Nevertheless, Linnell Burton is a Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Teacher for the Georgia public school system. Linnell discovered her passion for educating and facilitating crime scene investigation techniques and criminal justice to high school and college-level students. She began teaching in the State of Georgia School System in December 2010 where she educated, mentored, and inspired students of all ages to be a success in and outside of the classroom. She teaches Criminal Justice and Forensic Science courses in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Furthermore, Linnell’s passion and drive to teach as many age groups possible in the community led her to create and develop the mission and vision of the Blueprint Camp on March 9, 2013 - CSI training program for anyone interested in crime scene investigation as a profession or hobby. Her positive personality is a true benefit and bonus to the experience of becoming a blueprint camper.
In addition, Blueprint Camp, L.L.C., is an Insured, Certificate of Registation Copyrights, Trademark and Licensed Limited Libility Corporation with many partnerships with the Georgia of Department of Education, GSTA-Georgia Science Teachers Association, CTAE-Career, Technical, City Government, Agricultural and Education Organization, Non-profit Organizations, Colleges, and Universities in the State of Georgia.
Our organization has been certified as a(an) Small Business Enterprise (SBE), African American Business Enterprise (AABE), and Female Business Enterprise (FBE). We are delighted to service the youth around the world and provide exceptional forensic science educational studies through our highly-interactive hands-on-training. We teach real-life Crime Scene Investigations.
The Founder of Blueprint Camp L.L.C., Linnell M. Burton is a Certified Crime Scene Technician by the P.O.S.T Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) and a Certified Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Instructor by the American Heart Association. She is affiliated with the four outstanding educational and professional organizations; Georgia Science Teachers Association (GSTA), Georgia International Associations of Identification (GAIAI), the International Associations of Identification (IAI), and the American Camp Association (ACA).
Furthermore, Ms. Burton has trained Science Teachers of Georgia for Professional Learning Development in the concentrated area of forensic science. Also, she facilitates numerous forensic science workshops, webinars, workshops and lectures at STEM-based science conferences. Her training includes, but not limited to the following concentrated area of forensic science, law enforcement, and education;
Crime Scene Technician
Latent Print Development
Latent Print Identification
Latent Print Processing
Basic ASP Baton
Collecting DNA Evidence at Property Crime Scene
Crime Scene and DNA Basics for DNA Analysts
Blood Pattern Analysis
Crime Scene Investigation Certificate
Crime Zone CAD-Crime Scene Sketching
Size, Shape, & Surface Effects in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Crime Scene Reconstruction with Mannequins
BPA Court Room Demonstrative: Help Juries Understand Angle of Impact
Effective Expert Witness Testimony
Casting Techniques for Multiple Purposes Using Mikrosil, Casting Material
Metal Detectors for the Discovery of Metallic Evidence ( Training Course)
Marijuana – Certified Examiners Course
Marijuana – Certified Examiners Course
GBI Crime Lab for Officer – Module 1
GBI Crime Lab for Officer – Module 2
Buried Body & Surface Skeleton Workshop
Iphone, Ipad Apps for CSI (Training Course)
Evidence Collection & Preservation
Forensic Pieces of Crime Scene Certification Book Review Course Preparation CCSI & CCSA
Basic Photography for Criminal Investigations
Crime Scene Investigations
Bloodstain Documentation and Collection Methods
Answering the NAS: The Ethics of Leadership and the Leadership of Ethics
Linnell M. Burton, Blueprint Camp, L.L.C.,
Certified Crime Scene Technician, Founder/Owner & Educator
In 2004, Linnell graduated from Troy State University with a Master’s Degree of Public Administration with a specialization in Criminal Justice Administration in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Associates in Liberal Arts from Oakland Community College, Royal Oak, Michigan in 1997. As well she procured a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology from Clark Atlanta University in 2000. Upon completion of undergraduate studies; she began her professional career in law enforcement with The City of Atlanta Police Department as a Crime Scene Technician then promoted to Senior Crime Scene Technician. In 2005, she continued her career with the DeKalb County Police Department as a Master Crime Scene Investigator. Where investigator Burton was chosen to appear on THE FIRST  season 12, episode 4 titled "Last Words/No Where to Hide and her forensic digital photographs used in the documentary on SNAPPED Season 15 Episode 8."