Investigative Genetic Genealogy For Law Enforcement - Sworn Personnel

Easily Go From "Whodunnit?" To "He or she did it!" And Solve More Cases With DNA!

Nothing is better than catching the perpetrator, helping to achieve justice for the victim, their family, friends and loved ones. Nothing is worse than having no suspects, no leads, no resources or time, and having no explanation other than, "We've done everything we can."

Easily go from "Whodunnit?" to "He or she did it!" using Genetic Genealogy. Through the remarkable use of DNA, technology and genealogy, it is possible to isolate a suspect and go from an "unknown suspect" (UNSUB) to a family name and possibly even the perpetrator themselves quickly and easily. It really is that simple. I'm living proof.

Instead of spending hours canvassing a neighborhood, talking to endless witnesses and fielding a multitude of fruitless hotline calls, let the DNA do the work for you.

Along with a complete genetic profile, the available technology and our training, you will have all the tools needed to locate your suspect pool or singular suspect in many times a matter of weeks, days or hours.

Our sixteen-hour live, online training includes:

  • The background on genetics and genealogy and how it applies to these cases
  • Locating, identifying and understanding the technology needed
  • Hands-on training working with real DNA profiles and genealogy data
  • A workbook with cheat sheets, check lists and shortcuts
  • Information on available grants
  • Forensic DNA and Genetic Genealogy testing labs to develop the profile
  • Information on options to set up your Genetic Genealogy Investigations division and how to obtain support personnel if needed.

How Do I Attend?

Our live online classes are held twice a week, for two hours each day, so that you have time to absorb the lesson and implement it on your own, in your active cases, outside of class. We then discuss your findings in the next class and build upon what you have learned.

As a bonus, to continue building your skills, we have a private law enforcement only group specific for this training, where you can ask questions, speak with other investigators and your instructor, while further honing your skills as you work your cases.

Why Take This Class?

There are way too many cases going unsolved. With biological evidence and a genetic profile you CAN get suspects and narrow your focus. Why would you not, when DNA can lead the way?

Learn more on my website.

Why This Instructor?

Because I have been in your position. As a major case detective, I too was tasked with figuring it all out. Usually with little to no information. Statistics count and so does getting justice for your victims.

I didn't choose to learn DNA and genetic genealogy, it chose me when I found out that almost my entire family was not as I had known it. I had to start from scratch and over close to 5 years, I've immersed myself in everything genetics, genealogy and have developed the quickest way to the results - be it my family or your suspect.

I am able to take something that was totally devastating and turn it into something amazing, continuing my passion for law enforcement and making a difference. Enroll today to join me on that path to clear more cases and catch more people.

Class Dates

We have classes beginning each month for sworn officers, support personnel, and others. Please see our website for upcoming dates and times and to register.

Please contact us to have an in-person training at your department or academy. Visit our website for more information. Donate to have an officer from your department trained for free.

Taught by Christine Burke, retired police detective, who is a Certified International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards & Training (IADLEST) instructor.

"This is a terrific course..."

- Agent, Director, Federal Law Enforcement Academy

"I was immediately impressed with her technical, teaching and communication skills."

- Larry Ludwig, Retired LE, Vice President of Acceptance Insurance Special Investigations Fraud Unit

"Christine is a very honest person and dedicated to her profession. She is motivated to find the truth in her investigations. She has a strong standing in her community and is very well-respected."

- John MacVeigh, Retired FBI Agent, Current Private Investigator

Your Instructor

Christine Burke
Christine Burke

Christine combines her personality and experience in her consulting, educational, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

She is a retired police detective and sergeant and law enforcement trainer.

She is the owner of, and supervisory investigator for, Strategic Intelligence Services PLLC, a global full-service private investigative and process service agency located in Arizona.

Christine is a qualified Expert Witness in the area of police procedure and culture.

She combines a love for her work and charitable causes in Help Solve The Case, which donates investigative resources to review, investigate, and solve cold cases, wrongful convictions and DNA and genetic genealogy cases.

Christine worked as a police officer in South Florida, in the positions of officer, detective and sergeant.

Christine volunteered her time with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Posse instructing, as one of the DUI Task Force Coordinators, as part of the Dignitary Protection Team, and facilitating interstate prisoner transport.

Christine was a Board Director for Dress For Success of NE Florida and supported the Humane Society of NE Florida.

Christine holds a Master's Degree in Business Organizational Management, a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice/Psychology and has completed over 200 continuing education classes.

Christine consults in both the business and criminal justice areas and she relishes the chance to tell a good story or provide technical expertise.

In 2016 Christine was featured as a guest speaker on marketing for the Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators (AALPI), in 2014 a featured investigator for Investigation Discovery ID TV, and she also enjoyed her on screen role as a police officer in The Maddening, a motion picture starring Burt Reynolds and Angie Dickenson.

Frequently Asked Questions

When And How Is The Course Offered?
The course is offered at various times during the year taught live or online. Our live classes are held one hour per day, for 8 days, to allow time in between sessions to work on cases utilizing the materials taught during the previous session.
I See A Scholarship Application - What Is That?
Occasionally we have the ability to offer scholarships to departments and personnel based on demonstrated need. We recommend that you do apply and we will do our best to accommodate you.

This course is closed for enrollment.