Upcoming Training Dates

No scheduled trainings at this time. Please check back in January 2018.

Please note: Beginning in 2016, all Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Forensic Interviewers wishing to attend the Advanced Forensic Investigation Training must have attended a Basic Forensic Interview Training (BFIT) within ONE year of the date of the Advanced Training they apply for.
For a list of upcoming BFITs, please CLICK HERE.


Law Enforcement Application

Prosecutor/Designated Forensic Interviewer Application

DCS investigators: If you are interested in attending this training, please contact Melissa Cooper at MCooper@azdes.gov


Registration Fees

Detectives- $100

Please note: This fee has gone down temporarily, as a limited number of full scholarships are available for detectives to attend AFIT in September & November 2017. The detectives who receive these scholarships will be charged only a $100 material fee.

Prosecutors and Forensic Interviewers: $600

Note: Please do not send funds with your application. You will be notified whether or not you have been admitted into the training the week after the application deadline, and will be sent an confirmation form and invoice if admitted.


What is the Advanced Forensic Investigation Training (AFIT)?

This 40-hour experiential training is for detectives, DCS investigators, prosecutors and forensic interviewers.  It is funded in part by ASU and the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family, and requires Basic Forensic Interview Training as a prerequisite.  It teaches investigation and interviewing skills of children who are victims of or witnesses to crimes.

Unfortunately, we can no longer offer AZPOST credit for AFIT.

For questions about Advanced Forensic Investigation Training, please contact Claire Louge, Director of Training and Outreach, at Claire@pcaaz.org.