Annual USF cold case training with advanced topics to cover the latest methodologies, techniques and investigative strategies

December 4 – 8, 2017
Attention Detectives, CSI Personnel,
ME Investigators, and Prosecutors!

It is estimated that there are more than 240,000 unsolved homicides in the United States since 1980! This course is intended to provide attendees with information that could assist in organizing,investigating, prosecuting, and bringing these cases to a successful resolution. The seminar will bring together some of the nation’s leading experts in cold case investigation and prosecution. Topics will include how to form and sustain a cold case unit, behavior analysis of the crime scene, and how to conduct interviews in a cold case investigation using DNA and blood patterns, 3D visualization and historic imagery, and prosecution strategies in no-body cases.

The Vidocq Society will review your case!
As a special feature, members of the world-renowned Vidocq Society will be on hand to review and consult on some of your cold cases.

NOTE: To arrange for your case to be reviewed, or for more details about the seminar, contact:
Tom McAndrew at thmcandrew@gmail.com or 570-233-3212.

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