Everett Baxter Jr. has an Associate Degree in Applied Science - EMS and a Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry. He has over 27 combined years in law enforcement. He is currently assigned to the Crime Scene Unit of the Oklahoma City Police Department. Mr. Baxter was previously employed with the Norman Police Department where he worked in the EMS and Patrol Divisions.
Mr. Baxter has had specialized training in Crime Scene Investigations, Homicide Investigations, Basic Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Advanced Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Math and Physics for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Shooting Reconstruction, Crime Scene Reconstruction, Forensic Mapping, Clandestine Grave Investigation, Infrared and UV Photography, Alternate Light Source applications, Strangulation Detection with A Forensic Light Source, Footwear Impression Photography, Digital Photography of Latent Fingerprints, Cold Case Investigations. Immersive 3D Diagramming, as well as a host of other training courses. Mr. Baxter currently teaches or has taught Crime Scene Investigations, Police Photography, Shooting Reconstruction, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and other CSI related classes in the United States and Canada.
Mr. Baxter has presented numerous lectures and seminars at conferences, educational groups and various civic groups in the United States, Canada and South Korea. Mr. Baxter has been court qualified as an Expert in Crime Scene Investigations, Crime Scene Reconstruction, Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Shooting Scene Reconstruction and 3D Sketches in both District Court and federal Court. Mr. Baxter has written papers on the Effects of Cleaning Products on Bloodstains (co-authored), Alternate Light Source. Mr. Baxter has written the books the Complete Crime Scene Investigation Handbook and the Complete Crime Scene Investigation Workbook (CRC Press, May 2015).