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst and was a Senior Crime Laboratory Analyst for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in Pensacola, until June of 2001 serving over twenty-two years. Jan has taught numerous courses in the areas of both Crime Scene and Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation in the United States and abroad to include South Africa, Brazil, Bermuda, El Salvador, and Costa Rica.